Sheana Keane is a prominent broadcaster, who reportedly left The Afternoon Show after charges of bullying against her flame-haired colleague Blathnaid Ni Chofaigh surfaced.
Sheana Keane is a well-known Raidió Teilifs Éireann (RTÉ) broadcaster from Ireland. Health Squad (2001–2006) and The Afternoon Show (2004–2005; 2006–2010) were two of her shows.
She worked as a researcher on Wanderlust (RTÉ’s Internet-based blind dating show) in 2001, and in 2002, she worked as a researcher and broadcaster on the daytime discussion show Open House.
Sheana Keane doesn’t want Blathnaid Ni Chofaigh’s alleged bullying dispute to overshadow her comeback to television.
After it was reported that her co-star mistreated her, the former Afternoon Show host departed the RTE show.
There are other individuals involved, and I need to be aware of their emotions as well, she said to Independent. Also, going there would be unethical of her, she adds.
Moreover, she also says that It arose from her recognition that she used to default to other people’s needs rather than listening to her own. But it’s just her maturing.
Sheana, who will return to TV3 with a new documentary series, says she wants to move on from the “media manufactured” affair.
Sheana Keane Relationship Revealed
Sheana Keane and Jonathan Forrest are happily married, they met when they were both still studying at UCD, the RTE personality met her other half, the managing director of Cybercom.
Now they have two children named Isabelle and Arthur, probably ages 14 and 12.
The Irish presenter was born on 27 May 1975, whereas her husband Jonathan’s details are not publicized.
Keane’s interviewing talents originate from her business experience as a Change Management Consultant, and she is one of RTÉ’s new crop of “rising stars.”
Likewise, she earned her master’s degree in psychology from University College Dublin. Also, the Irish presenter is away from social media. However, Sheana has her personal Wikipedia page.