Saturday 16 December 2017

Being back in the studio is the best reveals weather woman Jenny Buckley

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Jenny Buckley
Jenny Buckley

UTV Ireland's weather woman Jenny Buckley has revealed that she loves having a set routine after working freelance for years.

Jenny says it's great fun working at the new station.

"I'm loving it actually, we have a great crew in there and to have set hours, a contract and a routine means the world to me," she told the Diary.

"Now I can plan my weeks - beforehand I was freelance and it was all about juggling things."


Jenny has made quite the impression with her on-screen style and this week she was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Peter Mark VIP Style Awards.

"I'm really, really chuffed," she said of the nomination for the awards, which will be doled out next month.

"I don't have any ideas about what I'll wear yet but I'd love to wear an Irish designer."

When asked about her style, Jenny says she's all about clean lines. I like simple lines and tailoring. Clean lines, that's how I'd describe myself," she said.

"I think it's all about wearing something that you feel good in.

"When you feel good in something you automatically look confident when you walk into a room."

Lucky at the Sugar Club

Leading Blues performer Lucky Peterson is set to make his Irish debut at the Sugar Club on Leeson Street on Thursday, March 12.

A child prodigy, Lucky's first record at five years old was produced by Willie Dixon, and included the R&B hit 1-2-3-4.

This resulted in multiple television appearances on late night chat shows like the Tonight Show.

Lucky's current album, The Son of a Blues Man, is a Blues, Gospel, and R&B tour de force and this gig is one not to be missed.

Tickets from €35 are on sale now from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.

Inside Out Exhibition

This March, Dublin's Ambassador Theatre will offer a unique chance to explore the intricate make-up of some of the world's most spectacular creatures as the Animal Inside Out exhibition will arrive in Ireland for the first time.

It takes place from March 12 and there will be 100 plastinated specimens, among them entire animal bodies, body slices and organs on display.

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