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Leo J. Enright (born March 18, 1955) is an Irish radio broadcaster and news reporter.[1] He is currently Chairman of the Irish Government's science awareness programme, Discover Science & Engineering. He is a member of the Board of Governors of the School of Cosmic Physics[2]at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. Leo Enright was born in London, but considers Dublin his home town. He was educated at St. Fintan's High School, Sutton and University College Dublin. As a Fellow of the World Press Institute[3], he studied American history, economics and culture at Macalester College, in St. Paul, Minnesota. Major achievements In 1978, Enright won a Jacob's Award for his report on Dublin delinquents, broadcast on RTÉ Radio's This Week programme.[4] In 2000, with support from NASA's Astrobiology Institute, he completed the Workshop on Molecular Evolution[5] at the Josephine Bay Paul Center for Comparative Molecular Biology and Evolution[6]. In 2008 he shared in a Thea Award for his work as science advisor on "Cosmos at the Castle", an interactive exhibition at Blackrock Castle Observatory exploring extreme life on earth and in space.[7] The award was presented by the Themed Entertainment Association, a worldwide association of designers and producers of themed experiences such as museums, zoos and theme parks.[8] References ^ Leo Enright rte.ie. Retrieved March 2011 ^ School of Cosmic Physics dias.ie. Retrieved March 2011 ^ World Press Institute worldpressinstitute.org. Retrieved March 2011 ^ The Irish Times, "Jacobs present awards", March 31, 1979 ^ Workshop on Molecular Evolution molecularevolution.org Retrieved March 2011 ^ Josephine Bay Paul Center for Comparative Molecular Biology and Evolution jbpc.mbl.edu. Retrieved March 2011 ^ RTÉ News: Cork observatory wins Thea award rte.ie. Retrieved March 2011 ^ THEA Awards teaconnect.org. Retrieved March 2011 v · d · eRadio 2/RTÉ 2fm Presenters and shows Presenters Weekday Jim-Jim & Paddy · Ryan Tubridy · Rick O'Shea · Larry Gogan · Will Leahy · Dave Fanning · Dan Hegarty · Damian Farrelly Weekend Michael Cahill · Cormac Battle · Jenny Huston · Aidan Leonard ·  · Ruth Scott · Mr. Spring · Tommy & Hector · Thomas Walsh Former Jay Ahern · Mark Cagney · Ian Dempsey · Leo J. Enright · Tony Fenton · Jimmy Greeley · Emilia Golightly · Vincent Hanley · Nikki Hayes · Avril Hoare · Pat Kenny · Michael Lyster · Mark McCabe · Damien McCaul · Declan Meehan · Gareth O'Callaghan · Jim O'Neill · Dave Redmond · Gerry Ryan · Marty Whelan · Simon Young Shows Current Alternative to Sleep · The Colm & Jim-Jim Breakfast Show Former The Full Irish · The Colm and Lucy Show · The Gerry Ryan Show · Marty in the Morning · The Rick & Ruth Breakfast Show Announcers and newsreaders Kate Carolan · Rachael English · Jacqui Hurley Other contributors Philip Boucher-Hayes · Oliver Callan · Brenda Donohue · Eamon Horan · Jenny Kelly · Darren Kennedy · Lucy Kennedy · Fiona Looney · Conor McNamara · Evelyn O'Rourke · Laura Woods Heads John Clarke · John McMahon Related 2fm 2moro 2our · Death of Gerry Ryan · "Maniac 2000" · Nob Nation · Operation Transformation · Podcasts · RTÉ 2XM Other RTÉ radio stations: RTÉ Radio 1 · RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta · RTÉ lyric fm Persondata Name Enright, Leo J. Alternative names Short description Date of birth March 18, 1955 Place of birth Date of death Place of death