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Louise McSharry reveals she worries about her job in the cut throat radio industry

The radio star has revealed her fears about returning to the airwaves

Louise McSharry admitted to TV Now Magazine that she was worried about her radio job, being away from the airwaves, while she was battling Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

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Louise has been honest and courageous throughout her treatment

“I worry about my job all the time whether I’m in work or not in work because radio is a cut-throat profession. I lost my job before and it could happen to me again.”

Louise is a big believer of sharing her experience
Louise is a big believer of sharing her experiences

Although,  the 2fm star has praised her colleagues efforts in making preparations for her return to the station. “RTE were so supportive and they told me to take all the time I needed. I was so grateful to them for their support. All my colleagues and senior management have been amazing” she said.

The happy couple
The happy couple have known each other for over six years.

The 2fm star is now fully recovered from her battle with Hodgkin’s lymphoma and revealed starting a family with her new hubby could be next on the agenda. “For now its just the old fashioned trying and see how we go. If I’m lucky to have one kid I’ll be delighted”.

 Louise married her partner, Gordon Spierin, almost 12 months to the day after she was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma cancer.
Louise married her partner, Gordon Spierin, almost 12 months to the day after she was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma cancer.

The radio star also never gave postponing her wedding a second thought “I was always getting married, it was never going to happen that I wasn’t getting married. As far as I was concerned that was the important stuff”.

Louise will let TV viewers see her during her most testing times as she fought cancer as she features in a real life documentary called ‘F**k Cancer’.

Louise's interview is in TVNow, which is out today
Louise’s interview is in TVNow, which is out today

The footage, which was shot for a new documentary as part of the next Reality Bites series will allow viewers to witness the radio star’s most testing times with the illness.

On top of this, Louise is set to release a tell-all book about her life. “I’m writing a book at the moment about me and being a woman…Work and that are my primary focuses at the moment”, she said.

We can’t wait to pick up a copy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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