2009 1st edition; Threshold Editions publishers, New York; hardbound with blue and white boards and red lettering on spine; very nice copy signed by Brian Jennings to his friend "Chuck"; see pics.
Brian Jennings is an Irish radio journalist and newsreader. He has been employed by Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ) since 1988.
Jennings began broadcasting on the pirate radio station Q102 in 1985. When the station closed down in 1988, he was part of the final broadcast. When Millennium 88FM opened to celebrated the first millennium in Dublinin 1988, he was a member of the news team.
When the station closed down in 1989 he moved to Millennium 88FM's parent, RTÉ Radio. Jennings worked as journalist and newscaster for RTÉ 2fm. He then moved formally to RTÉ News and Current Affairs. He is currently the morning newscaster on RTÉ Radio 1, beginning at 5:30 am on RTÉ Radio, and on Morning Ireland.Brian was also the associate producer of an RTÉ television film interview show, presented by Michael Dwyer, called Freeze Frame. It had a 3-year run. Former RTÉ Radio 1 broadcaster Gay Byrne praised Jennings' pronunciation. Writing in The Irish Times in 2004 he named Jennings along with three other RTÉ journalists who do not mispronounce words. He was present at the 25th anniversary celebrations for Morning Ireland in November 2009.