Connolly, Frank

Frank Connolly is an investigative journalist who has written extensively on current affairs and politics in Ireland over the past 30 years. His journalism contributed to the establishment of two judicial tribunals into planning and police corruption. He has worked with numerous Irish media organisations over the years and has been a regular contributor on radio and television news and current affairs programmes. A graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, he has also lectured in journalism and regularly appears at book and cultural festivals and events to promote his work. He is currently Head of Communications at SIPTU.  His previous books include Tom Gilmartin: the Man who brought down a Taoiseach and NAMA-Land, and he is the editor of The Christy Moore Songbook.