Ronan Mc Greevy

Ronan McGreevy is a native of Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim. He is a news reporter with The Irish Times and is the author of the book, Wherever the Firing Line ExtendsIreland and the Western Front.

He is the editor of Centenary – Ireland Remembers 1916,  the official State book recalling the commemorations of 2016. He is also the editor of, Was it for This? Reflections on the Easter Rising, an anthology of commentary on the Easter Rising from the pages of The Irish Times, published in 2016. He has produced two eBooks based on The Irish Times archives: ‘Twas Better to Die: The Irish Times and Gallipoli 1915-2015′,  and, ‘The Mad Guns: Reflections on the Battle of the Somme 1916-2016’.
He is the presenter of the full-length Irish Times documentary,  United Ireland: how Nationalists and Unionists fought together in Flanders.  Prior to joining The Irish Times in 2006, he wrote for The Times, the London Evening Standard and The Irish Post. He was a radio and television producer with the BBC and Sky News.

His latest book, Great Hatred: the Assassination of Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson MP , is published by Faber & Faber. In this publication, Ronan Mc Greevy recounts the story of one of the most catastrophic killings in Irish history