The documentary maker’s identity was revealed via an Instagram story.
Northern Ireland news
BROADCASTER Stacey Dooley has told of her shock that loyalist bonfires are allowed in Northern Ireland.
The BBC film-maker was kept for two hours during a visit to the country for her latest documentary.
It would be ridiculous to blame Stacey Dooley for the closure of BBC 3 but it was just this kind of programme which made the channel a failure.
The BBC has announced a raft of new factual programmes it will air in the coming months.
GUNMEN involved in paramilitary-style attacks have told how they "feel no remorse" and are engaged in "social action" in a documentary to be aired on TV.
The 15 new pairings will now have two weeks to practise their dance moves before taking to the floor again.
While people in Northern Ireland are familiar with paramilitary-style shootings and beatings, it is fair to say there is less awareness of this barbaric activity in Britain.
There is plenty of glitz and glam in the new series.
A look at who will be competing for the glitterball tropy.