Annie Mac hosted a variety of shows on BBC Radio 1, including BBC Switch and Future Sounds.
19 Facts About Annie Mac
Annie Mac DJed in various locations, including hosting her AMP Lost and Found venues in places like Ibiza.
Annie Mac was born in Dublin, Ireland on 18 July 1978.
Annie Mac has a son was born on May 2013 and with her husband DJ Toddla T Annie Mac gave birth to her second child on 6 January 2017.
Annie Mac left Radio 1 in July 2021 to spend more time with her husband Toddla T and her children.
Annie Mac played gigs in Ireland at the start of her career.
Annie Mac had been a producer at BBC Radio 1 before this and was heard as a voice for jingles on the station at least as far back as February 2004.
Annie Mac remarked on air at the time how it was the first time they had trusted her to do a live mix.
Annie Mac previously hosted BBC Switch with close friend and fellow DJ Nick Grimshaw on Sunday evenings from 19:00 to 21:00 until 21 March 2010.
Annie Mac was a regular stand-in for Zane Lowe's show before he left the station.
In 2009 Annie Mac won the Best Female award at the drum and bass awards for her contribution to the promotion of this genre of music.
Annie Mac made regular appearances as a feature presenter on BBC Two's The Culture Show, giving her opinions on the latest music offerings.
Annie Mac appeared on Never Mind the Buzzcocks in January 2006 and she co-presented Top of the Pops on 18 June 2006 with Reggie Yates and on 11 July 2006 with Rufus Hound in a T in the Park special.
Annie Mac has filled in for Zane Lowe on his Gonzo show on MTV2.
Annie Mac has appeared on ITV Comedy, FM, as herself.
Annie Mac released "Annie Mac Presents 2012" in October 2012; the tracklisting contained some of the songs Mac played on the Channel 4 House Party.
On 31 December 2012, Annie Mac was one of the DJs selected by Channel 4 to hold a live six-hour, televised New Year's House Party.
In March 2021, Annie Mac announced her first book, Mother Mother, with her birth name in the author's title of the book.
Annie Mac made the emotional announcement live on air during Greg James' Radio 1 Breakfast Show.