19 Facts About Annie Mac


Annie Mac was born on 18 July 1978, and is an Irish DJ, broadcaster and writer.

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Annie Mac's hosted a variety of shows on BBC Radio 1, including BBC Switch and Future Sounds.

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Annie Mac's DJed in various locations, including hosting her AMP Lost and Found venues in places like Ibiza.

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Annie Mac was born in Dublin, Ireland on 18 July 1978.

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Annie Mac's has a son was born on May 2013 and with her husband DJ Toddla T Annie Mac's gave birth to her second child on 6 January 2017.

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Annie Mac left Radio 1 in July 2021 to spend more time with her husband Toddla T and her children.

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Annie Mac's 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.

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Annie Mac remarked on air at the time how it was the first time they had trusted her to do a live mix.

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Annie Mac's 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.

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Annie Mac's was a regular stand-in for Zane Lowe's show before he left the station.

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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.

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Annie Mac made regular appearances as a feature presenter on BBC Two's The Culture Show, giving her opinions on the latest music offerings.

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Annie Mac's 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.

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Annie Mac has filled in for Zane Lowe on his Gonzo show on MTV2.

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Annie Mac's released "Annie Mac Presents 2012" in October 2012; the tracklisting contained some of the songs Mac played on the Channel 4 House Party.

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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.

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In March 2021, Annie Mac announced her first book, Mother Mother, with her birth name in the author's title of the book.

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On 20 April 2021, Annie Mac announced that she would be leaving Radio 1 after 17 years broadcasting, citing the need to spend more time with her husband Toddla T and her children.

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Annie Mac's made the emotional announcement live on air during Greg James' Radio 1 Breakfast Show.

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