Patrick "Pat" Doody (11 November 1938 - 28 February 1990) was a British broadcaster.
Although his father was the owner of a theatre company, Doody chose to go into broadcasting work rather than acting. After serving time in the Royal Signals, he began his career with the British Forces Broadcasting Service in Cyprus. He later moved to BBC Radio, where he became best known for presenting Night Ride for Radio 1 and Radio 2.
Doody moved into television and worked as a continuity announcer for Border Television in Carlisle and Tyne Tees Television in Newcastle, latterly becoming Senior Announcer at Border. He freelanced at LWT and voiced many local commercials for Metro Radio in Newcastle. His voice was also heard as the announcer of Border's popular networked series, Mr. and Mrs. He also ran his own broadcast facilities company, Videoforce Ltd.
Doody committed suicide on 28 February 1990 at the age of 52. He was on announcing duty at Border on the night before his death.