GARY Robertson is a presenter on Good Morning Scotland on BBC Radio Scotland. Since 1999, he has presented a range of programmes on radio and TV for BBC Scotland.
His career in radio began when he was a volunteer with his local radio station, Moray Firth Radio, while still at school. That led to a full-time job with the Inverness-based station before a move to the BBC in 1990.
As a producer and reporter, he worked across a range of programmes including Good Morning Scotland, Newsdrive, Newsweek Scotland and Eddie Mair Live.
Moving to London in 1994, he presented news programmes on Radio 5 live and BBC World Service, as well as producing and reporting for GMTV.
He returned to Scotland in 1999, just as the new Scottish Parliament was convened, to work for BBC Scotland. As well as working across a range of news programmes, he also presented his own mid-morning radio show for five years. He’s been getting up early for the past six years to host Good Morning Scotland.
He submitted this on Monday, October 29.