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The Nine (BBC Scotland)

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The Nine
BBC the Nine 2019.svg
Also known asThe Seven
(Fridays and Weekends)
Presented by
Country of originScotland
Original languageEnglish
Release
Original networkBBC Scotland
Original release25 February 2019 (2019-02-25) –
present
External links
Website

The Nine (also known as The Seven during Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays) is a Scottish news bulletin on the BBC Scotland channel which started on 25 February 2019, and is the channel's flagship news programme. Produced by BBC News, the 60-minute programme is broadcast on BBC Scotland at 9:00pm. The programme has a fifteen strong team of presenters and reporters, who present national and international news from a Scottish perspective. It is presented by Rebecca Curran and Martin Geissler from Monday to Thursday[1] and Laura Miller and John Beattie on Fridays. Weekends are hosted by the Reporting Scotland team. Laura McGhie and Amy Irons are the main Sports Presenters.

Presenters

Presenter Role Other roles
2019-present Martin Geissler Main Presenter (Monday-Wednesday) The Sunday Show and Good Morning Scotland presenter
2019-present Rebecca Curran Main Presenter (Monday-Thursday)
2019-present Laura Miller Main Presenters (Friday) Reporting Scotland presenter
2019-present John Beattie BBC Radio Scotland presenter
2019-present Nick Sheridan Main Presenters (Seven Days) Relief Presenter
2019-present Fiona Stalker The Sunday Show and Drivetime presenter
2021-present Amy Irons Sports Presenters Relief Presenter, The Edit presenter
2019-present Laura McGhie Relief Presenter, BBC Radio 5 Live presenter
2019-present James Cook Relief Presenters Chief News Correspondent
2020-present Connor Gillies News Correspondent
2019-present Laura Goodwin Innovation Correspondent
2020-present Laura MacIver Good Morning Scotland presenter
2021-present David Wallace Lockhart Political Correspondent

References

  1. ^ "Meet the news stars of BBC Scotland's The Nine". BBC News. BBC. 12 February 2019. Retrieved 12 February 2019.

External links


This page was last edited on 6 November 2021, at 19:37
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