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Grampian

Grampian (Roinn a' Mhonaidh in Gaelic) was a local government region of Scotland from 1975 to 1996. It is now divided into the unitary council areas of:

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Scott Brown (broadcaster)
... Brown, a former local radio presenter, was a continuity announcer for Grampian Television (now STV North) during the mid - late 1990s ... He also presented various regional programmes including Grampian Headlines regional news bulletins, the BAFTA-nominated children's programme Wize Up alongside ... Golf Show (which Brown produced and directed) for Grampian TV, Duan Nollaig (a Scots Gaelic-language Christmas special based on the double CD of the same name by Mod Gold Medallist Fiona Mackenzie ...
Alan Cowie
... In 1975, he joined Grampian Television (now STV North) as one of only three journalists based at the station's headquarters in Aberdeen ... news and current affairs programmes (News and Views, Grampian Today, North Tonight, Points North, Crossfire) as a reporter, presenter and editor ... He also presented and produced a variety of regional programmes for Grampian, mainly specialising in documentaries and current affairs - work which would ...
STV (TV Network) - Studios - STV North
... a converted tram depot that had been used since Grampian Television's launch in September 1961 ... Around the time of the station's launch, Grampian also established premises in Dundee, later moving to Albany House in 1980 and Harbour Chambers in 1998 ... Grampian opened a base for local Highlands Islands newsgathering in Inverness in 1983, situated in Huntly Street, which remains open today ...
David Bennett (announcer)
... Bennett is a former television continuity announcer, best known for his work at Grampian Television ... At Grampian, he became well known for his 'ginger peachy goodnight' sign-offs at closedown ... He left Grampian in 1983 and is now a correspondent to various letter pages in local newspapers ...