Robin Galloway Radio DJ, TV broadcaster, Live Event Host and Journalist currently working for Heart Radio Scotland.
Robin began his career in March 1983 as a presenter for North Sound Radio in Aberdeen.
While working at the station, he joined Grampian TV (now STV North) as a continuity announcer and newsreader. Robin presented a number of regional programmes for the station including feedback series Put It In Writing (1991–94), and Grampian’s local & networked contributions for the ITV Telethons and at Clyde 1 during 1993.
In December 2000 he became the Scot FM breakfast DJ for the second time, and by May 2001 he had increased his Listenership by 55%. He was joined on breakfast by Marie-Clair, Robin also created a number of Characters and sketches for the Scot FM show,
Cecil & Sandy: Two hairdresser from the shop Curlup and Die on Balshagme Avenue,Winston: A Jamaican with no morals,Shug the Schemie:
Shug the salesman comes into the studio daily with his ‘special offers’ of dodgy goods.
Old Mrs Galloway and Hector Brocklebank from the windup calls.
In June 2001, the Guardian Media Group acquired Scot FM from previous owners, the Wireless Group, this resulted in a major overhaul of the station including an on-air rebrand. Real Radio Scotland began broadcasting at 8am on Tuesday 8 January 2002 with Robin having the honour of opening the station, and introducing the first song to be played, A Star is Born. Not all of his Non Wind up Characters carried over to Real Radio. Marie-Clair left in January 2004 and was replaced by Cat Harvey, who become Robin’s new Co-host.
Since 2004, Galloway has written a weekly column for The Scottish Sun which is published every Friday
Robin re-joined Clyde 1in Glasgow to present the station’s weekday drivetime show. In addition began presenting a Sunday morning show on 9 October 2011 for the Bauer Scotland network of FM stations.
On 20 October 2014, it was announced Robin Galloway was being hired to become the new breakfast show host for Heart Scotland.