New all-Scotland breakfast show for Ewen Cameron

Ewen Cameron is to host a new breakfast show across Scotland on Bauer’s Greatest Hits network of stations.

He replaces Alan Edwards who moves to a new national Scottish evening show, as well as the Saturday and Sunday Breakfast Shows.

Ewan has been hosting a Hearts TV programme on STV for the last four years but is now leaving the station for the full time radio show. He also fronted a late-night television programme named The Late Show with Ewen Cameron on STV2 until the channel closed this year, and previously co-hosted Real Radio Scotland Breakfast with Cat Harvey.

The programmes will air on a number of mostly AM stations, including Clyde 2, Forth 2 and Northsound 2.

Gary Stein, Programme Director for the Hits Radio Network told RadioToday: “I’m thrilled that Ewen will be heading up a brand new Breakfast Show across Scotland. Ewen has been in Radio & TV for 23 years and has interviewed everyone from the likes of Joan Collins and Joanna Lumley to Bill Clinton and Tiger Woods. I’m delighted that he’s joining the line-up.”

The stations in the Greatest Hits network in Scotland are:

  • Clyde 2 (Glasgow and the West of Scotland)
  • Forth 2 (Edinburgh, the Lothians and Fife)
  • MFR 2 (Scottish Highlands, Moray and Orkney)
  • Northsound 2 (Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire)
  • Tay 2 (Tayside)
  • West Sound (Ayrshire)
  • West Sound (Dumfries and Galloway)

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  1. John MacLeod MacLeod says

    Ewan Cameron seems to be a welcome addition to the greatest hits network and hope very much that he will enjoy being at the helm of his new shows.

    1. Matthew says

      I would of thought Euan was more of an evening presenter not breakfast.

      But best of luck to both, Euan and Alan Edwards.

  2. Joe Smith says

    So a new presenter for seven “local” radio stations and it’s the same person. Isn’t “local” radio wonderful?

    1. mb23 says

      It’s AM radio, there isn’t enough advertising to support seven local breakfast shows.

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