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 Television career
For many years Grant presented BBC Scotland schools broadcast filmed in Scotland, See You See Me. Many of the episodes were recorded with Wilma Kennedy. Episodes included studying maps, the Vikings, Romans, and the 1960s.
Stott joined STV in the Autumn of 2006, to co-host Scotsport alongside Andy Walker, after the departure of Jim Delahunt. The programme was axed in May 2008, due to increasing competition from BBC Scotland's Sportscene. On Hogmanay 2007, Grant fronted a special programme, 50 Years of Scotsport, and along with Michelle Watt, Stott also presented STV's Hogmanay Live from Edinburgh, which was broadcast for 20 minutes from 11.50pm. since 2010 Grant has also presented STV live topical magazine show The Hour as holiday cover.
 Other appearances
Stott is also known for his yearly pantomimes at Edinburgh's King's Theatre. In 2006, he starred alongside Allan Stewart and Andy Gray in a production of Cinderella. Stott also writes a column for the Edinburgh Evening News, where he also writes another weekly column in the sports section commenting about his other great love, Hibernian FC.
Stott also performed a song at the Radio Forth Awards 2011 titled "Thats Fife" (a cover of That's Life) a tribute to Fife, mocking various towns, landmarks and famous Fife people. It since has gathered over 150,000 views on YouTube.
Grant raising money for Leukaemia Research in memory of Moray Fotheringham, by cycling
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