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Heather Suttie is a Scottish TV & Radio presenter.
In 1999, she presented BBC Children's Saturday morning show Live & Kicking. Heather also hosted children's science programme Hyperlinks, ITV2's youth entertainment show Bedrock and appeared on Channel 4's' MovieWatch.
On radio, she hosted Beat 106's Breakfast Show and drivetime shows. From 2006-08 she presented the drivetime slot on Xfm Scotland along with stints on the Co operative In-store Radio Network. Suttie has more than 1000 hours live TV experience and has worked with Princess Productions, Done & Dusted, Blink TV, ITV2, BBC1, BBC2 and STV. She also contributes short music interviews and segments for T in the Park.
An eco campaigner ( ecomunky and Say NO To PLASTIC ) she has worked on projects with The Daily Record, Aimee McWilliams and Oran Mor, hosting vintage & eco sales. (2007-2011)
Her voice-over work includes monster.co.uk, Clairol, Irn Bru and a TV ad for the Rockness Music Festival. As an awards host, she has worked on events for the CIS Excellence Awards (2003–2009 ), The Evening Times, Property Executive Awards (2007-2009 in Glasgow & Manchester ), and a number of events for The Herald Newspaper. Suttie used to write a weekly clubs column for The Evening Times from 2006-2010 and a weekly column for The Sunday Post from 1999 until November 2009.
She recently spent 5 months in Tanzania working voluntarily with the Chief Buddhist Monk of Africa www.pannasekara.com.
- "Scots DJ Heather Suttie leads anti-plastic bag campaign". Daily Record. July 17, 2008. Retrieved 6 May 2012.