20 June 1979 |
Carrickfergus, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
|Known for||Young Star Search host|
|Robinson's Citybeat presenter page|
Stuart Robinson (born 20 June 1979, Carrickfergus, County Antrim) is a Northern Ireland broadcaster with Cool FM and Downtown Radio, he had previously launched and became the longest running presenter to date on rival station Belfast CityBeat from 1996 before his defection in 2010.
He currently presents the weekday lunchtime programme on Downtown Radio.
At Citybeat, he won a Gold and Silver award at the 2009 New York Festival Radio Awards and was also the only Irish radio presenter to get nominated for an Arqiva Award in both 2009 and 2008. He also created the talent format Young Star Search and the introduction of popular sidekick character 'Work Experience Boy' from 2006-2010.
Robinson became Northern Ireland's youngest radio presenter when he first broadcast on BCR in the mid 1990s, he went on to present the last programme on BCR and then became a familiar name on Belfast Citybeat during the 90s and 2000's. In 1997 he became the stations Head Of Music and in 2004 he took on the role of Deputy Programme Controller. Since 2010 he has been Deputy Contoller of Northern Ireland's two largest stations Downtown Radio and Cool FM.
Born in Carrickfergus (1979), he launched his own local RSL stations including Castle FM in Carrickfergus and Bangor FM in County Down. In the late 90's he combined his Belfast CityBeat shows with fronting programmes for Radio 1521 in Craigavon (where he also hosted the last ever programme), Goldbeat in Cookstown, Touch FM and Mid FM(now Q radio)
Robinson lives in South Belfast and has two children, Holly and Glen.
- Stuart Robinson at Belfast Telegraph
- Stuart Robinson Belfast Citybeat Profile
- Stuart Robinson Bangor FM profile
- Stuart Robinson Official Bebo Page
- Stuart Robinson Rotten Tomatoes Profile
- Stuart Robinson Arqiva Awards
- Stuart Robinson Down Democrat
- Stuart Robinson Young Star Profile
- Stuart Robinson Belfast City Council Christmas 07