Beverley Lyons

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Beverley Lyons is an award-winning Scottish entertainment journalist, vlogger and broadcaster. She wrote the daily Showbiz column "The Razz" pages at the Scottish Daily Record newspaper covering Entertainment but left in 2016 and set up her own media and digital PR company She regularly appears on STV 2’s Live At Five and presented The MusicMatch for BBC Radio Scotland. In 2002 she was part of BBC Scotland radio show "Famous For Five Minutes", with comedians Craig Hill and Frankie Boyle. She holds a LAMDA certificate. She voiced advertisements for The Scottish Chill Out Album, Julienne Taylor's album Music Garden and Irn Bru carnival. Lyons was nominated for "Entertainment Journalist" and "Multimedia Journalist" of The Year awards at the 2009 Scottish Press Awards, where she was runner-up in the latter category. Nominated again for "Multimedia Journalist" in 2010, she received the "New Media Journalist Of The Year" at the 2011 Scottish Press Awards.[1] She is also Trinity Mirror’s Digital Journalist of the Year. Lyons is the daughter of radio producer Ben Lyons and promoter Louise Rosenthal. Her sister Yvette is a Yorkshire Television producer.