David Henderson (broadcaster)

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David Henderson (born 1970) is a news correspondent and presenter with BBC Scotland news. He is BBC Scotland's business correspondent and a presenter for BBC Reporting Scotland,[1] Good Morning Scotland,Newsnight Scotland, The Politics Show Scotland, Holyrood Live, Newsdrive and Scotland at 10. He has acted as BBC Scotland’s health correspondent and is part of BBC Radio Scotland’s commentary team for Scottish international cricket.[2] Henderson was educated at Stewart's Melville College in Edinburgh,[2] has an honours degree in Scots law from Aberdeen University and a diploma in legal practice. He also studied at Palermo University, Italy, under the Erasmus scheme. Before joining the BBC he was a lawyer, specialising in civil and criminal court work and also worked at the radio station Scot FM.[2] Henderson has a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism and a particular interest in public law and human rights law. An experienced climber and hillwalker, Henderson has written for The Great Outdoors (TGO), and co-wrote Philip's Guide to Mountains (editor, Ingalo Thomson; general editor, Doug Scott).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Coates, Jonathan (16 June 2006). "Blain, Coetzer free to play against Pakistan". The Scotsman. Retrieved 3 July 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c Henderson, David (December 2014). "Best Days of your Life - Here is the News". FP News, The magazine and Annual Review of The Stewart's Melville FP Club. Daniel Stewart's and Melville College Former Pupils Club. p. 10. Retrieved 8 June 2016.