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Grant Stott is a Scottish broadcaster from Edinburgh, and formerly worked as DJ on Edinburgh radio station Forth 1 until January 2017. Grant is the brother of former television presenter John Leslie. As children Grant and John would host DJ competitions from their parents house in Edinburgh and invite friends over to vote for their favourite between the two which formed a healthy rivalry for years to come.
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 cancelled in May 2008, due to increasing competition from BBC Scotland's Sportscene. On Hogmanay 2007, Grant fronted a special programme, 50 Years of Scotsport, with Michelle Watt, Stott also presented STV's Hogmanay Live from Edinburgh, which was broadcast for 20 minutes from 23:50.
- Cinderella 2011, King's Theatre, Edinburgh
- Mother Goose 2012, King's Theatre, Edinburgh
- Peter Pan as Captain Hook, 2013, King's Theatre, Edinburgh
- Aladdin 2014, King's Theatre, Edinburgh
- Jack and the Beanstalk 2016, King's Theatre, Edinburgh
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 had over 100,000 views on YouTube.
Grant raising money for Leukaemia Research in memory of Moray Fotheringham, by cycling and is a patron of the Edinburgh-based charity, 'It's good 2 give'.
Grant also sponsored an Indian Elephant in 2013 through the Save An Elephant foundation.