Heather Suttie

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Heather Suttie has worked on TV and as a radio DJ in the UK. [1]

In 2001 she presented BBC Children's Saturday morning show Live & Kicking. Heather also hosted children's science programme Hyperlinks, was one of four hosts on ITV2's flagship youth entertainment show when the channel launched Bedrock in 1998. She also appeared as a regular reviewer on Channel 4's' MovieWatch.

On radio, she hosted Beat 106's Breakfast Show and drivetime shows from 2001-2005. From 2006-08 she presented the drivetime slot on Xfm Scotland along with stints on the Co operative In-store Radio Network.

2014-2016 saw her pop up on BBC Radio Scotland hosting the series The Day I Changed My Life and guest slots on several shows.

Suttie has more than 10 000 hours live TV experience, including work for Princess Productions, Done & Dusted, Blink TV, ITV2, BBC1, BBC2 and STV.

She also contributed short music interviews and segments hosting T in the Park TV for the Scottish music festival T in the Park from 2000-2010.

An eco campaigner ( ecomunky and Say NO To PLASTIC ) she worked on projects with The Daily Record, Aimee McWilliams and Oran Mor, hosting vintage & eco sales. (2007-2011)

Voice-over work includes Tesco in-store radio, monster.co.uk, Clairol, Irn Bru and other radio advertisers.

She has hosted event awards including 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 spent almost a year in Tanzania in 2011 working voluntarily with the Chief Buddhist Monk of Africa www.pannasekara.com.