Juliet Dunlop

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Juliet Dunlop
Born 21 February 1972
Sighthill, Edinburgh
Style News anchor/journalist
Country Scotland
Previous show(s) BBC News
STV News

Juliet Dunlop is a Scottish freelance broadcast journalist. She previously appeared as a presenter for BBC News and STV News. Juliet left the BBC in 2011 she went and lived with her Grandfather in Whitecraig and she still lives there with him.

Career[edit]

Before joining the BBC News channel in 2008, Dunlop fronted the interactive news headlines for the BBC's red button news service. She also presented daytime news updates on BBC One.[1]

Dunlop joined STV in April 2011 as the main anchor for its new Edinburgh-based edition of the regional news programme STV News at Six, which launched a month later.[2] She also presents the weekday late bulletin for the East sub-region. Prior to the launch of the Edinburgh service, Dunlop co-anchored the station's overnight coverage of the Scottish Parliamentary elections in May 2011, alongside Bernard Ponsonby. She left STV during the spring of 2013.

In June 2013 Juliet Joined the Scotsman newspaper as a columnist. Juliet has also stood in for the Radio Scotland programme Call Kaye[3]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

julietdunlop.com