Paul Murton

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Paul Murton
OccupationTV presenter/broadcaster, film-maker and historian

Paul Murton is a TV presenter/broadcaster, film-maker and historian, working primarily on the BBC with an emphasis on travelogues in Scotland. Born in 1957 and raised in Ardentinny on the shores of Loch Long, Argyll, Scotland, where his parents ran a small hotel, Murton is best known for his series 'Scotland's Clans', 'Grand Tours of Scotland', 'Grand Tours of the Scottish Islands' and 'Grand Tours of Scotland's Lochs'. Murton is a graduate of the University of Aberdeen and the National Film and Television School. Before writing and presenting his Grand Tours series, he directed several TV dramas, including Bramwell, The Bill, Casualty and River City. He is married with five children and lives in Scotland.[1][2][3][4]


  1. ^ "Island-bagger Murton takes us on another Grand Tour". Herald Scotland.
  2. ^ "BBC One - Grand Tours of Scotland". BBC.
  3. ^ "BBC One - Grand Tours of Scotland - Paul Murton". BBC.
  4. ^ "Paul Murton's Grand Tours island hopping was tricky with sea sick cameramen - Sunday Post". Sunday Post.

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