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Fiona Armstrong is a presenter, producer and writer in areas ranging from news to features and sport. Currently providing cover for colleagues on the BBC’s News 24 Channel, she also reports for ITV Tyne Tees/ Border.
Fiona has made films on AIDs orphans in Africa and the Lockerbie air disaster. She has reported on the removal of landmines in Cambodia and the work of the Mercy Ships in West Africa. She fronted a series on domestic abuse and another about the history of the Borders called River Journeys and Reivers.
Fiona started her broadcasting career with Radio 210 in Reading and then the BBC in Manchester. She has since worked for Border TV, with ITN as a newscaster, with GMTV, BBC World News and the Carlton Food Network, where she presented a series called Easy As Pie. For the American network, NBC, she fronted several series of Executive Lifestyles. She has contributed to programmes for BBC Radios Two and Four.
Her work has covered subjects from politics to fishing, from cooking to antiques. As one of the UK’s best-known women anglers, she has presented fishing programmes for Sky TV. Fiona has written two fishing books and two cookbooks. She has a column in the Scottish Field about Scottish clan life and another in an American/Scottish magazine. She has produced more than 20 films on Scottish clans. She is currently writing a book on a family member who was literary confidante to Queen Victoria.
She is married to a Scottish clan chief, her official title being Lady MacGregor of MacGregor, and likes to swim, fish and cook.
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