Kirsty WARK

Biography

Gender Female
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1955-02-03
Education Univ of Edinburgh
Publications N/A
Recreations family, tennis, swimming, cooking, beachcombing, architecture, reading, music
Clubs N/A
Style Ms Kirsty Wark
Career BBC Radio 1976-83: researcher, prodr (Good Morning Scotland, Order Order, World at One); BBC TV 1983-; fndr ptnr Wark Clements & Co (later IWC Media) 1990-2005, dir Black Pepper Media Ltd; presenter: Breakfast Time (BBC) 1986-90, General Election Night 1987, 1992, 1997 and 2001 (BBC TV), The Late Show 1990-93 (BBC TV), One Foot in the Past 1993-2000 (BBC TV), Newsnight 1993- (BBC TV), Newsnight Review (BBC TV) 1993-2009, Scottish Referendum 1997 (BBC TV), Turning into Children 1998- (BBC Radio), Vote '99 - Scotland Decides (BBC TV), Rough Justice (BBC TV) 1999-, Restless Nation (BBC TV), The Kirsty Wark Show 1999-2001 (BBC TV), Building a Nation (BBC TV), Lives Less Ordinary 2002 (BBC TV) and 2003 (BBC Scotland), Scottish Parliamentary Elections 2003 (BBC Scotland), Tales from Europe (BBC TV) 2004, 2005 and 2006, The Book Quiz (BBC 4) 2008 and 2009, The Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction (BBC 4) 2008-, A Question of Genius (BBC 2) 2009 and 2010, The Review Show (BBC TV) 2010-, The Home Movie Roadshow (BBC 2) 2010, The Man Who Collected the World: William Burrell (BBC TV) 2013, Iain Banks: Raw Spirit (BBC TV) 2013; cameo appearances in: The Amazing Mrs Pritchard (BBC 1) 2006, Dr Who (BBC TV) 2007, The IT Crowd (Channel 4) 2007, Spooks (BBC TV) 2009, Beyond the Pole 2009, Party Animals (BBC TV) 2009; patron Maggie's Centres, ambass Prince's Tst; Journalist of the Year BAFTA Scotland 1993, Best TV Presenter BAFTA Scotland 1997, Glenfiddich and Scotland on Sunday Scot of the Year 1998; Hon FRIBA
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER