Stuart Robinson

Stuart Robinson (born 20 June 1979, Carrickfergus, County Antrim) is a Northern Ireland broadcaster with Cool FM, Downtown Radio and Downtown Country. He previously launched and became the longest running presenter to date on rival station Belfast CityBeat from 1996 before his defection in 2010. Robinson is the Programme Controller of Downtown Radio, Cool FM and Downtown Country; this gives him control over the largest radio audience in Northern Ireland.

From early 2015 he took over as host of Cool FM's flagship weekend show ''The Cool Saturday Show'', seeing him repaired with David McCammond AKA Deputy Dave. The programme has been a ratings success and is the most listened to weekend radio show in Northern Ireland with over 100,000 listeners every Saturday morning.

Between 2013 and 2014, Robinson hosted the weekday lunchtime programme on Downtown, stepping down when he took over as Programme Controller.

At Citybeat, he won gold and silver awards at the 2009 New York Festival Radio Awards and was also the only Irish radio presenter to be nominated for an Arqiva Award in both 2009 and 2008. He created the talent format Young Star Search and the introduction of popular sidekick characters 'Work Experience Boy' on Citybeat and ‘Rodney’ on Cool FM.

In April 2015 he presided over the launch of Downtown Country, Northern Ireland's first DAB only radio station. This became the most successful radio launch in Northern Ireland since 1990, debuting with over 80,000 listeners and since growing to over 100,000 weekly listeners. Combined, the three Bauer Media stations in Ireland reach almost 50% of the entire population. Provided by Wikipedia
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