Amy Irons can be heard waking up Scotland every morning on the Capital FM Breakfast show alongside Des Clarke and Steven Mill.
Also an experienced news, sports and entertainment presenter, she has fronted some of the biggest news stories on STV in recent years including the Scottish Independence Referendum, the Brexit vote and the refugee crisis in Calais.
Amy can regularly be seen hosting live events and functions and is quickly becoming a well known face in the media industry in Scotland.
Ewen is a televison and radio host from Edinburgh.
He has been in Radio & TV for 22 years. He currently hosts TheLateShow & Live At Five on STV2.
He has interviewed some of the biggest names in Television, Music & Film and also hosts a national radio show on the likes of Clyde 1 & Forth 1.
Robert obtained one of two full scholarships awarded each year to train at the prestigious Bird College in London.
He made his debut in London’s West End in the hit musical CATS playing Mr. Mistoffelees. After he was scouted by the producers of “The Great Dance” he left the show not only to choreograph, but to also dance the lead in a filmed version for Columbia Tristar.
On completion Robert performed in European tour of FAME. Following this he returned to London, he played the part of Antonio in "Dick Whittington - The Musical" working with renowned choreographer Gillian Lynne.
He has also performed in a wide variety of other events and productions including; The Brit Awards with Robbie Williams, The Generation Game, Saturday Night Fever, TV2 Sweden, Give Your Mate A Break, Stars in Your Eyes and the Royal Variety Performance.
Developing his interests in choreography, Robert became a guest teacher at Bird College of Theatre & Dance and the London Studio Centre. There he trained and developed the students to professional level. Moving towards choreography, he joined International Cruise Lines producing various shows.
Robert has also choreographed trade shows and promotions for TAG, Calvin Klein, Christian Dior and Elizabeth Emmanuel.
On returning to Glasgow, Robert founded Dancepoint in 2000 to provide dynamic dance, aerial and performance training for young dancers. He has gone onto create one of Scotland’s most successful dance schools and choreograph a number of hugely prolific dance acts, featuring in the finals of ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent and Sky’s Got To Dance including The Box, Fear of the Unknown and most recently, Dance Illusion.