Former BBC Radio Scotland and Clyde 1 DJ, Dougie Campbell, has been DJ’ing and in full-time music production since he left school. He started out working as audience warm-up on numerous STV kids shows.
“The Dougie Campbell Show” on BBC Radio Scotland went out four nights a week regularly featuring mainstream celebrity interviews including Paul McCartney, Brian May, Bob Geldof, Take That, Blur, Phil Collins, INXS, Sister Sledge and Travis. During this period Dougie was the pop writer for the Glasgow Evening Times, he presented the radio arm of BBC’s Children In Need in Scotland and MC’d events at various venues including the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and at the Joe Cocker / Status Quo / Rod Stewart gig at Celtic Park.
Dougie moved on to become the producer of several BBC Radio Scotland programmes, recording, editing and producing live studio music sessions including Amy Winehouse, Amy MacDonald, Elbow, They Might be Giants, Mika, Midge Ure, Mark Owen, The Zutons, Kris Kristofferson, KT Tunstall, James Blunt, Natasha Bedingfield, The Proclaimers, The Beautiful South, Marti Pellow and Dionne Warwick.
Production credits include The Janice Forsyth Show, two semi-dramatised documentaries; Scotland’s Choice Cuts, John Beattie in the Afternoon and James & John, two summer music strands for Radio Scotland.
Co-productions included features such as the Glasgow Empire Exhibition, Jimmy Logan Tribute and the Travis Story. He also recorded, edited and produced live studio music sessions including artists such as Amy Winehouse, Elbow and The Proclaimers.