- Scottish rugby commentators and journalists
The most famous of TV commentators until recently was
Bill McLaren, a Scotsman from Hawickand one of world rugby's best-loved personalities. He retired in 2002.
Ian Robertson is also a Scottish TV commentator and former
Cambridge Blue, with eight Scottish caps to his name. He is famous for commentating in the Rugby Union World CupFinal between England and Australia at Sydney in 2003. David Solealso does TV commentary.
Bill Johnstone, nephew of Bill McLaren, leads the BBC Radio Scotland rugby commentary team on the [http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/sportscotland/sportsound/ Sportsound] programme. John Beattie also does commentary and interviews such people as
Sean Lineenand Andy Irvine. Other commentators include John Jeffreyand Gary Parker.
Allan Massieand Stuart Bathgatewrite in The Scotsmannewspaper, and David Fergusonis the chief rugby writer of that paper. Kevin Ferrieis the chief rugby writer for the Glasgow-based Herald and Alasdair Reidalso writes for the Herald.
Scottish Rugby Union
Scotland national rugby union team
* [http://www.scottishrugby.org/sru/channel-xv/ Channel XV] - Scottish Rugby's Digital Media centre
* [http://www.scottishrugbyradio.com/ Scottish Rugby Radio] - podcasts available
* [http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/rugby_union/1913387.stm Bill McLaren] - his life
* [http://www.interphiz.com/irobertson.html Ian Robertson] - his web page
* [http://sport.scotsman.com/topics.cfm?tid=1060&id=51522005 Shameful assault on reputations of men with the game in their veins] - Allan Massie (The Scotsman, January 15, 2005)
* [http://sport.scotsman.com/topics.cfm?tid=736&id=107522003&20050120045148 Allan Massie on the Scottish rugby team from about 1940 to 1990]
* [http://sport.scotsman.com/topics.cfm?tid=736&id=107582003 The age of Telfer] by Allan Massie
* [http://www.sundayherald.com/np/Alasdair-Reid.shtml Alasdair Reid's page] on the Sunday Herald
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