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Stuart Robinson is a broadcaster on Northern Irish radio. Robinson's programmes currently air on Belfast CityBeat part of the CN group of radio stations. Born June 20th 1979, Robinson has become a well know voice on Ulster's airwaves over the past decade and is now the longest running presenter on Belfast radio station Citybeat. His Flagship Saturday Night programme has been a consistant hit with listeners attracting the largest audience share in it's timeslot. (Source RAJAR Q3/06)
Robinson first broadcast on BCR in the mid 90's, since then he has become a familiar name on Belfast Citybeat where he is now the stations longest serving presenter. Born in Carrickfergus, Robinson in recent years launched his own chain of RSL (Restricted Service Licence) stations including Castle FM in Carrickfergus and Bangor FM in County Down. He is also well known as the host of the Northern Ireland wide kids talent search 'Young Star' which runs annual heats in East Antrim, North Down and Newtownabbey.
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