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Colleague Stuart McFarlane at the World Premiere of the rugby film "Play On" which was promoted in Scotland by Stuart and had its first ever cinema screening in Galashiels.


On the set of "Elizabeth - The Virgin Queen." Not the kind of gear Stuart normally wears in public!


Scottish A international John Houston being interviewed on Borders Rugby Television.

Television, Film and Video.

Stuart has just launched StuMedia following six years running Borders Rugby Television, a service based in the Scottish Borders. It covered the local club scene with highlights of games as well as interviews. BRTV has also covered Scotland A and Scotland U20 and Club International games including the extraordinary match between Scotland A and England's A team, The Saxons.  On that occasion Scotland won 35-0 - an incredible result - with Stuart Hogg from Hawick scoring an amazing try.  With BRTV winning the exclusive rights to that game BBC1 TV showed the BRTV footage on their Six Nations programme as well as on BBC Reporting Scotland, and the footage of that game has now been seen by almost half a million people online as well as the 5 million who saw it on various TV programmes. Watch the famous clip here. Even earlier than that BRTV were the first to capture the 16 year old talent when he appeared at the Berwick 7s. Take a look here.

His coverage of other notable rugby events, including the fastest man in rugby, USA 7s star Carlin Isles, making his debut in the 15s game, has been seen on BBCTV's Melrose 7s programme as well as other rugby shows throughout the world.

In 2013 Stuart was contracted as ITV Border's Rugby Correspondent tasked with filming, editing and presenting twice weekly rugby bulletins focusing on Borders Rugby. These are archived here.

In the past Stuart's voice has been heard on many TV and DVD programmes, including many motor sports DVDs on the world famous Duke label.  Ferrari and Jaguar programmes as well as Trucking shows have featured Stuart's tones over the past 20 years.

As a Producer and Director he has been involved in a number of projects including the 1992 production, "Dennis Locorriere In Oxford."  This was a 90 minute documentary with a live performance of Dennis, the voice of the band Dr Hook, performing some of his old hits as well as new material on the weekend he decided to come out of retirement.  He spent two days filming and the result was a fascinating account of life as a star in the 1970s and the transformation to a solo artist under his own name. Watch a clip from it here.

Stuart presented two country music TV shows, "Guitars n Cadillacs" and "New Country" in the 1980s and appeared as an actor in "Death of A Son" (with Lynn Redgrave), "Elizabeth - Virgin Queen" (Aimee McDuff) and "Distant Shores" (Samantha Bond and Peter Davison) as well as "55 Degrees North" (Dervla Kirwan and Don Gilet).

His latest narrations include "Jaguar Classics", "e-type Anniversary Action" and "Ultimate Racers - Moto GP990) for the BRG label in association with Duke Video.

Two quirky events occurred in the world of film when his Scottish Rugby Radio branding was used in the film "Play On", which was a rugby movie filmed in the Scottish Borders, Edinburgh and Canada.  The film went on to receive its world premiere in Galashiels, an event hosted by Borders Rugby Television.

The names "Keira Knightley" and "Borders Rugby" don't often get put into the same sentence but out of the blue, a Hollywood film production company contacted Borders Rugby TV to see if they could use footage they found on the internet in the opening sequence of the the film "Last Night" starring the lovely Keira and Sam Worthington.  The "deal" was done and footage of Selkirk Rugby player Ross Armstrong in action along with Stuart Cameron's voice in the background was indeed included in a scene where Keira is taking her clothes off. The end credits from this movie - now available at your local DVD store! - included Borders Rugby TV and Selkirk, and that's not something which happens every day!

Stuart has reported for Sky Sports News covering rugby events live for them as well as providing material for BBC Television, Sky News and ITV Border and his recent three-year project was the massive 34-part six series production documenting the return of the Railway to the Scottish Borders. "Borders Railway - From Start To Finish" is an 8-disc DVD Box set which includes the standalone movie "The Story Of The Borders Railway." More details here.

Another project for the Scotsman newspaper was "The Scotsman Rugby Show" which was produced by Stuart and presented by David Ferguson. It won the Innovation Award at the Scottish Press Awards in April 2014, the most important awards in Scotland for the newspaper and digital industry. Watch one of the 17 shows here.

Stuart is currently editing and producing a thrice-weekly TV show on Sky Television Channel 389, "The Hotdisc Top 20 Show" which is also available to watch on FreeView 87 and FreeSat 516 every Monday at 6pm in the UK.

2017 projects include an upcoming film telling the story of Scottish singer and broadcaster Jackie Storrar who sadly died in 2016 after a long battle with cancer. Stuart spent many days with her and her friends and family documenting her last days. It is a powerful and heartbreaking yet uplifting story, and Stuart plans to release the film later in the year.

 
 
 
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