Anne Kane is a broadcast journalist with over ten years experience working within Scottish radio. Her first stint behind the microphone was in hospital radio when she was sixteen but within a year she was working full time with Falkirk based radio station Central FM.
Anne says, “I was incredibly fortunate that Central FM were looking for a journalist just as I started studying journalism at college. I was able to study theory and then, often the same day, put it into practice in the real world”.
Anne stayed with Central FM for eight years, eventually becoming Deputy News Editor, and finding time along the way to fit in a degree course at Stirling University. She then landed a job with Radio Forth in Edinburgh, covering everything from sport to politics in Scotland’s capital city.
Anne now splits her time between Bee Herd Media and looking after her children, Katie and Matthew.
Still a regular on Radio Forth, Anne can be heard most weekends reading the news on the station. Her distinctive accent raises questions regularly; Anne says, “My father was in the RAF when I was growing up, so my accent is a mix from all the bases where we were stationed. There’s a touch of Cyprus, Suffolk, Northern Ireland and more in my voice”.
Anne is equally at home behind the microphone as in front of it: At Bee Herd, she is responsible for much of the production work on our radio shows and features.
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