Amy Irons is a successful Scottish TV and radio presenter, journalist, voiceover artist and event host.
She’s become a familiar face on Scottish TV presenting on some of the biggest programmes in recent years including Hogmanay 2019 on BBC One Scotland and the BBC’s Sport’s Personality of The Year 2019 red carpet and after show party programmes.
Amy can currently be seen presenting the sport on Scotland's flagship news programme The Nine. She has covered some of the biggest sporting stories in recent years and during her time covering the women’s World Cup made appearances on both Radio 1 and BBC Five Live.
Before breaking into TV Amy was already popular with audiences as one of the hosts on the hugely successful Capital Breakfast Show.
Within months of Amy joining the new line-up achieved the highest listening figures the show had ever seen and was subsequently shortlisted at the ARIA awards as one of the best breakfast shows in the UK.
Amy also fronts a weekly entertainment news programme on BBC Scotland on BBC One called The Edit which has featured interviews with some of the biggest names in showbiz.
Amy received great reviews after presenting BBC 5 Live breakfast alongside Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden as part of twenties takeover day. She has made appearances on flagship football programme Sportscene and has presented radio Scotland’s most popular show, Off the Ball.
For Amy her career started at West FM where she worked as a news and sports reporter, Amy then moved to STV where she worked as a presenter and reporter covering some of the biggest news stories of recent times; including the Scottish Independence and European Referendum, as well the Refugee crisis in Calais, France.
Amy has hosted events and worked for the likes of the Princes Trust, The Scottish Italian Awards, The Royal Bank of Scotland, House of Fraser, M&D's and Motherwell FC.