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Fiona Armstrong

BBC News presenter Fiona Armstrong has been a familiar face on national and regional news for many years.

Her work overseas includes programmes on Aids orphans in Africa and the removal of landmines in Cambodia. At home she has covered stories from domestic violence to politics. Other feature work includes subjects from farming to fishing, from cooking to antiques.

Fiona Armstrong

Fiona Armstrong

Fiona has columns in the Scottish Field and The Courier. She also presents a programme called Border Life which looks at life in the south of Scotland. In January 2016, Fiona was appointed her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant of Dumfries. She is married to a Scottish clan chief, so tartan and clans feature widely in her life.



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We were here last night and had to come back today.

We know we will have a lovely time.

It’s been absolutely brilliant, such a lot of hard work has gone into this and it shows.

Nice venue - clean, fresh. Fantastic auditorium.

Excellent. I’ll definitely be back next year. Sally Magnusson was so interesting and inspiring. The calibre of speakers was first class. Thanks so much.

What a brilliant festival! Great authors, lovely venue, & everyone I’ve spoken to is just so friendly!

Fantastic art work from the High School pupils.

Fab displays @bookmarkblair from the talented pupils of @BlairgowrieART Some future stars for the walls at PMAG ?!?

Bookmark just gets better and better.

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