Popular TV presenter Rona Dougall is best known as the host of STV's flagship current affairs programme 'Scotland Tonight'. The thirty minute live programme takes an in-depth look at the big news stories of the day, along with sport, politics, business, art and entertainment.
Before becoming a Scottish Television anchor, Rona was Sky News Scotland correspondent for over 15 years. During that time she covered many headline stories, including the Dunblane massacre, the trial of the Lockerbie bomber at Camp Zeist in the Netherlands, the death of Princess Diana from Balmoral, the opening of the Scottish parliament and several Scottish elections.
She was also part of the British Bafta award winning team which covered the terrorist attack at Glasgow airport.
Off duty she is mother to two young children, a keen runner and a voracious reader.