Ian Waugh is a … broadcaster, presenter, voice, producer, historic researcher and published author. Programme maker and station adviser with a range of established skills. Worked with radio and television networks in the UK and overseas. Voice heard on just about all the all major and smaller ITV programme companies and some BBC and ILR stations since 1972.
He is now … respectably middle aged, profoundly grey, happily grumpy in a joyful sort of way, all round pain in the neck, with a suitable advancing waistline to match.
Politically … so far left you’d have to catch a train to meet my politics. Lifetime supporter of the British Labour Party. With them all the way from down times and moments when I haven’t always agreed with policy to great times of electoral victory and relative stability.
“It’s no big deal but … I lost the full use of both my legs during the 1990s and suffered two strokes in 2000. This means the regular use of walking sticks, wheelchair and the loss of use of my right side. It’s a nuisance, sometimes painful, frequently frustrating but life goes on.”