Fergus Muirhead is an experienced writer and broadcaster. He has written on all aspects of money and consumer issues for a number of newspapers and magazines as diverse as Scotland on Sunday, The Herald, The Sunday Herald, the Sun, The News of the World and the Journal of the Probate Section of the Law Society. He wrote a regular column in Moneywise Magazine and for five years he was Consumer Champion at best selling magazine Women’s Own.
He is the author of A Piper's Tale, a wonderful collection of stories from some of the world's top pipers, and is a regular Compere at piping events at home and overseas.
Fergus appears regularly on a number of radio and TV programmes. These have included GMTV, BBC Breakfast, Homes Live and Location, Location, Location for TV and Macaulay & Co, The Phil Williams Show and many BBC News programmes on radio.
Fergus has travelled the world playing bagpipes and he has acted as Compere at every Piping Live Festival in Glasgow as well as at the prestigious William Kennedy Festival in Armagh.
He is a respected performer at Burns Suppers all over the world – his Tam o’ Shanter is a wonderful piece of theatre and he has addressed the haggis in a variety of languages, including English.