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BBC salaries have been released and this is what the top earning Scots make



The highest BBC salaries have been revealed and here’s what the biggest earning stars make including some of our Scots born talent.

Leicester born Gary Lineker is still top of the list with a whopping £1,360,000-£1,364,999 salary for his appearances on Match of the Day, Premier League and FA Cup, Sports Personality of the Year.

And English born Zoe Ball is the highest earning female BBC presenter with £1,130,000-£1,134,999 for Radio 2’s Zoe Ball Breakfast Show.

Fiona Bruce, whose dad is Scottish earns £405,000-£409,999 for her work on Question Time and presenting on BBC One, while Scots born Ken Bruce also makes a salary worth talking about of £365,000-£369,999 a year for his Radio 2’s Mid Morning Show, and work on the Eurovision Song Contest.

Glasgow born Andrew Marr earns a neat £335,000-£339,999 for The Andrew Marr Show, Radio 4’s Start the Week, Documentaries for BBC One and election night and Nicky Campbell makes £295,000-£299,999 for his hosting of Radio 5 Live Breakfast Show, Your Call.

Fellow weegie Kirsty Wark earns £210,000-£214,999 for her duties on BBC Two’s Newsnight, cover for Radio 4’s Start the Week and Talking Books while Gabby Logan makes £165,000-£169,999.

Some stars have had pay increases, while others have dropped down the list and all the salaries featured belong to those earning over £150,000.





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