Eric Robson, born 31 December 1946 (age 65) in Scotland, is a television broadcaster, author and documentary film maker who has lived for most of his life in Cumbria, where he has a sheep farm. Robson started at Border Television (based in Carlisle) in 1966. He is currently co-chairman of Gardeners' Question Time on BBC Radio 4. Previously he contributed to various regional TV series about Alfred Wainwright's walking guides. In 1980 he presented the final episode of the first series of Great Railway Journeys of the World, produced by the BBC. He has been a hobby farmer since 1987, and was also a reporter on the BBC Scotland Landward show. In September 2011 he was accused of a conflict of interest by anti-nuclear protesters opposed to a second generation of nuclear power plants and the possible siting of a high-level waste dump in the Lake District. Robson is the chairman of the Cumbria Tourism organisation but at the same time is a part owner of Osprey Communications, a PR firm that is advisor to the West Cumbria Managing Radioactive Waste Safely Partnership.
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