Born and brought up in Scotland, Anas Hassan lives as dynamic a life as he can and contributes his talents in a variety of different areas.
He was brought up in Kirkcaldy, Fife, but has lived in various places in Scotland and England. He graduated with a Masters degree in Pharmacy from Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. Since then he completed his pre-registration year and went on to qualify as a pharmacist in 2012.
Anas also has made a name for himself within the media. He presented his first radio programme at age 15 and has achieved two nominations for the UK Hospital Broadcasting Association Awards for Best Speech Package in 2014 and Best Newcomer in 2015, whilst at Victoria Radio Network in Kirkcaldy.
He has made contributions on radio, particularly BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Radio Five Live and LBC. He has also made numerous appearances on television including BBC One’s The Big Questions. And he’s even produced his own documentaries including “The Campaign For Scottish Independence: A Reflection”, which took a look at the Yes Scotland campaign.
Anas enjoys watching football, rugby union and snooker. He also enjoys travelling, particularly around Scotland.