Tam Cowan

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Tam Cowan (born 1969) is a Scottish football journalist, radio and television presenter. Educated at Braidhurst High School in Motherwell, he writes a twice weekly article in the Daily Record newspaper and was presenter of Scottish football comedy TV show Offside.

He reviews Scottish restaurants in the Daily Record based on a score of 25 by considering 5 factors of the restaurant: Food, Service, Toilets, Decor and Value.

Cowan also presents the comedy football radio show Off the Ball along with fellow Daily Record journalist and good friend Stuart Cosgrove. It is also well known that Cowan is a fan of Motherwell. Cowan has also taken to live stand-up comedy by taking "Offside" to the stage in 2002. The show was recorded live at the King's Theatre, Glasgow for DVD.

In February, Cowan's new six-part series It's Never Too Late began airing on STV. The show sees Tam bringing together a group of adults facing literacy or numeracy difficulties, an issue still considered by many to be taboo in Scottish society. The programme airs every Thursday at 7.30pm.

Tam Cowan guest presented on STV's overnight interactive strand The Nightshift in the Central region on 4 August and 5 August 2010. He returned in September 2010 as a guest presenter, in both Central and North regions.

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