Just the Two of Us (contestant)
Edinburgh-born TV and radio host with a curious double-life in current affairs and light entertainment. Campbell initially rose to fame as a DJ, enjoying a ten-year stint with Radio 1 starting in 1987, during which time he also hosted Wheel of Fortune. In 1997 he moved to Radio Five Live to present a more current affairs-based show, and he's still there. He's also presented the BBC One consumer show Watchdog and the Sunday morning god slot debate show The Big Questions.
He served as Rector of the University of St Andrews from 1991 to 1993. His immediate predecessor in the post was Nicholas Parsons.
He wrote an album of big band swing music, Moonlight's Back in Style for the actor and fellow Just the Two of Us contestant Mark Moraghan. Campbell also plays ukulele and performs backing vocals on the album.
He was one of the subjects of the BBC's family history series "Who Do You Think You Are?". His edition was an unusual one - he was adopted, but had already traced his birth family, so for his programme (a special edition made to tie in with a BBC adoption season) he traced his adoptive family instead.