Robert Scott’s radio career began in January 1985 in his hometown of Palmerston North on legendary radio station 2XS. A move to Auckland followed in 1992, where he was hosted the drive show on the country’s most listened to music station, 91FM. The same year he scored the co-presenting role on TV3's children's show 'Yahoo'. The next few years were made up of roles with ZM, and the breakfast show on Classic Hits.
In 1999, he took up an offer to work in the UK, presenting breakfast on 2-Ten FM in Reading. (Being part of a team to achieve the stations highest ratings since 1976!)
By 2001 Robert was back in Auckland, with roles on More FM and the Solid Gold network simultaneously. 2006 saw the launch of 'The Breeze', and he was teamed with Robert Rakete. In 2015, Robert moved to hosting the Breeze drive show, networked across New Zealand.
Along the way Robert has won multiple New Zealand and International radio awards - including back to back wins at the prestigious New York Festivals. Robert has hosted major events for Vodafone, The BAT, Georgie Pie and co-hosted three New Zealand Radio Award ceremonies.