Filmed  on the 12th August 2013, Tim explains his emotions on hearing that he had been diagnosed with Multiple Slerosis in 1987.
After DeeJaying in small local venues around Easterhouse,
charging sixpence at the door, he graduated to spinning records in city
venues such as the Maryland, Dennistoun Rollerina,
the Electric Gardens and Clouds.

DJ Tom Ferrie suggested Tim contact a new radio station called Radio Clyde as they were recruiting presenters.
Initially Tim was reluctant to apply...but he sent off a letter and life would never be the same again.
Tiger Tim was born...

Tim presents his first regular programme "The Aff It's Heid Show"

His career highlight was when he interviewed music idol Paul McCartney at the famous Abbey Road Recording Studios when Paul was promoting his classic Wings single, Mull Of Kintyre.
"The night before I never slept. I was really nervous, I got taken into the studio and in walked Paul McCartney.
I was starry eyed, he was my all time music hero.
The first thing I said was ' Are you really as great as I think you are?'
"Paul said: Actually....yes.
I was only supposed to get 20 minutes for my interview but we were still chatting 40 minutes later,
it was fantastic. We got on great"

It was during this year that Tim was invited to present STV's new pop TV show 'The Best Disco In Town'.

Tim hosts the hit BBC TV children's series 'The Untied Shoelaces Show' which culminated  in a special stage production for the Royal Variety Show, Glasgow,
in the presence of Prince Charles and Princess Diana.

The year when Tim was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.
The shock news only served to to make him more determined the illness would not have an adverse effect on his life or career.

Tim was awarded the MBE by Her Majesty, The Queen in a pomp filled ceremony at Buckingham Palace, London.
He was invited by Lord Gordon of Strathblane for a celebration lunch at the House of Lords.
Later that year, he was presented with a lifetime achievement Tartan Clef at the annual Nordoff Robbins music industry awards in Glasgow.
During this time Tim refused to let MS get in the way of his charity work and hosted events for a project
organised by Greenburn School in East Kilbride to set up a satellite link for children with needs in Africa.
His efforts helped raise in excess of 10,000

Tim married Carloline Graham in a secret ceremony at Troon Registry Office on May 22nd.

The Tiger hosts his last show for the station on Clyde 2 on Saturday May 8th.
Tim leaves Radio Clyde after 36 eventful years.