Alastair Borthwick was born in Rutherglen but moved to Glasgow at the age of eleven. Over the years he has joined the media sector including Glasgow Evening Times as well as the Weekly Herald where he gained his experiences. Alastair Borthwick was devoted in all that Mr. Borthwick did, and his talent was recognized by many people including James Fergusson who interviewed him at BBC studios. Alastair Borthwick gained interest in the rock climbing activity where he was able to share various life experiences with Scotland people. Alastair Borthwick even wrote a book Always a Little further that was inspired by the rock-climbing activity as well as his articles. The book was published in 1939 with the help of T.S Eliot.
When Alastair Borthwick moved to London, he started a press club as the head, and it was involved in various performances. At one time Alastair Borthwick performed wearing a top hat and coat at the top of the exhibition tower. When the Second World War began Alastair Borthwick joined the Seaforth Highlanders to serve in the battalion serving most of the time as the intelligence officer. Later he was promoted due to his loyalty and sharing battle strategies to the rank of a captain. Through the War Experiences, Colonel Sym gave Alastair Borthwick time to go and write all the battlefield experiences. He wrote a book Sans Peur that shares the difficulties soldiers go through in the line of duty.
After the War Alastair Borthwick moved to Jura with his wife where they lived in a small cottage, they gave birth to Patrick before relocating to Ayrshire where they lived for many years. While still at Jura Alastair Borthwick continued his survey for the BBC Studios. Later he was hired at Grampian TV where he continued his career. It was different hosting at the Television studios, but Alastair was devoted to adapt and explore his talent. He was involved in presenting multiple shows including Prince Charlie One Week, Senator McCarthy as well as Lola Montez the next. All the shows were full of suspense and curiosity which made many viewers watch even more. For more information, visit: https://www.facebook.com/public/Alastair-Borthwick