Bruce McFee and singer Christine Sparks on the Sunday Roast

Former MSP Bruce McFee and Paisley singer Christine Sparks are coming in for a chat on The Sunday Roast programme with Sandy Pratt on Sunday 2 March at 2.00pm ahead of the Marten’s Progress fundraising concert on Easter Saturday, 19 April at the Normandy Hotel, Inchinnan Road, Renfrew.

Former Runrig founder and front man and renowned Scottish musician Donnie Munro has agreed to host a special charity concert in aid of Marten’s Progress, the 3 year old boy that suffer’s from cerebral palsy.

Donnie will be accompanied by fellow musician Eric Cloughley, will be providing this very special acoustic concert at the Normandy Hotel, Renfrew. Also on the bill will be the Sensational Christine Sparks.

Tickets for this acoustic concert are available through the Marten’s Progress website. You can pay using major credit and debit cards or through PayPal by selecting the number of tickets you want, then by clicking the “Buy Now” button.

Payment can also be made by cheque or cash. Postal applications should be sent to Bruce McFee, 36 Troubridge Avenue, Kilbarchan, Renfrewshire PA10 2AU. Cheques should be made payable to “Marten’s Progress”.

Sandy says: “Many thanks for supporting this very worthwhile cause and a reminder that doors open at 7.00pm for a 7.45pm start at the Normandy Hotel, Renfrew on Easter Saturday, 19 April.”

Sunday Roast with Sandy Pratt, Sunday 2 March 2.00-4.00pm.

Sandy’s Sunday Roast Christmas Party

Sandy Pratt presents this week’s music and chat Sunday afternoon programme and it will be Sandy’s last Sunday Roast of 2013.

He has decided to have a Christmas Party with guests, fellow presenters at Celtic Music Radio and friends coming along for a chat and party including Aunty Liz , Peter Glen, Alan Grant, Allan Broom, Tam-T-Boy, Lady Linda from the Special Unit and anyone else that drops in.

Sandy will have the 12 Scottish Days of Christmas Quiz, Pass the Parcel and loads of Christmas music.
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Sandy’s Sunday Roast Christmas Party, Sunday 15 December 3.00-5.00pm

Mànran's Garry Innes & Norrie MacIver guest on Sunday Roast

On this week”s Sunday Roast at 3.00pm with Sandy Pratt will be special guests from one of Scotland’s best traditional outfits – Mànran.

Garry Innes and Norrie “Tago” MacIver will be live in studio 1  for a chat with Sandy on Mànran’s second  album ‘The Test’ which arrived online as a download on Tuesday 7 May 2013. It’s only available from the Mànran until 3 June 2013 and the first 200 copies sold will be signed by the band as well.

The Sunday Roast with Sandy Pratt, Sunday 12 May 3.00-5.00pm and Catch Up anytime.

Glasgow Teenstar auditions – listen to the Sunday Roast!

On today”s Sunday Roast, Sandy Pratt has a live chat on the phone with Ben Price from Teen Star which is a new competition for youngsters to sing there hearts out and share in a prize fund worth £20,000.

Whether it’s a pop, RnB, acoustic or classical, this singing contest in Glasgow for teenagers from TeenStar is ready to find the greatest undiscovered talent from across the country.

TeenStar provides a platform to help acts get noticed and offers winners the potential to be successfully launched in the UK as a major recording artist.

Head of Future Music, Chris Grayston is excited ahead of the launch of the singing contest in Glasgow for teenagers: ‘We are really happy to finally be able to present singing contest in Glasgow for teenagers TeenStar to the nation. There’s no other competition out there like it and we are eager to discover the country’s freshest young talent.’

Singing contest in Glasgow for teenagers TeenStar has a prize pool worth thousands of pounds, including a £2,000 cash prize for the winning act to help develop their music.

Contestants in the singing contest in Glasgow for teenagers also have the chance to win prizes along the entire course of the competition, such as recording studio time with some of the country’s top producers and extensive coverage and promotion on MUZU.TV.

Singing contest in Glasgow for teenagers TeenStar is open to all with the auditions split into three age categories. There will be the late-teens, mid-teens and then a special category to search for the stars

of tomorrow, the pre-teens.

The singing contest in Glasgow for teenagers TeenStar is open to anyone aged 19 and under. Glasgow auditions are on  Saturday 9 February 2013 at Studio 1, Glasgow City Halls, Candleriggs, Glasgow G1 1NQ.

Sunday Roast, 20 January 3.00-5.00pm.

Sunday Roast with Alan Grant and guests today

Alan Grant presents the Sunday Roast today, Sunday 18 November with special guests stopping in for a chat.

Alan, pictured with the production team, says: “Davy Lees and Eva Christiansen will be popping into the studio today during the Sunday Roast to pick up Eva’s prize from my previous Sunday programme and no doubt for a chat.”

Tune in at 3.00pm for the Wee Scottish Quiz. Email: or text 07588 15 1530.

The Sunday Roast with Alan Grant, Sunday 18 November 3.00-5.00pm and Catch Up anytime.

Catch Up – Katzenjammer from Norway

Sandy Pratt returns to the Sunday Roast at 3.00pm with a live band in studio from Norway called Katzenjammer (pronounced Katzenyammer) which means cats wail.

Katzenjammer play the Òran Mór at the top of Byres Road tonight, Sunday 28 October.

An all-female Norwegian quartet whose musical style is rooted in both pop/rock and country-folk, Katzenjammer made their full-length debut in 2008 with Le Pop, an album that was both critically and commercially successful.

Founded in 2005 in Oslo, Norway, the quartet is comprised of multi-instrumentalists Turid Jørgensen, Solveig Heilo, Marianne Sveen and Anne Marit Bergheim who between them play accordion, mandolin, guitar, piano, balalaika bass, glockenspiel, trumpet, kazoo, melodica, banjo, drums, and more.

Is the Celtic Music Radio studio big enough for this all female band?  Tune-in and find out!

Sandy’s Sunday Roast, Sunday 28 October 3.00-5.00pm and Catch Up anytime.

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