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Stuart Spence from Scottish band ODIA is Fiona McNeill’s guest on the Celtic Folk And Fusions Show this week (March 23) between 6 and 8 pm. He will be talking about “Home” which is ODIA’s debut release with four tracks fusing Celtic, World and Electronica to make what the band feel is “a tasty blend […]

Multi award-winning international musician, Colm Keegan is joining Celtic Music Radio as a presenter. Dubliner Colm’s first, hour-long show will be broadcast on Saturday, March 20 at 1 pm. He is best known as one of the principal singers with PBS sensation show, Celtic Thunder, his career having started as a four-year-old chorister in Dublin’s […]

A special edition of It’s a Quinn Thing celebrating the first birthday of the Virtual Islay Inn Sessions will be broadcast on Monday, March 22. The show’s presenter, Patrick Quinn, was a regular at the popular session in the Glasgow pub on Monday nights. Putting his day job Glasgow Caledonian University lecturing to good use, […]

Congratulations go to one of our long-serving presenters who has won a Renfrewshire Council 2021 Provost’s Community Award. Mike Dillon was nominated for the Community Volunteer Award by St James Primary School in Paisley. Through his efforts, children at the school have benefited from working on projects alongside local community groups and artists as well as […]

Pioneering Scottish musician, Mairi Campbell is lined up to talk with Fiona McNeill on the Celtic Folk And Fusions Show this week (March 16) between 6 and 8 pm. Mairi is a multi-award winner and she will be chatting about her upcoming album release “Storm” as well as her many other varied, musical adventures. The […]

St Patrick’s Day is just around the corner.  We will be starting the party this afternoon here on Celtic Music Radio.   Join Paddy Callaghan from 1pm as he dips into the St Paddy’s Festival archives from previous years.  Stay tuned for a great array of Irish music.    This evening from 6pm – 8pm, […]

Presenter Bob Leslie releases his latest album, ‘In Praise Of Crows’ on March 19, his third offering in four years. A Scottish traditional singer and songwriter, Bob’s material is highly regarded for being well-researched, imaginative, witty and thought provoking, and this is evident on the new record. ‘In Praise Of Crows’ features Bob on electric, […]

Iona Fyfe, Performer of the Year at the Scots Language Awards 2020,will be a guest on Celtic Music Radio on Tuesday, March 9. From Aberdeenshire, the hugely talented folk singer, will be chatting with Celtic Folk and Fusions Show presenter, Fiona McNeill, about her musical adventures and her latest single release, ‘The Wild Geese.’ “I’m […]

The award-winning Mike Ritchie On Sunday Show reaches a special moment this weekend, March 7th. It will be Mike’s 300th show since his first Sunday broadcast back in August 2014. His two-hour playlists, featuring classic and new Americana, Roots and singer/songwriters have won him a loyal following and twice in three years, a readers’ poll […]

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), is conducting a review of the radio industry. They are very interested in learning more about who tunes in to community radio stations like Celtic Music Radio, and about when and why they listen. We’d like as many of our listeners as possible to be represented […]

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