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Station presenter Fiona McNeill was centre stage at a glittering awards ceremony in Los Angeles. Fiona was the voiceover / narrator for the BAFTA Student Award for Immersive winner at the international Yugo student awards. The winning submission was a virtual reality project called “Aonar” and because its creator, Austin Wolfe from Glasgow School of […]

Dublin-born folk singer and songwriter Enda Reilly had a clear vision for his latest release – he wanted to deliver a “simple album of undeniably great songs” sung and recorded with guitar or acapella. Many of Whisperings’ tracks are Irish and Scottish favourites with important connections for everyone across the Atlantic. Heart-tugging songs such as […]

Fellow Paisley Buddie, Davey Mullen is in the guest seat on Gerry’s Jukebox with Gerry Maguire this week (Wednesday, July 27) As well as talking about his highly varied career in rock bands, as a solo performer, sound engineer, fund raiser, trade union rep, gig promoter and TV actor, Davey will pick six of his […]

This is an album of great charm centred around love, community and connection. The Wilderness Yet bring deeply personal links to their music while exploring the world’s stories, seasons and sorrows, grounded in our relationship with the natural world. Rosie Hodgson – voice, banjo; Rowan Piggott – voice, fiddles, double bass; Philippe Barnes – voice, […]

The Irish-Italian band’s latest release, FROM NOW ON, is an eleven-track delight bursting with traditional and original Irish music. It has one original song, Road to Rome, and the special guest is the uilleann piper, Martino Vacca from the band Fullset. The Willos’ international project was born in Siena, Italy in 2001 and the current […]

The highly-acclaimed, Grammy-nominated, award-winning singer-songwriter, COURTNEY MARIE ANDREWS is the special guest on The Mike Ritchie On Sunday Show this weekend (July 17.) Her latest album, Loose Future, comes out in October and two singles have been released – both will feature on the show plus a trio of songs Courtney selected from her three […]

A new one-hour show joins the Friday station schedule this week. Paul’s Friday Mid Morning Mix sees a welcome return for Paul Lucas and he will be on air between 10 and 11 am every week. The station is committed to offering a wide range of programmes and music so this new show is an […]

Celtic Music Radio joins 20 new stations broadcasting to Edinburgh on Digital Radio. To listen to Celtic Music Radio, you need a digital radio capable of receiving DAB+ in your home or in your car.Please perform a FULL SCAN. This will update your station list and add us to your Digital Wireless. The plan for […]

American band Betsy Ade & The Well-Known Strangers are guests on the Lunchtime Selection today (Wednesday, July 13) Their current tour continues with a date in Glasgow’s Broadcast this evening so they are popping into our studios to talk about their visit and latest upcoming album titled ‘Dawn.’ From SE Wisconsin, they are a cello-infused alternative […]

The Canny Band’s debut is a heady mix of mostly self-penned tunes, embracing fast-paced reels and jigs, and slower, sensitive tracks arranged in their own distinctive style. Sam Mabbett (Diatonic button accordion), Michael Biggins (piano) and Callum Convoy (bodhran) offer a rare fusion of instruments to create stirring and memorable sounds. The trio’s appeal is […]

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