Sunday

00:00Sunday

Each week, the Celtic Music Radio team chooses what they believe is the best album received by the station. Generally, the album is chosen from new releases. However, we have been known to chose a re-issue or re-master edition of classic folk albums.

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01:00Sunday

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A Festival Of Music

02:00Sunday

02:00Sunday

The best Celtic Music in the land chosen by our discerning volunteers for your delight and delectation. Please enjoy!

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Sounds Irish

04:00Sunday

04:00Sunday

Since 2015 David has presented ‘Sounds Irish’ which is produced by his wife Anne Marie. The show has featured music, news, interviews and recorded concerts featuring many of the major stars of Irish Country and new emerging artists.

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06:00Sunday

A radio show for music lovers with a more discerning palate.

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07:00Sunday

A blues show covering all forms of the music.

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A Festival Of Music

08:00Sunday

08:00Sunday

The best Celtic Music in the land chosen by our discerning volunteers for your delight and delectation. Please enjoy!

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A Festival Of Music

09:00Sunday

09:00Sunday

The best Celtic Music in the land chosen by our discerning volunteers for your delight and delectation. Please enjoy!

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The Kara Conway Show

10:00Sunday

10:00Sunday

A mixture of music from up and coming local artists and established acts.

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A Festival Of Music

11:00Sunday

11:00Sunday

The best Celtic Music in the land chosen by our discerning volunteers for your delight and delectation. Please enjoy!

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Celtic Country

12:00Sunday

12:00Sunday

Celtic Country is one of the original programmes, dating from from Celtic Music Radio’s first special event broadcasts from Celtic Connections back in 2006. The show reached it's 500th programme in November 2017. In that time, Stewart had played 2342 different Country artists from around the world, including 181 from Scotland.

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14:00Sunday

On the show, Bob Leslie plays folk and acoustic-based songs, both ancient and modern, from both sides of the Big Water.

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16:00Sunday

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Whatever

18:00Sunday

18:00Sunday

The show motto is “Facts, Opinions and Mono Mixes” After the immediate success of his Ballads & Balladeers show, Gavin approached the bosses at Celtic Towers with an idea for another show. Whereas Ballads has a very strict and tight remit, “Whatever” could be anything at all. Whatever Gavin fancied playing for two hours on a Sunday night – that was it! As with the Ballads show , Gavin draws on his own extensive library of music. Particular focus is again on older music (being a historian he leaves anything modern to others to explore and play). Pretty much any popular music from the turn of the 20th century to around 1985 can be called upon. Every week has a different theme and every week is different to the one before. By way of example, the show has examined Louisiana, Gospel, Pub Rock, Glam Rock, Punk Rock, One Hit Wonders, Skiffle. Record Labels such as Stiff, 2-Tone, Chiswick, Bell, Pye, Motown in Mono. Studio guests have included Rab Noakes, Lesley Riddoch, “Lost Glasgow” Rosie Kane, Champion Doug Veitch and Rise Kagona, Clive Gregson and the reunion of Summerhill. Full, in-depth, 2-hour obituies have been curated for Fats Domino, Little Richard, Glen Campbell, Aretha Franklin, Dr John, Julie Felix. One theme that has proved to be very enduring is thye playing of the original mono mixes of singles from the 1960s. 99.9% of all singles issued in that decade were mixed and mastered in mono and that is the way they should be heard. Gavin spends countless hours sourcing the best mixes of these tracks. It is very unlikely that he will ever run out of material, themes or steam! Interviews will resume post-Covid but there is more than enough to keep you coming back, week after week, to the show. You may not always agree with his choices or his opinions but feel free to engage on the

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MixTape

20:00Sunday

20:00Sunday

Mix Tape is an eclectic mix of contemporary folk, traditional and Celtic music and often includes up-and-coming artists in amongst more weel-kent bands. Stick the kettle on, put your feet up and tune in to the wireless of a Sunday night and let Kate do the hard work for you.

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A Festival Of Music

22:00Sunday

22:00Sunday

The best Celtic Music in the land chosen by our discerning volunteers for your delight and delectation. Please enjoy!

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