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Upraid

10am, 4.30pm, 11pm & 5.30am Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday 10am, 5pm, 12am & 7am Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday Join Margaret Anne and Elasaid for an hour of Gaelic Music and light hearted chat. If you would like to make a request or say hello, email them at upraid@siar.fm

Dannys Celtic Ceilidh

11am, 5.30pm & 12 Midnight Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday. Danny Matheson‘s music tastes are very wide and varied and has liked Scottish traditional music since childhood growing up around Furnace on Loch Fyne in Argyll. He has travelled extensively but always plays Scottish traditional music when he can as Danny is fiercely patriotic. He also has a passion for real ale and was Chair of the Renfrewshire Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) for many years and also organiser of the Paisley Beer Festival at Paisley Town Hall, the venue for Scotland’s biggest real ale festival.

Gagail is Gaire

1pm, 7.30pm & 2am Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday 1.30pm, 8.30pm & 5.30am Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday Join Margaret Anne and Cathy Lily for a madcap hour of Gaelic chat and a selection of their favourite pop songs from past and present. If you would like to ask for a request  or would like to say hello you can email them at gagail@siar.fm

Storytime

2pm, 8.30pm & 3am Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday Join Maureen as she reads a selection of her favourite short stories and poems for you all to enjoy.

Barra Island Discs

2.30pm, 9.30pm & 4.00am Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday Capturing the magic of your life in just an hour may be a daunting task but the intimate atmosphere Janice creates makes it a pleasurable journey. Like the river of life, bending and shifting with the winds of fate, this show now four years old, flows in many different directions.

Planet Pipes

3.30pm, 10.00pm & 05.30am Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday Recently described as “…a great musical tour de force, placing that ancient instrument and it’ s music firmly into the 2nd decade of the 21st century” – Lorne MacDougall is one of Scotlands leading innovative pipers.  Recent times have seen him achieve a 2012 MG Alba Scots Music Awards Instrumentalist of the Year Nomination and previously placed 3 times in the BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year Final. His musical talents have brought the attention of luminaries such as Academy Award Nomitaed composer John Powell describing him as being “clearly a hybrid who really does understand the rest of the musical world from the point of view of a being a piper”. He is known for seemlessly inegrating his sounds into television and film scores with credits ranging from “How to Train Your Dragon 2”, “Brave” to “Doctor Who” as well as many exciting Scottish and Gaelic projects.

Ceol is Criomagan

Alice MacKenzie has been the main presenter of our Gaelic magazine programme Ceòl is Criomagan since Two Lochs Radio first went on the air in 2003. In 2006, we won the Wallace Sword Award for best Gaelic-language magazine programme produced in the Highlands for the second time after submitting an edition of the programme.

Cathy’s Country Corner

12pm, 7pm & 2am Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday Join Cathy Lily as she plays a half hour of her favourite country songs, old and new.

Pauls’ Sixties Show

12.30pm, 7.30pm & 2.30am Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday Join Paul Berry as he palys a half hour of his favourite sixties classics. If you would like to request a track or just say hello email him at paul@siar.fm

Mi Modhail

2.30pm, 9pm & 3.30am Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday Join Margaret Anne and Elasaid for a half hour of Gaelic chat and a selection of their favourite irish music from past and present. If you would like to ask for a request  or would like to say hello you can email them at gagail@siar.fm (Repeat Programme)

The Book Hour

3pm, 10pm & 5am Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday Join Jeanne as she reads her favourite books for us to enjoy. Jeanne is now reading “ Brother Cadfael’s Penance”, by Ellis Peters. So what has our detective monk been up to, to require to do penance? It all arises from his “life” before he entered the monastery………join Jeanne on The Book Hour to find out Cadfael’s Secret.
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