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DANNY KYLE FINALIST ANNOUNCED

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Liz Clark Producer, presenter and co-ordinator of the DKOS has announced tonights performers at the “sold out” Final of the 2016 Celtic Connections “Danny Kyle Open Stage”

After fifteen nights and seventy five performances tonight six performers take to the stage of the Exhibition Hall here at Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall

And The Finalist Are…………………………………….

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Bella and The Bear – Glasgow www.facebook.com/bellaandthebear
Bella and the Bear craft fairy tales through a fusion of folk storytelling and elements of spoken word. Percussive and rhythmic guitar, intricate harmonies and compelling lyrics combine to create a captivating sound that can hold an audience silent. In their first year together, the band have won Best Newcomer at the Scottish Alternative Music Awards, have been named Best New Act by Calmac Culture, played across the country, released two EPs and produced their own short film. Their live show is continuing to develop and span across different art forms as they bring their music to life through animation and visual art. Stuart Ramage & Lauren Gilmour

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Quick – Ayrshire www.facebook.com/Quick2016
QUICK’ are a new up and coming folk band drawing inspiration from traditional blugrass music to modernised alternative folk. The folk band diversifies their music with progressive, technical and intricate concepts played through a traditional acoustic instrumentation alongside a heartbeat of honest, pure and original lyrics. Looking to 2016 with an ever growing repertoire of original music and a strong live setAlex Haynes – Guitar / Emma Barr – Mandolin / Willem McKie – Vocals

Northern Company – Stocksfield -
Northern Company are a young and fresh six piece folk ensemble from the north of England who play traditional and contemporary folk music from the British isles and beyond. They all met the Folkworks youth summer school and last year, finally made the decision to begin playing as a band! They arrange tunes into exciting sets that show off different styles and allow room for individual personalities to be heard.
Sam Mabbett – melodeon / Charlotte Kennedy – fiddle/ James Taylor – Guitar / Michael Biggins – piano / Jacob Bradley

Ross Miller & Charlie Stewart – Glasgow
This exciting new pipe and fiddle duo create a dynamic blend of traditional tunes and songs. Ross and Charlie produce is based around tight tune playing, variations, interweaving harmonies and rhythmic ideas. Ross is an established competition piper and Pipe Major of the National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland. He is studying pipes, Scots song and whistles at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and playing regularly in the newly formed ‘Foot Stompin’ Ceilidh Band’. Charlie is also a student at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland studying fiddle and double bass. Other bands he performs with include ‘Dosca’, ‘Levack Stewart Irving’ and ‘Sketch’.

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Charly Houston – Glasgow www.Facebook.com/CharlyHoustonMusic
With a soulful voice and lyrics far beyond her years, Glaswegian Singer Songwriter Charly Houston will have you mesmerized during her live performances. Mixing a blend of traditional folk with modern lyricism, Houston has an onstage presence that screams hard work and professionalism, merging stand-up comedy with heart wrenching and sometimes comedic lyricism, she isn’t one to miss. “One of the best musicians I’ve seen perform at the Fringe this year” – English Lady, Edinburgh Fringe 2015.Over the past 8 years, Charly has worked tirelessly to build up a reputation within the Glasgow music scene, performing in King Tuts and has supported artists such as Astronautalis, Mick Hargan, Sinderins (AMWWF), Ren Harvieu, The Diagrams, Hannah Trigwell, Ben Montague and Leddra Chapman. Inspired by the Scottish folk scene, Charly is a huge fan of master guitarist – John Martyn as well as Karine Polwart and Eddi Reader.

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Bella Gaffney – Bradford http://bellagaffney.weebly.com/
Bella Gaffney is a young singer songwriter who first started playing folk music at the Topic Folk Club in Bradford. She has gone on to write her own songs as well as arrangements of traditional tracks and is giging around the smaller festival in England and support slots for established artists

Well done to the six finalists and to everyone who took part ! 

 

ELECTRICITY TESTING WITHOUT DISRUPTION

Pleased to say testing of the electricity was successful without any disruption to 97.4fm Broadcasting

INTERRUPTION TO DCR97.4FM BROADCAST SATURDAY 30th JANUARY

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Due to the testing of the Electricity supply in the Dunoon Community Radio premises Saturday Morning 30th January a possible break in our transmission may occur.

We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause and will endevour to keep any Interruption to a minimum .

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ALL THINGS MOD AT CELTIC CONNECTIONS

The DCR97.4FM All Things Mod team cross the Clyde today to make their contribution to the live broadcast from the Buchanan Suite in the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall as they join up with colleagues from Celtic Music Radio.

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Frlly, Mary and Jennifer will be joining Malcolm Scott and Victor in bringing listeners up to date with all the latest news and no doubt gossip.

In the Buchanan Suite Studio today the “Mod Squad” will be meeting amongst others Singer Songwriter Becci Wallace and DCR 97.4FM favourite from SarahTorbets Chronicles programme Dean Owens

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DANNY KYLE OPEN STAGE 2015 FINALIST SHOWCASE OPENS DANNY KYLE 2016

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For the 6th year Dunoon Community Radio will joining Celtic Music Radio as it gets ready to deliver a festival of music during Celtic Connections starting in Glasgow this week Thursday, January 14th

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Dunoon Community Radio listeners will be joining the 72,000 Celtic Music Radio listeners for many of the live broadcast including each weekday the Danny Kyle Open Stage performances from the Exhibition Hall situated in the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall starting on Friday at 5pm WITH the Danny Kyle Open Stage 2015 Finalist Showcase featuring all of last year’s finalist in a spectacular Showcase Concert.

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Welcome back last years finalists in a Showcase concert to start off this years Danny Kyle Open Stage 2016

INTRODUCED BY Ken MacDonald  PRESENTED BY  Liz Clark

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Shelagh McKay Jones – Greenock

 

Folk singer/songwriter sings a mix of traditional and modern folk songs including her own material. Has had a very busy year  giging as well as producing her on a new CD of songs relating to the history of the people who came to live and work in Greenock in the late 1800 and 1900’s including some songs based on the poems written by Shelagh’s great –great grandfather.
Appearing at Celtic Connections 2016 on:-
15 January – 2015 Finalist Concert  5 – 7 pm The Exhibition Hall Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
24 January St Andrews In The Square  7:30  Appearing with Men at Words – Archie Fisher, Jez Lowe and James Kellaghan

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Granny Green    – Glasgow
 

Based in Glasgow, Granny Green has all the ingredients to become one of the most exciting and diverse new ensembles in Scotland. The trio of friends, who met whilst studying at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, are some of the most versatile young musicians of this generation. With the core instrumentation of the group being trumpet, accordion and tuba, this group has a brand new and quirky sound which naturally brings a contemporary feel to World folk music.
Holly Boddice/ Lizy Stirrat / Rachel Brown
Appearing at Celtic Connections 2016 on:-

15 January – 2015 Finalist Concert  5 – 7 pm The Exhibition Hall Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
17 January Tron Theatre  8pm appearing with Oysters 3 – John Jones, Alan Prosser and Ian Telfer

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Talisk Music  – Glasgow
Based in Glasgow and formed in 2014, they have had a very busy year since Celtic Connections 2015  from more award winning at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, to releasing their EP Pinnacle 67 to gigging extensively from  Cambridge Folk Festival to all over the UK and Ireland and have a busy start to a very busy 2016     
Moshen Amini / Craig Irvine / Hayley Keenan
Appearing at Celtic Connections 2016 on:-
15 January – 2015 Finalist Concert  5 – 7 pm The Exhibition Hall Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
23 January St Andrews In The Square 7:30 pm  appearing with The Gathering Stream :-  Angus Binnie 

23 January St Andrews In The Square 7:30 pm  appearing with The Gathering Stream :-  Angus Binnie , Anna Massie, Hamish Napier, Jack Smedley, Shona Donaldson and Mike Vass 
24 January – Traveling Folk at Celtic Connections 7:30pm

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Pons Aelius   – Newcastle
 

Pons Aelius are a Newcastle-based, contemporary instrumental folk sextet performing music largely taken from and influenced by the traditional repertoires of Britain and Ireland. Combining flute, whistles, mandolin, banjo, double bass, bodhrán, guitar, bouzouki, piano and the great highland bagpipes, this ensemble offers a refreshing, youthful and vibrant attitude towards repertoire, arrangement and performance.  Have also released a 4 trac EP 

Alasdair Paul, Bevan Morris, Callum Younger, Jordan Aikin, Sam Partridge, Tom Kimber.
Appearing at Celtic Connections 2016:-
15 January – 2015 Finalist Concert  5 – 7 pm The Exhibition Hall Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
22nd January St Andrews In The Square – 7:30 pm Appearing with the wonderful Tim O’Brian who will be showcasing his new Album Pompadour.

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Gnoss – Orkney

 

From Orkney. Graham was a student of Douglas Montgomery and Aidan is a self-taught guitarist and Scots singer. First year students on the Scottish Music course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Both played as part of Orcadian band Broken Strings, various acts at home in Orkney, including alongside the singer Jo Philby as her band. Again have had a  busy year from the release of their EP in December  their 10 trac CD GNoss being released at Celtic Connections 2016
Graham Rorie / Aidan Moodie
Appearing at Celtic Connections 2016:-
15 January – 2015 Finalist Concert  5 – 7 pm The Exhibition Hall Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
15 January The Mitchell Theater 7:30 pm  Appearing with The Shee  -Lillias Kinsman-Blake, Shona Mooney, Rachel Newton . Olivia Ross, Laura-Beth Salter

 

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Four Winds – Ireland
 
Deeply rooted in the tradition, FourWinds produce an exciting landscape of tunes and lyrics that present Irish traditional music in a modern and creative context. Their influences include Begley and Cooney, The Bothy Band, Planxty, Brady and Irvine, Moving Hearts, Pink Floyd and
 even Elvis. This energetic quartet delivers a truly unique musical experience. The band has performed as FourWinds since 2013, individual members having all Ireland titles at Fleadh Cheoil. As well as their debut EP they released their CD in 2015
Daoiri Farrell /Tom Delany /Robbie Walsh / Caroline Keane
Appearing at Celtic Connections 2016:-
28 January St Andrews In The Square  7:30 pm Appearing with The Poozies – who are celebrating 25 years since their formation –     Sallly Barker, Mary Macmaster , Eilidh Shaw, Maireard Green

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CELTIC CONNECTIONS 2016 OPENS

Celtic-Connections-300x90The world’s largest winter celebration of Celtic music opens today in Glasgow with a celebratory concert bringing together a line-up of Scottish singers that will never be repeated, as well as more than a thousand school children enjoying a free morning concert.

Throughout the rest of the city musicians are rehearsing for an incredible first weekend of concerts and events – for only the first of 18 incredible days making up Celtic Connections 2016.

This morning more than 1,200 children saw the first of the festival’s free morning concerts as part of Celtic Connections’ award winning Education Programme. Pupils from across Scotland – including school groups from as far away as Dunoon, Fife and Ardrossan – will come to the Main Auditorium at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall  to enjoy a fantastic set of traditional music by two-time winner of Scots Singer of the Year Siobhan Miller and her six-piece house band. For many of the children this will be their first experience of seeing a professional band live.

This evening the Opening Concert for Celtic Connections 2016, The Carrying Stream, celebrates the 50th anniversary of the pioneering and hugely influential Traditional Music & Song Association of Scotland (TMSA). A stellar line up of Scottish singers including Arthur JohnstoneSheena WellingtonJimmy HutchisonBarbara DicksonShepheardSpiers & Watson,Kris DreverAdam McNaughtanMischa Macpherson and Malinky, along with international guests Sam LeeThomas McCarthy and Rayna Gellert will take to the stage of the Main Auditorium. Led by musical director Siobhan Miller, this show seeks to capture the unique spirit of TMSA concerts that have been a hugely important part of her life, and the lives of thousands of musicians across Scotland.

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15th JANUARY —A SCORE OF EVENTS LAUNCH CELTIC CONNECTIONS FIRST FULL DAY

From  “Come and Try Ceilidh Dancing”  to full blow concerts featuring top named artist and bands including Skerryvore, Admiral Fallow, The Chieftains, The Shee, the start of the Late Night Sessions, and the Festival Club and of course the start of the fabulous Danny Kyle Open Stage from the Exhibition Hall in the Glasgow Concert Hall.

All this and just some of the events of the first day, with over 2,500 musicians from around the world gathering in Glasgow for the next 18 days a festival of concerts, ceilidhs, talks, art exhibitions, workshops, free events, late night sessions and a host of special one-off musical collaborations the

Stars of world, folk and roots music,will perform on over two dozen stages at venues across the city of Glasgow and include amongst others Rickie Lee Jones, Lucinda Williams, Karen Matheson, Teddy Thompson, Eddi Reader, Skipinnish,The Chieftains, Lau, The Unthanks, Béla Fleck, Moving Hearts, Robert Plant, Lucinda Williams, Admiral Fallow, Toumani Diabaté, Karine Polwart, Boys of the Lough, and Larry Carlton.

CELTIC CON LOGOWith artists not only from Britain but from Inner Mongolia to Armagh, Senegal to Italy, and Brittany to the Outer Hebrides to Southern Manitoba performing at the festival in 2016 Celtic Connections remains a hotbed of musical talent from cultures and countries from across the globe.

 

 

DUNOON COMMUNITY RADIO JOIN CELTIC MUSIC RADIO AT CELTIC CONNECTIONS 2016 FOR 6TH YEAR

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For the 6th year Dunoon Community Radio will joining Celtic Music Radio as it gets ready to deliver a festival of music during Celtic Connections starting  in Glasgow this week Thursday, January 14th

Celtic Music Radio a Community Radio Station broadcasting to Glasgow on 95FM will for its ninth year be broadcasting live from the city’s Royal Concert Hall every weekday of Celtic Connections, the first broadcast going out on Friday 15TH January.

Dunoon Community Radio listeners will be joining the 72,000 Celtic Music Radio listeners for many of the live broadcast including each weekday the Danny Kyle Open Stage performances from the Exhibition Hall situated in the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall starting with on Friday at 5pm the Danny Kyle Open Stage 2015 Finalist Showcase featuring all of last years finalist in a spectacular Showcase Concert.

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Nearly 90 hours of live broadcast is expected from the Buchanan Suite in the Concert Hall which will be featuring live performances, plenty of chat and interviews from guest some of which will be presented by Dunoon Community Radio presenters including Frlly, Malcolm Scott Fiona McNeill and Victor who will be joining colleagues Ross Macfadyen, Alex Jenkins, Gordon Hotchkiss Lizz Clark amongst others from Celtic Music Radio.

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GETTING READY FOR CELTIC CONNECTIONS

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 Sunday Herald Celtic Connections CD

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“Sunday Herald” Free Celtic Connections CD.

We’re listening to an exclusive advance copy of the Celtic Connections 2016 CD which comes FREE with the “Sunday Herald” newspaper TODAY. Buy your copy to get 18 great tracks – and great track by track review — hands down the best way to discover some of the amazing musicans performing at the festival

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A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR LISTENERS FROM ALL THE DCR97.5FM VOLUNTEERS

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ESPECIALLY FOR CHRISTMAS EVE LOCAL PEOPLE TELL A UNIVERSAL STORY —A VERY SPECIAL PROGRAMME FROM “THE SHORES”

Dunoon Community radio are very proud to premier the first public broadcast of this locally produced radio play produced and acted out by local folk .

We have decided to broadcast the play three times so early and late Christmas Eve Church visitors may listen and early morning Christmas  for those who missed it   

VOICES OF CHRISTMAS

 A modern interpretation of the most famous and the original Christmas Story the birth of the Baby Child Jesus ………..

Mary and Joseph travelled  from Nazareth to Bethlehem and were turned away from the village inn by the innkeeper.‘   they took refuge in a stable,    

where baby Jesus was born and laid in a manger…………….

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Photograph Ian Giles

Costumes by Sheila Whittaker 

THE VOICES OF CHRISTMAS

Writer: John Rawnsley

Publisher: John Paul The Preachers Press 

Producer: Evlyn Mill 

Sound Recorder: Tony Wood, Windmill Wood Studio 

Voices: Prologue & Epilogue – David Mill 

Isaiah – the late Robert Balfour

Angel – Nicole Cooper

Crowd – Evlyn Mill, Derek Cornish, Jenny Cornish

Shepherd – Andy Mullen

Herod – David Mill 

Wise Man – Robert Keen

Donkey – Jo Wilkinson

Joseph – John Suttie

Mary – Caroline Smith

Baby – Madeleine Hacking    

Broadcast Times

Christmas Eve  9.00pm -10.00pm then Midnight

Christmas Day  8.00am – 9.00am

DEREK MCINTYRE TO GO -TO GO RADIO GLASGOW

 

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Congratulations to Derek McIntyre after it was announced late Saturday night that the well know local personality former STV Nightshift presenter and well known voice on Dunoon Community Radio is to join GO RADIO GLASGOW .
Derek has been in the radio business for decades and has presented all manner of programmes on a variety of radio stations across the central belt.
Over the last seven years or so he has shared his expertise and broadcasting experience many times behind the scenes here at Dunoon Community Radio and helped and featured in many specialised programmes and has also treated listeners to a “McIntyre” well known programme which entailed listeners having early morning alarm calls.
Of his new appointment Derek says “With GO Radio Glasgow I see a return to personality driven local radio and that’s something I am interested in.” Derek has been lined up to present the 10am – 2pm slot which he intends to pack full of studio guests and information about what’s happening in the city, “Glasgow is in a unique position where there’s never a day that passes that there’s not something interesting going on, I hope to capture the essence of that and also bring great guests in to our St. Enoch Centre studios on a regular basis’

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We know our listeners not only on 97.4 FM but also world wide on the internet will be wishing him well in this new position which sounds tailor made for Derek.

In the official announcement GO Radio Glasgow Programme Director Kevin Cameron says, ‘Derek is a great addition to our personality driven line up, he has a wealth of experience and will bring Glasgow to the listeners’

GO Radio Glasgow will broadcast on DAB Digital radio, online and on multi platform app. And is due to launch 11th January -

Exciting Times Lay Ahead For Scottish Broadcasting

 

 

FROM HILLBILLY BOB AND ALL THE POSSE

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For requests, Mentions or just to say “Hello” you can contact Hillbilly Bob aka The Bobster via:-
E-mail: hillbillybob1@btinternet.com
Facebook: Hillbilly Bob aka The Bobster
Text: to 07916442215.
Twitter: @BobTheHillbilly
DCR Web Page: On the Presenters page: Bobby Wilson/Hillbilly Bob or Guestbook Page.
Always lookin’ for your interaction.

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FERDINAND RENNIE AND A FLYING VISIT ………….(NO SLIEGH INVOLVED)

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Ferdinand Rennie The Voice Of Europe literally on a flying visit to his home here in Scotland and will call into The John Street DCR97.4FM Studio to say Hello and wish his many Cowal Fans A Happy Christmas before heading off to Glasgow Airport for a flight for his next European Concert.

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Since we started broadcasting Ferdinand has featured in the DCR playlist and has introduced us to many of his Fans across the world and on two occasions flying in to perform live including last years Dunoon Dazzles Christmas Light switch on.

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Ferdinand will be bringing the listeners up to date on his hectic life and will also tell us about some of the charities he acts as an ambassador for especially the children’s charities never far from his heart

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DCR AT SATURDAY COLLECTIVE POP UP SHOP

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Pop in Saturday afternoon to the Burgh Hall pop up Gallery bottom of Argyll Street where the Collective have “popped”” up in the Pop Up Gallery

DCR Presenters will be there chatting to local artist and visitors to the pop up shop and will also be recording your Holiday Wishes and Family Shout Outs to be played out over the festive season on Dunoon Community Radio.

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The DCR OB Team Frlly, Simon,Luke and Victor will be joined by other DCR97.4fm volunteers so why not come along to say hello and leave a festive greeting or music request to be played out on Dunoon Community Radio over the holidays.

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IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN WHEN COWAL SHOPS DAZZLE

IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN WHEN COWAL SHOPS DAZZLE AND DCR SHOWS IT’S LISTENERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD WHAT A GLITTERING PLACE COWAL REALLY  IS.

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COWAL IS OPEN & DAZZLING IN HILLFOOT STREET

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AS ARE  DAFFODILS IN HILLFOOT STREET

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AND CHRISTMAS CAKES GALORE AWAITING COLLECTION AT CHOUXMAKESCAKES

If you have a favourite  shop window or a favourite Christmas theme or scene  –take a picture and send it to us and we will post it on our facebook page  https://www.facebook.com/dcr97.4fm/?fref=ts

We are not just talking about Dunoon Argyll Street Cowal covers a wide area.

 

JINGLE BUS CHRISTMAS MARKET STALL 1ST PRIZE TO BLAIRMORE GIFT COMPANY 2ND PRIZE TIED WITH 20PLUS OTHERS -WELL DONE MORIA, FIONA AND KIRSTY

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The Jingle Bus Christmas Market @ Blairmore was a sight to see with nearly every thing you could possibly need for that special Christmas Gift on display, so much to spoil you with to much choice although an designer name engraved potato peeler was not to be found . The newly named Blairmore Gift Company was deemed by an international panel of bespoke shoppers including several shoppers with pointy ears and wearing very colourful attire as the best Christmas Market Stall over the two days with the remaining Chrismas Market stalls tying for second place with the Coast Coffee stand receiving a special mention for their designer coffee tops and burnt cinnamon demonstrations.

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BLAIRMORE JINGLE BUS —ONCE AGAIN OUTSTANDING

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Nearly 500 children will testify that Santa and Mrs Clause had spent the weekend in residence at the wee cottage at Blairmore Pier and were Happily greeting local children and Big people into their enchanted country retreat as they get ready for their travels around the world starting Christmas eve. The fortunate children lucky enough to get to meet Santa and Mrs Clause had a wee insight into the into the wonderful world of Santa, unfortunately the magic in Santa’s Grotto only allows photos taken of Santa with his young guest and photographs of the wonderful cottage and its magical contents disappear, by magic of course.

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MUCH SORT AFTER JINGLE BUS TICKET —GIVE–AWAY

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-Only a fraction of the folk who applied where sucessful but thanks to the Jingle Bus Team and Santa’s busy little Elves the very last FOUR TICKETS will be given to Four Lucky Dunoon Community Radio Listeners who on the day will be broadcasting live from the event .

Listen in today between 3.00pm and 5.00pm when details of how you can be a lucky recipient will be announce during “ANDREW FARINA’S ECHOES THE SOUNDTRACK TO OUR LIVES

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DUNOON PRIMARY SCHOOL CELEBRATE 60s POP UP SHOP RAISEING OVER £700 FOR SCHOOLDAY IN 60s CLASSROOM

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After a very hectic day at thier 60s POP UP SHOP at The BREAS selling school produced Christmas wares including Stocking Fillers,Christmas Treats ,Vinyl Crafts, Paper Weights,Mirrors, Personalised Signs and even Hand Made Cakes the pupils of P6/5 and P7/6 celebrated by letting thier hair down with a 60s theme Disco.

Victor and Stereo Simon from the DCR Roadshow brought tunes from the 60s which the pupils had been learning about as part of thier 60s history lessons and even dancing to some of the dance crazes of the 60s in compertitions including , the Twist, The Loco -Motion , Hippy Hippy Shake,The Freeze (Statues) and just to be completly “in tune” they all dressed up in 60s outfits- Well Done everyone who was involved andv a big thank you to everyone who came along to the Breas to support the pupils. 

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I’TS OUR 6TH BIRTHDAY AND IT’S TIME FOR THOSE SPECIAL ONCE A YEAR TUNES

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OK,OK SILLY SEASON IS HERE AGAIN AND WHY NOT, TODAY IS ALSO OUR 6th BIRTHDAY HERE AT DCR97.4FM………. LETS MAKE THE MONTH OF DECEMBER A REAL NICE FUN MONTH, LETS THINK NICE THINGS AND BE NICE TO EACH OTHER, LETS ALL HAVE A VERY NICE TIME ,YOU NEVER KNOW WE MIGHT LIKE IT AND DO IT AGAIN NEXT MONTH ,& THE NEXT, & THE NEXT,& THE NEXT,& THE NEXT,& THE NEXT,& THE NEXT,& THE NEXT,& THE NEXT,& THE NEXT,& THE NEXT,& THE NEXT,& THE NEXT, & THE NEXT,& THE NEXT,& THE NEXT,& THE NEXT,& THE NEXT,& THE NEXT,………………………..

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