The website provides information about which programmes will be on and when, the presenters and any other litle thing we think you may find interesting. Our programmes will cover a wide range of genre and style, at the moment they include Blues, Scottish Ceilidh, Salsa, Dance and Rock to name but a few. Due to the nature of being a voluntary organisation, shows will come and go and schedules can change at very short notice but we will try and keep you as up to date as possible and hope that you will find something you enjoy. If not why not think about doing your own show and let eveyone else enjoy the music or subject you enjoy.
Here is a wee sample of Jane Basford singing a gaelic song “1000 Curses of Love” sung cappella which was recorded for broadcast during the 2006 Mod
Some of the Programmes we think people would enjoy (some have actually been suggestd by our listeners) and we are hoping someone would like to come and present them. Included in no particular order and not carved in stone are:
Cowal Sport Stadium
As well as the entire main stream sporting events this programme will cover local Orienteering, Shinty, Archery, Swamp Soccer, Bowls and several pub league pursuits. Are you involved in a sport that should be included in our radio coverage? Are you interested in getting involved? Let us know.
Without the regular bookings for meetings and small events, what could keep the diminishing number of halls going? And who is going to fix the leaking roof? What of the diminishing numbers of groups meeting to use the halls?
Tales of halls and meeting groups and their guests (including SWRI and Senior Citizens’ input and their guests).
Are you involved in a local hall or involved in using a local hall? Have you something interesting or amusing to tell?
From the past to the present, local Poetry and Songwriting. Each programme with a different theme, lively chat, listeners’ requests and guests. Do you have a favourite poem you would like featured?Would you like a local Poet or songwriter to be featured? Let us know.
All in a Day’s Work
What goes on in the local workplace?Do you really think you know what Dunoon business does? The one who pushes that little bicycle wheel along the road – do you really think it is to test rubber for racing cars? Dunoon has hundreds of businesses utilizing all kinds of skills to get the day’s work done and keep Dunoon ticking – some you know, or think you know.
If you are part of a Dunoon business, or are a business, and are prepared to let the rest of the Community know what it takes to make it work let us know.
The Vinyl Frontier
Do you think every now and then about those vinyl records you’ve got hidden away? Will they be damaged after being hidden away for so long?Can 78s ever get played again? Do you still think the sound of vinyl is superior to CD? Are classical music discs made superior to popular music discs? These and many more questions will be answered as enthusiasts discuss how vinyl fits in today’s modern technology.
Want to take part, have you advice or secrets to share? Let us know
Even if yours is just a window box, our garden enthusiasts and their guests will help you get the best out of it.