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 - Bright and Lively WEST COAST CEILIDH –The Late Ian Wilson presented his programmes from 2010 every Monday night and always said it was a pure joy to share his music with the listeners, It was his wish that we continued to share his music with our listeners every now and then and  in tribute we share again his music choice as we replay some of his most and unedited popular programmes as Ian  took us up to Christmas 2016



Ian Wilson was well know on the Ceilidh music scene in Dunoon as well as other parts of Argyll for orgainising The West Coast Ceilidhs in the Park hotel and fund -raising events for the MOD for when it comes to Dunoon in 2017 . During his programmes he played  many favourites of the ceilidh scene many of who have appeared here in Dunoon as well as introducing you to some you may not know. His music was mainly gleamed from the West Coasts of Scotland and Ireland though he will go further afield just for a wee change. You can Join Ian on his footstomping tour along the West Coast as we repeat some of his most popular programmes .




    Ian Wilson to the rescue after we lost the Link with Alex and Celtic Music Radio -Here we are with a Bright & Lively WEST COAST CEILIDH with Ian from way back in June -Normal service resumes with Good Afternoon With David at 12.00pm
    Apologies to all Alex Jenkins Fans -back again tomorrow. Fi@Admin

  2. Good Ceilidh tonight says:

    Thank you for a very good Ceilidh tonight looking forward to listening again with the Girls-back home Wednesday, Caroline on holiday from Poole

  3. Remembering Celtic Connections says:

    You may have heard Victor and Ian Wilson talking about the Treacherous Orchestra and how they nearly brought the roof down at The Old Fruitmarket as part of Celtic Connections and that several members of the band –(there are eleven musicians in the band ) were also involved in playing at Celtic Connections with other Bands
    They also talked about the album some two years in the making that was scheduled for release in early February and a planned launch at the ABC in Glasgow. The Album is called Origins and we have been playing it non –stop in the Studio for the last week and feel it’s so good we want to share it with you.
    Listen in to TLLLVLBS this week when Victor will be playing the first Album by the Treacherous Orchestra Origins as his CD of the week

  4. Nice & Lively says:

    Monday Night Is WEST COAST CEILIDH with me Ian Wilson and I am looking forward to playing some of the finest Scottish and Irish music, nice an lively-Ian

  5. Memories of many a happy Seisiun says:

    Love the Irish music Memories of many a happy Seisiun , looking forward to more Philomena Begley and the of Queen of Country & Irish Margo even a little Daniel O ‘Donnell,

  6. gary says:

    Ian yer shows a cracker ……love it….DJ Gary M

  7. June says:

    Hi Ian enjoyed the show tonight you put a tear in my eye playing one of your songs You know the one I mean the words say it all Chris is back in Glasgow now will keep on at her to listen in to your show lots of love from the 2 of us June & Christine xxxx

  8. joyce says:

    What happens when you lock up a Celtic fan with a Rangers fan on the day of the Old Firm?
    Celtic mad Tim and Rangers daft Billy find themselves banged up in the same police cell on the day of an Old Firm match.
    Can Harry the ever watchful turnkey keep them apart?
    Nlp Theatre Company are touring scotland with this sell out play. Tickets on sale NOW for Queens Hall, Dunoon for 25th March 2011.
    YOU TUBE Singin Am no a Billy hes a Tim Trailer…for a sneak preview.
    Visit for more info.
    Scott Kyle won Best Stage Actor Award at The Edinburgh Fringe 2010 for his part as Billy in this play…

  9. Hello Ella says:

    Hello Ella, thank you for your comments I am so pleased that your are enjoying the programme and I shall certainly try to keep it as bright and lively as I can. I am pleased to say that work has already commenced to bring another series of The West Coast Ceilidh to Dunoon’s Park Hotel and we are looking at what is required to broadcast the shows live. I shall of course keep all the listeners informed of the progress.
    Thanks again to everyone for tuning in on Mondays nights I look foward to talking to you all next week Ian.

  10. West Coast Ceilidh says:

    As it says Bright and Lively, the West Coast Ceilidh is really taking off more more more of the same love the Ceilidh music.
    When will you be doing your next West Coast Ceilidh? Will it be broadcast on the radio? I am sure it would be very popular with listeners like myself who have connections with Dunoon and love to hear what’s going on. I have even got some of my friends listening in and really enjoying it keep up the good work.
    Ella (Douglas)

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