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bruceCMR Celtic Music Radio (27) RE: Celtic Music Radio 16 Oct 08

Highlights this week:

Ross McFadyen's Saturday Sequence, 12-6pm.

From 1.00-2.00pm the Events Guide takes you through the essential live acts to see this coming week across the full Celtic music spectrum.
The Demo of the Week features Hayley Hutchinson. Hayley is well travelled, being born in Northumbria, brought up on a Scottish croft and then moving to York! More info at:

A brand new feature between 3-4pm is that Ross will review next week's Celtic Music Radio Album of the Week. This week, Ross talks to The Duplet's Gillian Fleetwood about their album Tree of Strings. More about the Duplets at and more from the album through the week on the station!

Gordon Hotchkiss who is in Nova Scotia, Canada at the Celtic Colours 2008 festival will call with an update on performances at this major musical event.

Sunday at 12.00 - Andrew Quinn
Andrew plays an eclectic mix of folk, country and blues. On Sunday, Andrew will have Paul Tasker and Iona Macdonald of the Doghouse Roses in 'studio 1' to talk about their music, their new CD, "How have you been (all this time)? The Doghouse Roses will be playing on Tuesday 21 October as part of the Sounds of the Suburbs at the Woodend Bowling Club, 10 Chamberlain Road, Jordanhill, Glasgow G13 1QE.

Sunday at 5pm - Ciaran Dorris
Graeme Duffin, guitarist with Wet, Wet, Wet is Ciaran's guest this week. Graeme will also talk about his involvement with the McGuire Programme, which helps people overcome stammering. Graeme used to be in the folk band 'New Celeste'. He is a professional musician and producer with more than 25 years experience in the music industry and Graeme has also won many music industry awards, including the Scottish Silver Clef Award 1996 for an 'outstanding contribution to Scottish music' and the prestigious 3M award for production

Tuesday at 7pm

Planet Waves - Sandy Semeonoff with more mainly acoustic sounds from around the world. This week, the sounds are mostly from Madagascar, where the music is as unique as the plant and animal life. Play lists at:

1530kHz around Glasgow, and worldwide at

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