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M&D’s funfair incident: police ask for images

Posted by on Jun 29, 2016

Police Scotland officers working on the investigation into the incident at M&D’s have set up a dedicated email address which the public can send images/footage into.  The...

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Celtic Fusion Album of the Month: Gillian Frame

Posted by on Jun 14, 2016

Isle of Arran born fiddler/singer Gillian Frame, who was Scotland’s inaugural Young Traditional Musician of the Year 2001, and co-founder of the much-missed Back of the Moon,...

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Naomi Shelton guests with Lins Honeyman

Posted by on Jun 29, 2016

This Friday, 1st July from 8.00pm, The Gospel Blues Train with Lins Honeyman features an exclusive interview with septuagenarian Alabama-born soul singer Naomi Shelton that took...

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SOLAS Festival 2016 at The Bield, near Perth

Posted by on Jun 22, 2016

Jules and Bob from 100.8 Revival FM made the trip to The Bield at Blackruthven, just outside of Perth on the A85 for this year’s Solas Festival  – the 7th – is...

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Hamilton attempted murder: police appeal

Police Scotland Detectives are continuing enquiries following a shooting incident in Hamilton on Monday 27 June 2016.

The incident occurred around 14:30 hours on a footpath between Millgate Road and Westwood Crescent, Hamilton leaving two men, aged 26 and 27 seriously injured.

Enquiries have revealed that two men were in the area at the time of the attack.

Descriptions of both men are limited, but the first man is described as around 5ft 6 inches in height, wearing a balaclava and a dark coloured jacket.   The second man is described as over 6ft tall with short hair in a crew cut style.

Officers are appealing for anyone who may have been in the surrounding area and who may have seen these men to get in touch.

A dedicated incident room telephone number has been set up and anyone with any information or knowledge about the men or the crime can speak to officers on 01355 564018.

Alternatively, please call Crimestoppers free on 0800 555 111 where you can provide information and remain anonymous.

M&D’s funfair incident: police ask for images

M&D’s funfair incident: police ask for images

Police Scotland officers working on the investigation into the incident at M&D’s have set up a dedicated email address which the public can send images/footage into.  The email address is:

rollercoaster@scotland.pnn.police.uk

Police continue to appeal to anyone who was within the park during the time of the incident and who may have footage or images, either on mobile phones or cameras, to send them directly to the dedicated inbox.

  • Eight children and two adults were injured after a rollercoaster derailed and crashed at the M&D’s theme park close to Strathclyde Park near Motherwell, Lanarkshire.  Police said at the time of the incident that the injured were all being treated at local hospitals. Six ambulances and six fire engines were at the M&D’s theme park near Strathclyde Park, Motherwell after being called at 3.37pm on Sunday 26 June.  The theme park was evacuated shortly after.

Our World programme – Sunday 3 July at 7.00pm

Our World programme – Sunday 3 July at 7.00pm
The Our World programme produced and presented by Gill Anderson is broadcast on 100.8 Revival FM on Sunday evenings at 7.00-8.00pm and is also available at Catch Up anytime for up to 7 days after broadcast.
Our World programme content for Sunday 3 July 2016 at 7.00pm:
Sowing seeds of hope in Pakistan.  While the world focuses its attention on the terrorist attacks that have devastated Pakistan, a quiet work of grace is taking place in rural parts of the country thanks to you support from Open Doors.
A light that shines in Thailand with radio as the engagement tool.  Although the gospel has been in Thailand for 190 years, there has been very little penetration except in hill tribe areas.  The national church is trying to enter communities and expose people to the gospel in a non-threatening way and radio is the key method they have chosen to use. From Reach Beyond.
OMOMS describes their field survey trip to Kenya, visiting the Transformation Centre helping ladies through their rehabilitation, and the El-Shaddai Childrens Centre working with street kids plus lots of opportunities to engage with OMS mission for individuals and church groups, serving from two weeks to a year.
Every Picture Tells A Story – Mission Aviation Fellowship have produced an amazing photographic exhibition for your church to host, giving you the opportunity to connect with your community in telling the story of MAF flying in Africa with help, hope and healing.

Naomi Shelton guests with Lins Honeyman

Naomi Shelton guests with Lins Honeyman

This Friday, 1st July from 8.00pm, The Gospel Blues Train with Lins Honeyman features an exclusive interview with septuagenarian Alabama-born soul singer Naomi Shelton that took place before her appearance with her band the Gospel Queens at this year’s Fife Jazz Festival. 

Following a long and varied career, including a stint as house singer at Brooklyn’s legendary Nite Cap Club in the 1960s, Naomi has seen a resurgence in popularity in recent years with the release of two well-received Daptone Records albums “What Have You Done, My Brother” (2009) and “Cold World” (2014) together with tours of the UK and Europe.

Join Lins Honeyman on 100.8 Revival FM on Friday 1 July 8.00-9.00pm for this very special programme.  Also available on Catch Up anytime for 7 days after original broadcast.