Revival FM seeks talented people to join the team

Revival FM seeks talented people to join the team

100.8 Revival FM at its Cumbernauld studio base is currently seeking talented folk to join the team!

As the “Heart & Soul of your community” featuring uplifting music across all genres, the Revival FM presenters encourage people with daily tips on navigating life’s challenges.

There is also the Revival FM What’s On Guide intimating events in and around Cumbernauld, Kilsyth, Kirkintilloch and across central Scotland plus national and international news and the “Word in Season” thought of the day, written and voiced by regular people who have been touched by an extraordinary saviour.

Additionally, Revival FM hosts, promotes and delivers exciting concerts and inspiring events.

“If you’d like to become part of the Revival FM team, we would welcome the gift of your time in helping prepare weekly programmes, download featured programming, post social media and spreading the word about Revival” says Connie MacLeod, Revival FM Promotions Officer (pictured right).connie-macleod-revival-fm-2

Computer skills would be helpful, however, previous radio broadcasting experience is not required.

Connie adds: “All we ask is a few hours of your time each week; an authentic passion for Jesus and a willingness to have fun learning! If this sounds like you, or someone you know, contact me, Connie MacLeod, Revival FM Promotions Officer by email at: connie@revival.fm

Please pass the word! Thanks.”

“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations”. Matthew. 28:19

Bill Anderson on Revival Drivetime

Bill Anderson on Revival Drivetime

Kilsyth’s very own Bill Anderson takes on the afternoon drive show on 100.8 Revival FM for this week.

Bill will be playing inspirational music to get you through the day and drive home plus the latest traffic and travel information from Falkirk to Glasgow and all points in between. bill-anderson

Plus the Revival What’s On guide for the week ahead; Word in Season thought for the day and up-to-date weather for the Cumbernauld and Glasgow area.

Drive with Bill Anderson, 100.8 Revival FM, Monday to Friday 3.00-6.00pm.

New: Hazy Recollections at Celtic Connections 2017

New: Hazy Recollections at Celtic Connections 2017

There is another ‘Hazy Recollections’ on the Celtic Fusion programme this Tuesday evening, 21 February from 8.00pm.

This is the Hazy Recollections presentation on Sunday 29 January 2017 at the ABC2, Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow city centre as part of the Celtic Connections 2017 festival.

Findlay Napier is your host presenting music between folk, indie and indie-folk.  On this ‘middle Sunday’ bill there is Highlander Mairi Orr, whose songs on her debut album Jenny Does Burns, embrace the kinship between Scotland and US folk traditions, while in-demand producer Ben Seal steps out from behind the mixer desk as Urban Farm Hand with a sample of sounds from his much anticipated new release Tell Me the Place.

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Mairi Orr on the Hazy stage on 29 January 2017.

Host Findlay Napier also takes a break from presenting to performing on the ABC2 stage.  Findlay unveils songs he’s recording now for his next album called Glasgow.

This Hazy Recollections ends with an acoustic and stripped-down Admiral Fallow session.

Celtic Fusion with Hazy Recollections 2017, Tuesday 21 February 8.00-10.00pm and repeat on Saturday 25 February at 5.00-7.00pm plus Catch Up anytime for up to 7 days after original broadcast on 100.8 Revival FM.

 

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Urban Hand Farm.

Hazy host Findlay Napier sings songs from his forthcoming new album.

Hazy host Findlay Napier sings songs from his forthcoming new album.

Acoustic set from Admiral Fallow closes the show.

Acoustic set from Admiral Fallow closes the show.

Celtic Fusion at Hazy Recollections live music

Celtic Fusion at Hazy Recollections live music

Once again, Findlay Napier curates three fabulously disparate five-act bills, collectively occupying the fruitfully blurry territory between folk, indie and indie-folk music.

Over its nine year existence, Hazy Recollections at Celtic Connections has hosted over 100 different artists. The venue is the ABC2 at 300 Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow city centre, with the usual 2.30pm start.cc2017-hazy-recollections

Hazy Recollections at Celtic Connections on Sunday 22 January 2017 featured Welsh-born Harry Harris; Rebecca’s Ruin, is the close-harmony duo of Becci Wallace and Becca Star; Paul Tasker, a superb guitarist who is one half of the Doghouse Roses and to finish off the day, The State Broadcasters and the famous Mystery Act. Revival was there to record the show.

If you missed the show on Tuesday 14 February as part of Celtic Fusion on 100.8 Revival FM, then you can listen to the repeat on Saturday 18 February at 5.00 until 7.00pm or listen on Catch Up anytime here or via the top of the front page of this site.

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Harry Harris at Hazy Recollections

The State Broadcasters

The State Broadcasters

The Myster Act: US fiddler Laura Cortese.

The Myster Act: US fiddler Laura Cortese.

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Paul Tasker on the Hazy stage

Rebecca's Ruin

Rebecca’s Ruin