Coming soon: New band feature on TTBA

Coming soon: New band feature on TTBA

Turn The Beat Around is produced and presented by Ian Arbuckle and broadcast on 100.8 Revival FM on Wednesday evenings from 8.00 until 10.00pm with a repeat on Saturday afternoon between 3.00 until 5.00pm. 

‘TTBA’ is also available for 7 days after original broadcast, including the Saturday repeat at Catch Up anytime.

Coming soon, there is a new feature on the programme called ‘The New Band Slot’ at around 9.20pm on Wednesday night and 4.20pm on Saturday afternoon.  The New Band feature is presented by Graham Barnstable (pictured) from Motherwell, Lanarkshire. 

View the playlist for the Turn The Beat Around programme on Wednesday 29 August 2018 at 8.00pm, repeated on Saturday 1 September at 3.00pm plus Catch Up anytime for up to 7 days after original broadcast on 100.8 FM.

Turn The Beat Around playlist online

Turn The Beat Around playlist online

Check-out the playlist here for Wednesday night’s (4 July) Turn The Beat Around presented and produced by Ian Arbuckle.

Ian has as always a true mix of music including classic cuts from years gone by.  The Album of the Month for June 2018 is the new CD from singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading called ‘Not Too Far Away’.  More detail on the Revival.fm featured programme page here.

Turn The Beat Around with Ian Arbuckle, Wednesdays at 8.00-10.00pm, repeated Saturdays 3.00-5.00pm plus Catch Up anytime.

Dave Mitchell is ‘live’ as snow sweeps Scotland

Dave Mitchell is ‘live’ as snow sweeps Scotland

Dave Mitchell is live in studio 1 at 100.8 Revival FM with the Breakfast Show this morning, Wednesday 28 February as the country is in the grip of the ‘Beast from the East’ snow storms.

Dave is providing updates for road and travel in and around Cumbernauld, Kilsyth, Kirkintilloch and across North Lanarkshire plus Glasgow and the Lothians.

There are also updates on school closures throughout the 100.8 Revival FM area.

From Wednesday 28 February 2018 to Thursday 1 March 2018 there is Police Scotland travel advice for the greater ‘Strathclyde’ area and the Lothians.

AVOID TRAVELLING ON THE ROADS

Police Scotland are advising that the Met Office has issued a YELLOW alert and an AMBER alert for SNOW and that the general public should AVOID TRAVELLING ON THE ROADS for Central, Tayside & Fife, Lothian, Borders and Strathclyde including the greater Glasgow areas.

If you do travel, you will experience severe delays of several hours or more. Conditions for travel are extremely dangerous and you should avoid the specified roads and if you do travel you will experience severe disruption.

Congestion caused by vehicles may restrict emergency, recovery or winter maintenance vehicles from providing essential assistance or from clearing roads. Drivers of HGVs should drive with extreme caution and be aware that you may be requested to park at a suitable position by the police.

Winter driving is a question of common sense and drivers should ask themselves if they really need to travel when conditions are poor. No-one should ever place themselves at risk on the road and it may be worth making alternative arrangements such as delaying travel until conditions improve or using public transport.

If you are travelling on the roads you should ensure you and your vehicle are adequately prepared for the conditions, making sure you have sufficient fuel and supplies such as warm clothing, food and water in the event you are delayed for several hours. Charge your mobile phone and plan your route as well as alternative routes.

Want to know more details on the trunk road height, please see the image below or check: http://trafficscotland.org/trunkroadnetworkheightmap/index.aspx

Planning Ahead

We ask the travelling public to be aware that weather conditions can vary greatly on the trunk road network depending on the height of the area you are travelling in. Congestion caused by vehicles may restrict emergency, recovery or winter maintenance vehicles from providing essential assistance or from clearing roads in some areas.

Winter driving is a question of common sense and drivers should ask themselves if they really need to travel when conditions are poor. No-one should ever place themselves at risk on the road and it may be worth making alternative arrangements such as delaying travel until conditions improve or using public transport.

Drivers of HGVs should drive with extreme caution and be aware that you may be requested to park at a suitable position by the police.

If you are travelling you should ensure you and your vehicle are adequately prepared for the conditions making sure you have sufficient fuel and supplies such as warm clothing, food and water in the event you are delayed for several hours. Charge your mobile phone and plan your route as well as alternative routes.

Travelling on trunk roads?

If you have chosen to travel on Scotland’s Trunk Road Network please see a range of information below to help you plan your journey in advance, to avoid live incidents, delays or roadworks.

For live road updates, weather issues, journey planning, public transport information and much more, please use the services below:

The Traffic Scotland mobile website my.trafficscotland.org and desktop website trafficscotland.org both offer a range of web and internet information services. The service not only provides access to key information (cameras, roadworks, congestion, weather stations, events), it incorporates the 24/7 Traffic Scotland Internet Radio and also connects to Twitter.

This service compliments information via roadside Variable Message Signs and is also passed to media outlets  including 100.8 Revival FM and other radio, television services and other websites.

Turn The Beat Around playlist

Turn The Beat Around playlist

The Turn The Beat Around programme is presented and produced by long-time Revival FM member Ian Arbuckle.

‘TTBA’ airs every Wednesday night 8.00-10pm with a repeat on Saturday afternoons 3.00-5.00pm.

Check out what Ian is playing on the TTBA playlist page here.