What’s on in your community

What’s on in your community

If you or your organisation has an event coming up, then make full use of the 100.8 Revival FM What’s On events guide service.

If your church or organisation wants to be featured on the What’s On page on this website and or on our regular on-air What’s On guide, then please complete the form on the What’s On page, press submit and your information will be sent direct to the What’s On desk in the Revival FM office.

You can also contact the office during normal office hours on 01236 721110 or email: admin@revival.fm

The Revival What’s On guide is featured across daytime hours during the week on 100.8 Revival FM and also published on the revival.fm website for reference.

Council Elections 2017

Elections were held on Thursday 4 May 2017 to elect ward members to local government councils in Scotland. 

Revival FM principally covers North Lanarkshire Council and in particular Kilsyth and Cumbernauld in Wards 1, 2, 3, 4 plus Ward 5 Stepps, Chryston and Muirhead; Ward 6 Gartcosh, Glenboig and Moodiesburn.  The count for these elections is now (Friday) underway at Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility, Motherwell with results expected around lunchtime or early afternoon.

In East Dunbartonshire Council area, 100.8 Revival FM covers this council area including ward 4 Bishopbriggs & North Campsie, ward 5 Bishopbriggs, ward 6 Lenzie & Kirkintilloch South; ward 7 Kirkintilloch East & North & Twechar.  The count is taking place at The Leisuredrome, Bishopbriggs.

Relevant results will be published on revival.fm later today, Friday 5 May and on 100.8 Revival FM this afternoon.

TTBA playlist Wednesday 15 March 2017

TTBA playlist Wednesday 15 March 2017

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 Saturdays 3.00 until 5.00pm plus available for 7 days after broadcasting at Catch Up anytime.

 

Playlist for the programme on Wednesday 15 March; repeat Saturday 18 March 2017.

Cuddly Toy – Roachford
Lido Sdhuffle – Boz Scaggs
Every Day – Danen Kane
DRIVING SONG 
Sweet Talkin Woman – ELO
Burn Bright – John Neufield
Ready for the Weekend – Calvin Harris
Darlin’ – Frankie Miller
Skies So Blue – Rocket Summer
ALBUM NEWS AND TOP 10 COUNTDOWN 
Maybe Tomorrow – The Chords
Night Train – James Brown
Flaming Arrows Carmen Justice
ALBUM OF THE MONTH 1 

emile-sande-cdShakes – Emile Sande
Look On Up – Reliant K
The Duck – Willie Hutch
Country Girl – Vickie Baines
I’m Learning to Trust My Man – Sisters Love
Stop the Car – Fatherson
ALBUM OF THE MONTH 2 
Garden – Emile Sande
Runaway Train – Soul Asylum
It’s the falling in love – Carole Bayer Sager
Addicted to Love – Robert Palmer
Kings and Queens – 30 Seconds to Mars
DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN? Music and news from history
Club Tropicana – Wham
Automatic – Pointer Sisters
Skinny Roads – Emma Mullings
Daddy’s Girl – One Girl Nation
Up Against the Wall – Fiction Family
The Great Awakening – Leeland

Cumbernauld bus crash – 22 children taken to hospital

Cumbernauld bus crash – 22 children taken to hospital

An incident happened outside Our Lady’s High School in Cumbernauld shortly before 9.00am this morning (Thursday) when 22 children were taken to hospital after a bus carrying more than 40 school pupils destined for the school overturned.

The single decker, which was coming from the Abronhill area of Cumbernauld, flipped onto its side at Dowanfield Road, next to Our Lady’s High School.

Police said a 16-year-old girl was taken by ambulance to Wishaw General Hospital for what is believed to be non-serious injuries and another 10 patients were taken to Monklands Hospital in Airdrie and 11 to the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow for observation. Others involved in the incident were taken to the Assembly Hall within the school for attention.

cumbernauld-busDeputy First Minister and Education Secretary John Swinney praised the response of the emergency services. He said: “While it is welcome news that nobody has been seriously hurt in this incident, it must have been a terrifying experience for those involved.

“I am sure everyone connected to Our Lady’s High School and the wider community will be grateful for the quick and professional response by the emergency services and the excellent care now being offered to those with injuries.”

North Lanarkshire Councillor Frank McNally, convener of education at North Lanarkshire Council, said a full investigation would be carried out into the crash.  He said: “The emergency services were very quick on the scene.  The council will be working very closely with the emergency services to undertake any necessary investigation.  At North Lanarkshire we take the safety of out young people very, very seriously. Parents on a daily basis give us their most important possessions – their children – and it is important that we investigate this matter fully.”

Late this afternoon (Thursday), work got underway to recover the crashed bus outside Our Lady’s High School in Cumbernauld.