Revival news

Revival FM Donation Appeal

Posted by on May 18, 2020

Support the charitable work of Revival FM – bringing uplifting and encouraging music and features to listeners and local communities throughout west central Scotland. Your...

Read More

Featured programme

Cutting Tracks with Rod Marshall

Posted by on Feb 18, 2021

The Cutting Tracks programme first hit the Revival FM airwaves on 30th October 2014 and over the last 6 years plus, has been a privilege bringing you all the best from the latest...

Read More

Studio guests

TTBA programme playlist

Posted by on Jan 28, 2019

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...

Read More

Events

What’s on in your community?

Posted by on Feb 18, 2020

What’s on in your community? Get in touch at admin@revival.fm or call 01236 721110 to tell us about your event or activity coming up and we will include it in our...

Read More

Recent Posts

Cutting Tracks with Rod Marshall

Cutting Tracks with Rod Marshall

The Cutting Tracks programme first hit the Revival FM airwaves on 30th October 2014 and over the last 6 years plus, has been a privilege bringing you all the best from the latest releases and artists brand new and well known artist over that period.

Especially now in this pandemic it has been an inspiration to those who just love listening to the radio as they can’t go far from their own home.

To be truthful, I have loved bringing this show to you.

I hope to continue to do so in the future as well. I feel its great to be able to give those new artists a platform in which to present their music which they may not have got but for the show.

I have certainly built up a report with a lot of the artists who email me frequently thanking me for playing their music on the airways of Revival FM.

This week, we are featuring new artists such as Gramps Morgan with his track “People like You” and Alex in Black as well as some established artists including Ce Ce Winans and her track “Believe for It”.

Also in the show, a really well established group Need To Breathe with their brand new release “Survival” which features well known artists Drew and Ellie Holcome.

Can I say at this time, a great big thank you for all at Revival FM who have supported me through this time, including Dave Mitchell, Revival FM station manager and Andrew Polson, director of Revival FM, as well as many of the other presenters and especially you the listeners for tuning in.

Looking forward to many more years of bringing you the best in new releases from new and established artists.

God Bless.

Rod Marshall

Cuttings Tracks is on Revival 93FM and DAB radio across Glasgow and Revival 100.8 FM across Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch. Also online at revival.fm

Revival FM Donation Appeal

Revival FM Donation Appeal

Support the charitable work of Revival FM – bringing uplifting and encouraging music and features to listeners and local communities throughout west central Scotland.

Your one-off donation or just £10 per month of regular giving would make a real difference in supporting the station – greatly valued and appreciated by everyone!

Please consider, and simply click on the yellow Donate button on the middle of the home page or alternatively contribute via Give As You LIVE. Further information on the Support Revival FM page here.

Defining Tracks – lunchtime on Revival FM

Defining Tracks – lunchtime on Revival FM

Tune into Me’N’U till 2 with Matt Dick on Revival FM for a new segment called ‘Defining Tracks’ featuring local leaders talking about the impact music has had on their life and faith walk.

Pastor David Randall from Falkirk Free Church is featured on the programme.

“My name is David Randall and I’ve been the pastor at Falkirk Free Church since March 2014, and really enjoy working among the church family and in the local community.

Previously I worked in accountancy in the oil industry in Aberdeen.

Before that, having been brought up in a Christian home and professing faith from an early age, I sensed God’s call into full-time ministry. I’ve served Church of Scotland congregations in Bo’ness and Newmilns, and now have been brought here to the Free Church congregation in Falkirk. 

I’m married to Linnea, and we have four children – so life is rarely dull. When not in my study or involved in family time, you might see me out running, or playing football. I also enjoy movies and reading.

Our church building is situated right beside the busy Carron roundabout, where thousands of people drive past every day. Life can often feel a bit like a roundabout – you can sometimes feel like you’re going round and round in circles and don’t really know which direction to take.

At Falkirk Free Church we believe that we’ve discovered the very best direction for our whole lives. Jesus himself said, “I am the way and the truth and the life” as he declared himself to be the way to God; the way to abundant life now, and eternal life that never ends.

Following in his way doesn’t always prove to be the easy way, but we believe it’s the right way – and we’re always eager to share what we’ve discovered in Jesus Christ with others. So I invite you to come and be part of it.”

Me’N’U till 2 with Matt Dick on weekdays 11am until 2.00pm on Revival 93 FM and DAB digital radio across Glasgow and on 100.8 Revival FM across Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch and online at revival.fm

Defining Tracks

Defining Tracks

Tune into Me’N’U till 2 with Matt Dick for a new segment featuring local leaders talking about the impact music has had on their life and faith walk.

This week, Matt is joined by Robert Mackenzie from Abronhill Parish Church in Larbert. Robert will share about his life, his journey into ministry and the music that has impacted or influenced him along the way.


Find out more about Abronhill Prish Church at their website HERE