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Programme listings and information on tScotland's commercial TV station.
Scottish Radio Stations
There are a number of local radio stations with their own Web presence with programme schedules:
Broadcasts are over the Net and you can listen in from the site to various shows in English and Gaelic including a "Kitchen Ceilidh" and "Piobaireachd".
This show is broadcast live on Friday evenings 7pm 9 pm on 91.3 FM Bluewater Radio, from Hanover, Ontario Canada. The show is Streamed on Bluewater Radio´s website and commercial free archived versions of the show are available to download within 24 hours of the original broadcast. Andy Mack plays a mix of Scottish music, from the Bothy Ballads through to the Bagpipes, and everything in between. From Jimmy Shand to Matt McGinn, the Alexander Brothers to Gaberlunzie, with some cheery chat, occasional interviews, and What´s On in the Scottish Scene, plus all your requests and dedications.
Promoting the spirit and pride of the community in the far north of mainland Scotland, Caithness F.M. was established in 1992. They aim to produce a mix of programmes which will complement Moray Firth Radio´s daytime schedule.
Online and Mobile Video Production, Video Advertising, Web Content Creation, Site Optimisation and Corporate Video Production
Scenic videos on individual areas of the Highlands & Islands of Scotland including West Ardnamurchan, Moidart, around Fort William, Isle of Mull, Roads to the Isles, Skye, Lochalsh & Wester Ross, Inverness, Black Isle & Wester Ross, Oban & Argyll, Northwest Scotland, Western Isles, Hebridean Isles, plus 'Puffer Afloat'. All videos have also been converted to the American NTSC format and are marketed from a family base in Colorado.
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