Quite a busy week in the world of wireless transmissions, and firstly, on Monday at 7pm, BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal’s Rapal on Monday at 7pm has a repeat of a session from Iain Wilson from 2020.
On Wednesday’s Rapal, Emma Lamont chats to Jack McLeod from The Rah’s about their debut album, ‘When Does It Become Real’, the show’s album of the week.
is this music?’s show at Regal Radio – Thursdays from 4-6pm has an exclusive acoustic session from James Yorkston – performing songs from his new album with The Second Hand Orchestra, but solo – if you miss it you can catch up at the ‘Listen again’ archive at mixcloud.net/isthismusic including last week’s Willie Campbell set.
And on Sundays a new regular indie-oriented show, on Glasgow’s Go Radio – Aarti Joshi (who has a day job at DF Concerts) presents a two hour programme weekly. If you can track down the first one you’ll hear an interview with The Snuts.
And while you’re listening again, last Bank Holiday Monday, BBC Radio Scotland’s Nicola Meighan to chat with some of Scotland’s best-loved female artists about their own music and their inspirations – Lulu, Barbara Dickson, Clare Grogan, KT Tunstall, Anna Meredith, Emma Pollock and Carla J. Easton, talking about the Cocteau Twins, Garbage, Annie Lennox, Jean Redpath, Lorraine McIntosh, SOPHIE, Frances Mckee, Emeli Sandé…