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Vic Galloway on Huw's Hot-seat...

Vic Galloway | 12:23 UK time, Friday, 17 November 2006

Hey Blog-lovers!

How are you all? If you don't know me, I present my show every Thursday evening on Radio 1 in Scotland when we split the nations. If you live in Scotland, then hopefully you've heard my sweet, dulcet tones - if not, then check out the show online and listen again for a week after it goes out.

This week and next (15th & 22nd November) I'm also sitting in for the lovely Huw Stephens on Wednesday nights/Thursday mornings playing the most outstanding, underground, underexposed and mostly unsigned music going. It's an absolute joy to be going across the UK and playing all these weird and wonderful tunes for you! I hope you'll join me at midnight on Wednesday or listen again. You can obviously check the tracklistings on Huw's pages http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/huwstephens and please text or email the show to make some suggestions as to what new bands I should be discovering. I'm always on the look-out for something new and totally original. It's out there, I know it is...

If you'd like to contact me, the email is vic@bbc.co.uk and you can check my own BBC pages here http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/vicgalloway and here http://www.bbc.co.uk/vicgalloway or on myspace here http://www.myspace.com/vicgallowayr1

Nice one! Well, best be off to get my listening tackle around some more demos and releases. Thanks for reading this and speak to you all soon.

Cheers,

Vic

Comments

  1. At 12:28 PM on 21 Nov 2006, Jack O'Lantern wrote:

    Thank God! Maybe for a show or two the BBC will stop being used as a free advertising platform for Boobytrap/Peski Records' current/back catelogues. Conflict of interests? Not what I expected my licence fee to be spent on.

  2. At 03:32 PM on 21 Nov 2006, Kris Kringle wrote:

    Steve Lamacq - "In New Music We Trust"

    Huw Stephens - "In MY Music You Trust"

  3. At 08:21 PM on 03 Oct 2007, Sandra-wm wrote:


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