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Blog highlights: May 2010

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Karen Miller Karen Miller | 00:01 UK time, Friday, 24 December 2010

The big story of early May 2010 on BBC Radio Scotland was the UK General Election. Nick Rougvie found the time to share stories from the newsroom.

Tom Morton had a session from Neil Hannon from The Divine Comedy which was filmed for the website. Another Country with Ricky Ross featured sessions and interviews with Mary Gauthier and Ben Glover; and Davie Scott presented a new series of his Classic Scottish Albums featuring, in episode one, Sunshine Superman by Donovan. Classics Unwrapped went to the Ardnamurchan Music Festival.

Head of Radio, Scotland, Jeff Zycinski, answered your questions.

Sportsound won Sony Gold for Best Sports Programme.

Sportsound production team winning the Sony Gold Award.

Sportsound production team winning the Sony Gold Award.

The football season came to an end, which saw some new series on BBC Radio Scotland - Managing the Old Firm and Knives with Wives (and Spoons and Tunes).

Finally, for May, Jackie Bird went to Afghanistan and her experiences were recorded in ER Afghanistan and Clare English told us more about the new series of Women on Top.

Jackie Bird in Afghanistan


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