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Traffic and Travel updates on BBC Radio Scotland

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Karen Miller Karen Miller | 14:45 UK time, Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Due to the severity of the weather and the continuing problems experienced on the roads and public transport, BBC Radio Scotland has amended its schedule from now until 13 December. And of course, the BBC travel pages are being continually updated.

Cycling on the snow outside BBC Scotland, Glasgow

Cycling in the snow

Here are the main BBC Radio Scotland changes:


Wednesday 8 December

1400-1430 FM/MW - Tom Morton Show: Bill Whiteford will be joining Tom to give listeners regular updates throughout the show.

1430-1500 FM only - Tom Morton

1430-1500 (approx) MW only - Newsdrive Special presented by Bill Whiteford including the Transport Minister's statement and responses.

1500-1530 FM/MW - Tom Morton Show: Bill Whiteford will be joining Tom to give listeners regular updates throughout the show.


1810-2000 FM only - Get it On with Bryan Burnett. Bryan will be joined by a member of the travel team for regular updates.

includes 1900-1906 FM & MW: News, sport, travel, weather and outdoor conditions.

1810-2000 MW only - Sportsound.


Thursday 9 and Friday 10 December

1400-1530 FM/MW - Tom Morton Show: Bill Whiteford will be joining Tom to give listeners regular updates throughout the show.

1810-2000 FM only - Get it On with Bryan Burnett. Bryan will be joined by a member of the travel team for regular updates.

includes 1900-1906 FM & MW: News, sport, travel, weather and outdoor conditions.

1810-2000 MW only - Sportsound.


Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 December

A normal schedule, but there wil be extra travel and weather throughout the weekend.

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