26 July 2014 Last updated at 08:51

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The largest flotilla ever seen on the River Clyde will sail from Greenock to Glasgow later as part of the city's Commonwealth Games celebrations.


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    Rangers appoint Nash 08:41:

    If you missed it last night, Rangers have appointed financial consultant Philip Nash to their board of directors.

    The former Arsenal and Liverpool executive will assume the position immediately, having been a consultant at Ibrox since January 2014.

    Ibrox

    An accountant and former banker, Nash was brought to the club by chief executive Graham Wallace.

    Read Richard Wilson's report.

     
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    Karen Gillan transformed 08:30:

    Scots actress Karen Gillan is to appear in her biggest movie role yet in Marvel's sci-fi action adventure Guardians of the Galaxy.

    Inverness-born Gillan's big break came when she was cast as Doctor Who companion Amy Pond.

    Karen Gillan in Guardians of the Galaxy

    While Pond was part of a force for good, Gillan's character in Guardians of the Galaxy has a villainous dark side. It certainly looks like it.

     
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    This morning's highlights 08:16: Andrew Southwick BBC Scotland

    08:45 - Lawn bowls: Scotland are confident of medals at Kelvingrove. In the men's triples sectional the top two of Scotland and Wales go head-to-head, and in the women's sectional group stage world champion Caroline Brown carries the home nation's hopes against Australia's Kelsey Cottrell.

    Scotland are also in action in the men's pairs and women's fours.

    Hannah Miley with her 400m individual medley gold medal

    10:30 - Rugby sevens: Ibrox makes it's Glasgow 2014 debut today. It does not get much tougher for Scotland in their opening match, with four-time champions New Zealand squaring up to them in pool A. The All-Blacks have never lost a game at the Commonwealth Games.

    Scotland also face Canada and Barbados in the evening.

    10:40 - Swimming: The 400m individual medley gold medal winner Hannah Miley is back in the pool in the women's 200m Breaststroke heats.

    Scotland are also aiming for a place in the women's 4x200m Freestyle final.

    You can watch all the latest Commonwealth Games events on the BBC Sport website.

     
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    Pool Party 08:08:

    It was Scotland's pool party, but where was the poster boy? BBC Sport's Aimee Lewis reflects on Scotland's success in the pool and the disappointments for Michael Jamieson.

    Michael J
     
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    07:50: Via Twitter Huw Williams BBC Scotland reporter

    tweets: Crew of the Lerwick registered Swan taking part in @Flotilla2014 and live on @BBCRadioScot Out of Doors.

    Commonwealth flotilla crew

    Listen live to Radio Scotland.

     
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    Last night at the Games 07:33:

    It was another great night in the pool for Scotland last night as Daniel Wallace won gold in the 400m Individual Medley.

    Daniel Wallace

    Meanwhile, Neil Fachie and Craig Maclean won Scotland's first Commonwealth Games cycling gold with victory in the Para-cycling 1000m tandem time trial for blind and visually impaired athletes.

    However, it was disappointment again for Michael Jamieson after he finished fifth in the 100m breaststroke semi-final meaning he will miss the final.

     
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    Sir Jackie's car up for sale 07:13:

    Racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart's first ever race car is set to go under the hammer.

    The 1960 Marcos GT Xylon is being offered for sale this weekend by Silverstone Auctions.

    Sir Jackie Stewart's car

    Only nine Xylons were built by Marcos, which was founded in 1959 by racer Jem Marsh and engineer Frank Costin.

    The auction estimate is between £35,000 and £50,000.

     
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    Commonwealth flotilla 07:07:

    The largest flotilla ever seen on the River Clyde will sail from Greenock to Glasgow later as part of the city's Commonwealth Games celebrations.

    Commonwealth flotilla

    About 250 boats are due to leave from Greenock at 10:00 and arrive at Pacific Quay, home of BBC Scotland, at 13:00.

    Small ships, leisure yachts and clipper and working boats will be taking part.

     
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    Good morning 06:58: Graham Fraser BBC Scotland

    Good morning and welcome to BBC Scotland Live. We'll be here until 23:00 bringing you all the latest news, sport, weather and travel from across the country, including all the action and atmosphere from the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

    Keep in touch and send us your comments and pics via Twitter using #ScotlandLive, by email or by text on 80295.

     

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