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03/12/2009

Jim Gellatly brings you archive sessions, interviews and great new music, featuring Jack White, Codeine Velvet Club and The Proclaimers.

RUNNING ORDER

Timings are approximate and given in hours and minutes from the start of the zone.

0.03
VIC GALLOWAY: Underground Scotland (Part 1 of 2)
(First broadcast in 2009)
Vic presents a special edition of his Monday night BBC Radio Scotland programme looking at all the best underground acts to come out of the Scottish music scene.

1.07
THE PROCLAIMERS: Interview taken from Jim Gellatly’s Music Bed
(First broadcast in November 2009)
Jim speaks to Craig and Charlie Reid backstage in Dumfries, and gets them to choose some of their favourite music.

1.30
VIC GALLOWAY: Underground Scotland (Part 1 of 2)

2.31
LITTLE BOOTS: Session taken from the Janice Forsyth show
(First broadcast in May 2009)
Victoria Hesketh aka Little Boots performs a live session, including an electrifying cover version of The Human League’s ‘Don’t You Want Me?’.

2.52
CLASSIC SCOTTISH ALBUMS: The Proclaimers
(First broadcast in 2007)
Davie Scott looks back at the Reid twins’ rapid rise to fame in the mid-eighties, culminating in the release of their debut album ‘This Is The Story’.

3.24
JACK WHITE: Interview taken from the Vic Galloway show
(First broadcast in 2009)
The legendary White Stripes frontman chats to Vic, and chooses some favourite music.

3.54
OUT OF THE HOT SEAT: Alan McGee
(First broadcast in August 2009)
Former Scotland football manager Craig Brown talks to Alan McGee about life out of the limelight.

4.26
SONGLINES: I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)
(First broadcast in 2008)
John Cavanagh gets the story of the iconic song, with contributions from Matt Lucas, David Tennant, Chris Evans – and of course, Craig and Charlie Reid.

5.05
CODEINE VELVET CLUB: Session taken from the Vic Galloway show
(First broadcast in November 2009)
Hear a great session from John Lawler of The Fratellis’ side-project, incorporating singer-songwriter Lou Hickey.

5 hours, 30 minutes

Last on

Thu 3 Dec 2009 00:30
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