Episode 6 Hardeep Singh Kohli

Episode Six - Hardeep Singh Kohli

We all have days we'll never forget.

Hardeep presents the final episode of the series, featuring his selection of true stories submitted to the programme and read by the authors.


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About Days Like This

Days Like This is a project run by BBC Radio Scotland and Scottish Book Trust. We asked you to tell us about an important day in your life.

It could have been the day you didn't get married. The day you made the best (or worst) decision of your life. It might have been a day that still makes you smile, or cry. If your story is true, and took place on a single day, we asked you to get in touch.

Our celebrity presenters are making a personal selection of stories to feature in some special programmes on Radio Scotland.

From Wednesday January 14, the first of six programmes will be broadcast weekly at 1130.

Days Like This - because we all have days we'll never forget.

14th January - Evelyn Glennie.

21st January - Jamie Andrew.

28th January - Irvine Welsh.

04th February - Siobhan Redmond.

11th February - Roddy Woomble.

18th February - Hardeep Singh Kohli.

Episode 5 with Roddy Woomble

Episode Five - Roddy Woomble

We all have days we'll never forget.

Roddy presents the fifth episode in a new series, featuring his selection of true stories submitted to the programme and read by the authors.


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Episode 4 with Siobhan Redmond

Episode four - Siobhan Redmond

4th February

Siobhan presents the fourth episode in a new series, featuring his selection of true stories submitted to the programme and read by the authors.


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Listen to The Doll with the China Head by Vicki Feaver.

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Episode 3 presented by Irvine Welsh

Episode three - Irvine Welsh

28th January

Irvine Welsh presents the Third episode in a new series, featuring his selection of true stories submitted to the programme and read by the authors.


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Listen to Donald, where's yer troosers, by Donald MacDonald.

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Listen to Grannies Remedy, by Peter Howden.

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Episode 2 presented by Jamie Andrew

Episode two - Jamie Andrew

21st January

Jamie Andrew presents the second episode in a new series, featuring his selection of true stories submitted to the programme and read by the authors.


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Listen to Just Another Sunday, by Duncan Winning.

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Episode 1 presented by Evelyn Glennie

Episode One - Christmas Past

14th January

Evelyn Glennie presents the first in a new series, featuring her selection of true stories submitted to the programme and read by the authors.


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Listen to Journey through The Centre Of The Earth, by Matthew Winter.

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Special Christmas edition

Episode One - Christmas Past

Gary Robertson and Isabel Fraser present a special edition of Days Like This on December 25. Christmas stories are the focus and you can hear listeners' stories from years past.

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Listen to My Career and Santa's Role in it, by Anne Fielding.

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Submit Your Story

Submit your story

The submission deadline for the Days Like This programmes and the book has past. But if you've been inspired the Scottish Book Trust still wants to hear from you – just visit their website.

Celebrity Presenters

Hardeep Singh Kohli

Hardeep Singh Kohli

Roddy Woomble

Roddy Woomble

Evelyn Glennie

Evelyn Glennie

Jamie Andrew

Jamie Andrew

Irvine Welsh

Irvine Welsh

Siobhan Redmond

Siobhan Redmond

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