Blog highlights: June 2010
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June was another busy month on BBC Radio Scotland and here are some of the highlights as featured on the BBC Radio Scotland blog...
A brand new series of Swots broadcast on the station featuring Miles Jupp as headmaster and Susan Morrison as school secretary. We were there for all the recordings to take photos and film some behind the scenes action.
Photographs taken at the recording of Swots at the CCA, Glasgow, June 2010.
Annabelle Chvostek in Studio 1, BBC Scotland, June 2010 recording a session for Another Country with Ricky Ross.
Edith Bowman began a six week series of her album show, and Davie Scott's Classic Scottish albums continued with features on Big Country's "The Crossing" and The Jesus and Mary Chain "From Westwood to Hollywood".
The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra celebrated its 75th anniversary and the Young Jazz Musician of the Year took place at the Old Fruitmarket.
There were two other big events in June. The World Cup took place over in South Africa, and although Scotland weren't represented on the field, there was a fair amount of coverage on the station, not least about the summer craze of the Vuvuzela which Sports Report presenter Liam McLeod tried out for us.
The other major event was the Royal Highland Show from Ingliston. BBC Radio Scotland had a large presence at the show this year with many shows coming live from the grounds including MacAulay and Co, Brian Taylor's Big Debate and Janice Forsyth. We were there to take photos of all the programmes, exhibitions and animals.
And, finally the Cybermen visited BBC Scotland at Pacific Quay.