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Live from BBC at the Quay in Glasgow.

Simple Minds, Paloma Faith, Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott play live for Ken before an invited audience in Glasgow ahead of the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Simple Minds, Paloma Faith, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott and The Red Hot Chilli Pipers play live in Glasgow ahead of the 2014 Commonwealth Games for Ken before an invited audience as part of BBC at the Quay. Also joining Ken will be broadcaster Fred MacAulay chatting about the Glaswegian character as well as what the city has to offer. Plus ahead of this evening's Opening Ceremony, sports journalist Brian Oliver looks back at some of the more memorable moments of previous games.

2 hours, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Edwyn Collins

    A Girl Like You

    • The All Time Greatest Movie Songs.
    • Columbia/Sony Tv.
  • Vangelis

    Chariots of Fire

    • Moods (Various Artists).
    • Virgin.
  • Travis

    Flowers In The Window

    • (CD Single).
    • Independiente.
  • Record Of The Week

    • Saint Motel

      My Type

      • (CD Single).
      • Parlophone.
      • 001.
  • Del Amitri

    Always The Last To Know

    • Now 1992 (Various Artists).
    • Now.
  • Eurythmics

    Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)

    • Our Friends Electric (Various Artists.
    • Telstar.
  • Dire Straits

    Lady Writer

    • Sultans Of Swing - Best Of Dire Straits.
    • Vertigo.
  • Album Of The Week

    • Eric Clapton & Tom Petty

      Rock And Roll Records

      • The Breeze: An Appreciation of JJ Cale.
      • Polydor.
      • 2.

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