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Programme starts at 12:00 midday on Sunday 25th February 2018
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Guests on this week’s Full Scottish are Tom Arthur MSP and presenter of our new music programme, Here and Now, singer songwriter, Katee Kross.
Tom Arthur was elected to the Scottish Parliament in May 2016 as the constituency MSP for Renfrewshire South. He is a member of the Economy, Jobs and Fair Work Committee; the Standards, Procedures and Public Appoints Committee; and convenes a Private Bill Committee. He is a previous member of the Health and Sport Committee and two Private Bill Committees. He has also served as Parliamentary Liaison Office to the Cabinet Secretary for Health and the Cabinet Secretary for Justice.
Born in Paisley in 1985, Tom was raised and educated in Barrhead where he attended Cross Arthurlie Primary and Barrhead High School, before going on to the University of Glasgow where he completed a BMus (hons) and MMus. After graduating, Tom worked as a freelance piano teacher and keyboar player, performing across Scotland.
Having had a longstanding interest in politics, Tom first became politically active during the 2007 Scottish Parliament Elections before joining the SNP in November 2009. He lives locally with his wife and outside of politics enjoys reading, travelling and music.
Bishopbriggs’ singer songwriter, Katee Kross is the presenter of Broadcasting Scotland’s new music programme, Here and Now. Katee Kross has been making a name for herself in the Scottish music scene and has supported big name acts such as, Dougie MacLean, Barbara Dickson, Karine Polwart, James Grant, John Doyle, Findlay Napier and Tony McManus and the legendary Seasick Steve.
Katee has written and released two full length albums. The first called ‘Beautiful Dreamer’ was released on the 26th March 2016. This albums shows of Katee’s songwriting abilities and is described as a country/pop album. The second album – ‘Don’t Fade To Grey’ is a progression of the first album and shows how Katee have matured as a songwriter. Again this album is described as a country/pop album.
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