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Scotland at 7 2019

Scotland at 7 – 12/08/2019

Welcome to Scotland at 7 Scotland at 7 starts at 7:00 PM on Monday 12th August 2019   Scotland at 7 is a new regular nightly news and current affairs programme for Scotland.     Broadcasting Scotland is a new broadcaster for Scotland, producing programmes from a Scottish perspective, targeting audiences, inside Scotland and beyond. […]

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Full Scottish 2019

Full Scottish – 16/06/2019

Welcome to the Full Scottish live from our Cowcaddens Studio in Glasgow. Programme starts at 12:00 midday on Sunday 16th June 2019   Our guests on this week’s Full Scottish, are Maggie Lennon, Director of the Bridges Programmes and Chris Stephens, SNP MP for Glasgow South West. The tory leadership contest is down to 6, […]

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Full Scottish 2019

Full Scottish – 21/04/2019

Welcome to your Full Scottish, live from our Cowcaddens studio in Glasgow. Full Scottish programme starts at 3:00 PM on Sunday 21st April 2019   We hope you are enjoying this fantastic Easter weather and hopefully not over-indulging on the Easter eggs. Actually, you can over-indulge if you like, we are talking about chocolate after […]

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Full Scottish 2018

Full Scottish – 19/08/2018

Welcome to your Full Scottish, live from our Cowcaddens studio in Glasgow. Full Scottish programme starts at 12:00 on Sunday 19th August 2018   On the Full Scottish this week, Naina Bhardfwaj’s guests are Chris Stephens, SNP MP for Glasgow South West and Cllr Lisa-Marie Hughes, SNP councillor for Renfrew North and Braehead. This week […]

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Full Scottish 2018

Full Scottish – 22/04/2018

Welcome to your Full Scottish, from our Cowcaddens Studio in Glasgow. Full Scottish programme starts at 12:00 midday on Sunday 22nd April 2018   This week, while Richard and Suzanne are off on a weekend break, the Full Scottish will be presented by Cameron Archibald. Cameron’s guests this week are former Labour spin doctor, Simon […]

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