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Booked this Sunday: author and journalist Peter Ross

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Award-winning journalist Peter Ross joins presenter Shirley Whiteside this Sunday's "Booked" programme on Pulse 98.4 to talk about his latest collection of non-fiction stories, The Passion of Harry Bingo.

Taking the road less travelled, Ross investigates hidden corners of Scotland where unusual people and traditions still hold sway. Written with warmth and wit.

Booked with Shirley Whiteside, Sunday 20 August at 2.00pm.

PULSE 98.4 PHOTONEWS: Party at the Palace 2017

Pulse 98.4 presenters Gus Michael and Ronny Davies were at Party at the Palace held at Lithlithgow Palace in West Lothian during the weekend of 12-13 August 2017.  Here are a selection of photos taken during the weekend at this very successful festival.

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Royal Regiment of Scotland on Stuart James Afternoon Show

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The Royal Regiment of Scotland are embarking on ex-Lowland Tour which includes doing lots of activities and events in Glasgow and surrounding areas.

Joining Stuart James on the Afternoon Show on Pulse 98.4 on Wednesday 16 August from 2.00pm will be Regimental Sergeant Major Stevie Mains to talk about The Royal Regiment tour and activities.

The Royal Regiment of Scotland is the senior and only Scottish line infantry regiment of the British Army Infantry. It consists of four regular and two reserve battalions, plus an incremental company, each formerly an individual regiment. However, each battalion maintains its former regimental Pipes & Drums to carry on the traditions of their antecedent regiments.

Stuart James Afternoon Show, Wednesday 16 August 2017, 2.00pm on Pulse 98.4

Ronny Davies at Party in the Palace: special today

Ronny Palace 2017Today, Tuesday 15 August, Ronny Davies has on his morning programme on Pulse 98.4 from 10.00am special reports from the weekend's successful Party at the Palace Festival in Lithlithgow, West Lothian.  Ronny was at the two-day event with Gus Michael from the Gus Breakfast Show talking to guests and festival goers alike.

Today's, Tuesday 15 August morning show from 10.00am features interviews from Party at the Palace from Pim and Skin from Hipsway, Stevie McCrorie,  Noisettes, Raintown, Nigel from Dodgy and the featured artist is Lorde.

Glasgow singer-songwriter Amy Macdonald ensured Party at the Palace Festival, held in the Linlithgow Palace grounds, finished with a bang in an explosive closing performance on Sunday night.

The Scots singing sensation rounded off what had been a thoroughly enjoyable weekend for thousand of festival-goers with a mixture of her chart topping songs such as This is the Life, Mr Rock and Roll, new single Dream On and some acoustic toe-tappers.

It was a perfect night for an outdoor festival as families revelled in the warm sunshine on the site which overlooks Linlithgow Palace. Amy's opening song Under Stars set the tone for an entertaining 90 minutes with some pyrotechnics thrown in for good measure. The fans joined in for Down the Water using the light from their phones to create a wonderful luminous scene, before the big finale with Let’s Start a Band paving the way for an explosion of confetti.

For many, the party began much earlier in the day with Bjorn Again, ABBA tribute band, having everyone joining in to all the Swedish group’s classics. Hipsway soon followed before Razorlight – many fans favourite appeared on stage just after 7.00pm.

On the Party at the Palace’s Facebook page Jacqui Wright wrote: “Hipsway and Amy Macdonald highlights of the day, excellent organisation contributed to an excellent event over the two days. Special mention to the guys keeping toilets clean and the litter pickers.”

Pulse 98.4 presenters Gus Michael and Ronny Davies were at Party in the Palace over the weekend and will be reporting on their own programmes on Pulse 98.4

Singer Kate Reid guests on Diana Schad Show


Kate ReidSinger Kate Reid is the guest on Diana Schad's 'Night Nurse' programme on Wednesday 9 August, 10.00pm to 12 midnight on Pulse 98.4  Kate is also music radio presenter with her own 'Mixtape' in her home area at Dunoon CR.  Kate was a member of the Glasgow fierce folk band 'The Scunnered' for some time.

Kate is... a writer, a singer, a sister, a daughter, a teacher, a learner, a listener, a radio presenter, a white beach walker, a box player, an accordiondreamer, a girl-about-town, a country bumpkin, a coffee lover, a Facebook fanatic, a CD freak, an album lover, a tree hugger, a lion tamer, a bear eater, a Guinness drinker and a very big thinker…and more!
Diana Schad 'Night Nurse', Wednesday 9 August 10.00pm-12midnight on Pulse 98.4


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