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  1. Have you heard of the Facebook page Overheard in the West End?

    Of course you have but did you know it was inspired by a song by our house band tonight on Riverside Show? Unfortunately that song has one too many cheeky words for broadcast, but this one is just as good. We leave you with the Girobabies singing Ramp up the Theatre.

    And if you love them as much as we do you can see them for free this Friday night at Siempre Bicycle Cafe.

  2. Glasgow Youth Film Festival celebrates seventh year

    The Glasgow Youth Film Festival features an ambitious selection of films all selected by a group of young people with an interest in cinema who, over the past six months, have been hard at work putting together this year’s line-up of films making it the only festival of its kind in Europe where young people are involved at all stages of the festival’s production.

    Glasgow Youth Film Festival growing up and going solo

    Glasgow Youth Film Festival growing up and going solo

    via STV GLASGOW
  3. 100 days until the general election as main parties tied in polls

    With a hundred days to the UK general election David Cameron and Ed Miliband need to battle it out for every single vote. Polls suggest neither Labour or the Conservatives will win a majority of seats and that the SNP may hold the balance of power in a hung parliament.

    Catch-up with more of the latest headline with the STV News at six.

    via STV
  4. Would you get married in the Barrowlands?

    Paolo, Biffy and Calvin have all graced its boards but would it do for your wedding? Tonight on the Riverside Show.

  5. World champion Gary Anderson opens darts club at school

    The Evening Times reports that world champion darts player Gary Anderson has opened a darts club at Bannerman High School in Glasgow.

    World champion Gary Anderson opens darts club at school

    World champion Gary Anderson opens darts club at school

    via EVENING TIMES
  6. Three Bears say Rangers rescue bid came up against 'inappropriate' demands

    The "Three Bears" consortium which lost out in a bid to provide emergency funding to Rangers have hit out at the club's board, saying their offer came up against "inappropriate" demands.

    Three Bears say Rangers rescue bid came up against 'inappropriate' dem

    Three Bears say Rangers rescue bid came up against 'inappropriate' dem

    via STV SPORT
  7. Enjoy a private dining experience in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £269 instead of £542 for a private dining experience for 10 people at Tempus in the four star Grand Central Hotel including canapés, three-course meal, half a bottle of wine each and tea or coffee with tablet. That's a saving of 50%.

    Grand Central Hotel private dining

    Grand Central Hotel private dining

    via ITISON
  8. AC/DC busking sensation Kris on highway to Hampden

    Twelve-year-old Kris McDowall has wowed crowds on Buchanan Street and now he is hoping to take centre stage with his rock idols.

    [Read more]

  9. Candle lit by Holocaust survivor as nation marks memorial day

    Ela Weissberger visited Ayr as pupils marked 70th anniversary of liberation of Auschwitz.

    Candle lit by Holocaust survivor as nation marks memorial day

    Candle lit by Holocaust survivor as nation marks memorial day

    via STV NEWS
  10. Paolo, Biffy and Calvin have all graced its boards but would it do for your wedding?

    One Scots couple were inspired by a Doors Open day tour to have their wedding reception in the iconic venue, The Barrowlands.

    Read more in the link below.

    Scots couple host first ever wedding reception in legendary Barrowland

    Scots couple host first ever wedding reception in legendary Barrowland

    via DAILYRECORD
  11. Rugby star fined after Batman and Tweedledee have Halloween ruck

    Ryan Wilson told 'Leave it Batman' after assaulting Gavin Quinn and Ally Maclay in city kebab shop.

    Rugby star fined after Batman and Tweedledee have Halloween ruck

    Rugby star fined after Batman and Tweedledee have Halloween ruck

    via STV NEWS
  12. Linthouse locals start petition against the loss of their cherry trees

    New fast link bus routes through Govan to the South Glasgow University Hospital are the cause of great concern for Linthouse locals. Not only are they worried parking charges will affect the local independent stores, they are also worried about precious cherry blossom trees which are being threatened by the new bus routes.

    Consequently, they have established a petition to prevent their loss. The petition reads:"The imminent arrival of Fastlink it seems four trees are due for the chop. This would be a massive loss for the Govan area. Evidence of proper consultation with local people on this subject is not readily available."

    Glasgow City Council and Fastlink: Fastlink Govan - Save the Linthouse

    Glasgow City Council and Fastlink: Fastlink Govan - Save the Linthouse

    via CHANGE.ORG
  13. Take a whirlwind tour of Celtic Connections top venues with Jim Gellatly

    Over the Celtic Connections Festival we often sit in venues filled with history but have very little knowledge as to what its is.

    That's where Walking Heads come in - take a listen to their short tour with Jim Gellately.

    City Halls: Celtic Connections Whirlwind tour by WalkingHeads

    City Halls: Celtic Connections Whirlwind tour by WalkingHeads

    via SOUNDCLOUD
  14. Waitrose to create local jobs with new store in Milngavie

    The grocer plans to open seven new supermarkets and seven convenience shops across the UK from spring this year. Milngavie is top of its list, of course.

    Waitrose to open new Scottish store as it plans to create 2000 jobs

    Waitrose to open new Scottish store as it plans to create 2000 jobs

    via STV NEWS
  15. Neville Watson shares his favourite Glasgow beats ahead of solo Subculture debut

    Neville Watson explains ahead of his solo Sub Club debut why "as a sassenach DJ I will automatically check any new record or label that comes out of Glasgow like some people do with Detroit."

    It's only a fiver to get into Sub Club before midnight this Saturday.

    Neville Watson's Glasgow Anthems

    Neville Watson's Glasgow Anthems

    via SUBCLUB
  16. Tea for a Tenner: Winter salad with wood pigeon and pickles

    Shaun Molloy and Cameron Roxburgh from food co-operative Gasto Punx show us an easy way to cook wood pigeon on The Riverside Show .

    [read more]

  17. 67% of Glaswegians don't write letters and are more likely to tweet

    A new survey has revealed that 67% of Glaswegians don't write letters, and those who do write letters tend to only write about one a month.

    According to Pen Heaven, Glasgow's 18-24 year olds are likely to have sent 27 tweets for each letter sent a month.

    Read more from the Daily record here.

    Glasgow tweets more than it writes proper letters - go and put pen to

    Glasgow tweets more than it writes proper letters - go and put pen to

    via DAILYRECORD
  18. Classic car drivers to leave Paisley for 1600 mile rally to Monaco

    Dozens of cars including Lancias, Triumphs and Porsches will set off as part of the 104th Monte Carlo Classic Rally

    Classic car drivers to leave Paisley for 1600 mile rally to Monaco

    Classic car drivers to leave Paisley for 1600 mile rally to Monaco

    via STV NEWS
  19. Journey back to the waves: 'I couldn't look at the water without crying'

    Scottish surfing champion Dianne Ripoll beat the odds returning to the sport she loved after a devastating neck injury.

    Here's her story.

  20. Glasgow Lord Provost's Burns Supper is Great Chieftain of all suppers

    Glasgow City Council's Lord Provost Burns Supper set the world record last Friday as the biggest Burn Supper ever held in the world with 645 guests in attendance.

    The evening also broke a personal record for the council in accumulating the amount of money raised over the years to over £1m.

    The Lord Provost Sadie Docherty said: "I'm thrilled my Burns Supper proved to be a record- breaker on two counts. We smashed the million pound mark and earned our place in the Guinness World Records for hosting the world's largest Burns Supper."

    Lord Provost's Burns supper is a double record breaker

    Lord Provost's Burns supper is a double record breaker

    via GLASGOW
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