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  1. Drama starts tonight starring Downton's Joanne Frogatt

    If you're looking for an alternative to tonight's #ScotDecides debate, tune into STV Glasgow at 9pm for the start of psychological drama Missing. Filmed in Glasgow it stars Rab C. Nesbitt's Gregor Fisher and Joanne Froggatt, best known as Anna from Downton Abbey.

    Missing: thrilling drama on STV Glasgow with Downton's Joanne Froggatt

    Missing: thrilling drama on STV Glasgow with Downton's Joanne Froggatt

    via STV
  2. Celtic hope to have John Guidetti's transfer approved today

    They have now contacted the SPFL and gained approval for the player to be registered for domestic competition if all the formalities are completed with FIFA, who govern all international transfers.

    Celtic make moves to have John Guidetti transfer approved by FIFA

    Celtic make moves to have John Guidetti transfer approved by FIFA

    via STV
  3. Mother and her three children reported missing from Pollok

    Kirstine Pikse and her young family were reported missing after they were last seen on Brockburn Road in the Pollok area last week.

    Hunt launched as mother and three young children missing for week

    Hunt launched as mother and three young children missing for week

    via STV
  4. The big draw for this event is The Big Draw itself

    Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum will be the host of the drawing day on October 18 and 19, as part of a partnership with the RSPB.

    The Big Draw: Its Our World at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Gla

    The Big Draw: Its Our World at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Gla

    via WHATSONGLASGOW
  5. INDY REF: 'What's the point of STV's town hall debate?'

    STV News' political reporter Stephen Daisley previews tonight's debate which you can watch on STV from 8pm.

    Stephen Daisley: A debate that could provide light as well as heat

    Stephen Daisley: A debate that could provide light as well as heat

    via STV
  6. Architects build on Glasgow Games momentum with 440-mile charity cycle

    Even architects fall on hard times. So a team of them are taking to their bikes to help those who are suddenly jobless, ill or in dire straits.

    REPORT BY: Pamela Tulloch

  7. Watch this afternoon's STV News with Kelly-Ann Woodland

    A new poll suggests support for independence has risen by eight percent in a month.

    via STV
  8. Not get Frankie Boyle tickets? Don't worry, here's a back-up plan

    Call this number to join the Box Office waiting list just in case someone else can't make it. If you already have tickets but can't make it then please return them to the theatre.

    @Sparkle__Monkey @STVGlasgow We're taking a waiting list at Box Office for both shows in case of returns, call 0141 552 4267. #FrankieBoyle

    TRON THEATRE

    @TronTheatre
    via Twitter
  9. Celtic fined 20,000 euros for display of Palestinian flags

    St Johnstone have also been fined for breaching UEFA Rule 16 (2) (e), with both clubs informed verbally of the decision by the European football governing body.

    Celtic and St Johnstone fined by UEFA over flags at European matches

    Celtic and St Johnstone fined by UEFA over flags at European matches

    via STV
  10. Watch the weather forecast for the rest of the day

    STV presenter Sean Batty is here as usual with the latest update, taking time out from his training for this weekend's Pedal For Scotland. We hope the weather gets better for Sunday!

    via STV
  11. What would you do with 36 hours in Glasgow?

    The New York Times spent 36 hours in the city at the end of August and it's got us thinking: as a native Glasgwegian, what would you recommend to a tourist or visitor if they only had 36 hours in our fine city?

    Tonight on #RiversideShow we chat to Fritzie Andrade, the producer of the video about his time here and ask him what he now thinks of Glasgow.

    Video: 36 Hours in Glasgow

    Video: 36 Hours in Glasgow

    via NYTIMES
  12. Hit the road in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £189 instead of up to £390 for three nights hire of a motorhome sleeping up to six or £399 instead of up to £890 for seven nights hire from Rolling Homes in Kilmarnock. That's a saving of up to 55%.

    Motorhome hire for up to 6 people

    Motorhome hire for up to 6 people

    via ITISON
  13. Help your business boom with a few lessons on Facebook

    That's just one subject on the agenda at this business workshop run by Glasgow Business Network later this month. You'll also get help generating an online presence with a few lessons on things like Google and blogging.

    Glasgow Business Network

    Glasgow Business Network

    via MEETUP
  14. Don't panic if you see barefooted fashionistas in Kelvingrove

    They're likely modelling for the Born On Main Street photo shoot, a brand combining classic vintage with modern designs. You can check out their Instagram page using @bornonmainstreet

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  15. Highlights from the Sunday Roast Scottish heat

    Did you catch this at Bellcraig Community Centre over the weekend?

    Play 'FSTV | Sunday Roast 2014 | Glasgow | Semi | Boban vs Gribsy'
    via YOUTUBE
  16. Here's a treat for country fans before No Mean City continues

    This Friday Willie Watson takes to the stage at the CCA as part of the No Mean City festival - but you can catch a soulful snippet of the country singer here first.

    Play 'Willie Watson - James Alley Blues - Audiotree Live'
    via YOUTUBE
  17. Ajmal Mushtaq is recognisable, not just as Chef of the Year

    The Hamilton chef was on The Riverside Show last week doing our Tea for a Tenner segment and now he has been crowned king at the Asian Cuisine Awards. Great to know we were sampling award winning grub.

    National triumph for local Indian restaurant

    National triumph for local Indian restaurant

    via ALLMEDIASCOTLAND
  18. Is that Jason Mraz we're hearing on The Riverside Show?

    Not exactly, but we'd forgive you for thinking it. You can catch Matt Comely at the O2 ABC on October 30, but in the mean time here he is on The Riverside Show performing My Mother.

    via STV
  19. Calling all Glasgow thrill-seekers: fancy zip-wiring across the Clyde?

    There's a limited number of places left for this charity zip slide organised by Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research on September 14. Click through to find out how to sign up.

    Zip Slide Across The Clyde 2014

    Zip Slide Across The Clyde 2014

    via LEUKAEMIALYMPHOMARESEARCH
  20. Ban on driving on Nelson Mandela Place makes £800,000

    The bus lane at the busy city centre junction has made over £800,000 in fines in just two months. STV News have the full story.

    Drivers hit with £800,000 in bus lane fines at junction in two months

    Drivers hit with £800,000 in bus lane fines at junction in two months

    via STV
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