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  1. Spandau Ballet star joins us tonight on #RiversideShow

    Eighties legend Tony Hadley will perform live on #RiversideShow tonight. We'll also be chatting to the singer of hits such as 'True' and 'Gold' about his upcoming concert at the Royal Concert Hall on October 14.

    Tune in from 7pm on Virgin 159, Sky 117 and Freeview channel 23.

    Play 'Spandau Ballet - True'
    via YOUTUBE
  2. Yes and No supporters come together on Buchanan Street

    Our reporter Tom Collins is on Buchanan Street steps where a rally is taking place to 'promote peace between Yes and No voters.'

    The rally was organised by Jordan Daly, a politics student at Glasgow University and Caitlin Rennie a psychology student in Stirling, both 19 years old.

    Tom Spirals is providing music for the #reunitescotland rally on Buchanan Street steps. @stvglasgow

    Tom Collins

    via Twitter
  3. Catch up on the latest news with Kelly-Ann Woodland

    This afternoon's top stories include that David Cameron has gathered senior MPs at his official country retreat to consider his plan to restrict the voting rights of Scottish MPs in the Commons.

    via STV
  4. A new Social Bite arrives on Bothwell Street on Wednesday

    The quality sandwich shop that gives 100 percent of its profits to charity is opening a new store on Bothwell Street this Wednesday.

    The social enterprise also provides a suspended meals service for homeless people and makes up a quarter of its workforce with people who have been homeless at one stage in their lives.

  5. Southside foodbank appeals for donations

    The South East Foodbank, which runs from Govanhill Elim Church, with another branch at Netherauldhouse Evangelical Church have organised a collection on October 4 at the Sainsburys on Clarkston Road from 9am until 5pm.

    South foodbank pleads for ongoing donations

    South foodbank pleads for ongoing donations

  6. Punters gamble more than £10m on independence referendum

    One lucky individual scooped more than £1m after placing his cash on a no vote, according to bookies.

    REPORT BY: David Bateman

  7. Ubiquitous Chip raise a glass (or four) of Eberle in October

    If you're a wine lover then this event at the Chip is for you. They are hosting an evening with Rob Flory on October 15, with five courses perfectly matched with four wines from one of California's most up and coming wine regions, the Paso Robles.

  8. Nicola Sturgeon is bookies favourite to succeed Salmond

    Glasgow's MSP for the Southside Nicola Sturgeon is tipped as the favourite to take over when Salmond formally resigns as First Minister at the SNP's conference between November 13 and 15.

    Nicola Sturgeon bookies favourite to succeed Alex Salmond as First Min

    Nicola Sturgeon bookies favourite to succeed Alex Salmond as First Min

    via STV
  9. Pop-up outdoor cinema taking over Candleriggs Square

    The brains behind the fiendishly popular pop-up Fish Plaice are flipping to free films. The three-day movie mash up kicks off tonight. Here's the low down.

    REPORT BY: Laura Smith

  10. Impact Arts fundraiser at the Briggait this Thursday

    Turner Prize nominee, David Shrigley has curated a selection of 200 life drawings to be exhibited in the courtyard at the Briggait and then sold off in a fundraising auction for The Young Gallery, Art Therapy Programme on Thursday.

    Impact Arts News

    Impact Arts News

  11. Glasgow Food Geek takes on Bar Bloc's Durty burger

    'When it arrived it was big, sloppy and messy, and looked freakin' awesome!'

    Read on for her verdict on the Grilled 6oz beef patty topped with Smiths bacon fries, trailer trash cheese, homemade burger relish, sweet pickles and the bar's Durty burger gravy.

    Bar Bloc

    Bar Bloc

  12. For jigs and reels, fun and friendship, check this out

    A new group has been formed by Glasgow locals for anyone who loves a ceilidh.

    It's a group for people across the city to go along to various ceilidh nights across the year, share a drink and make new pals. Are you dancing?

    @STVGlasgow calling all ceilidh dancers! We've created a group to encourage folk to join in!


    via Twitter
  13. Armed police attend 'ongoing incident' as Boyd Street sealed off

    The street was sealed off as armed officers surrounded a tenement building in Govanhill at 11.20am.

    Armed police attend 'ongoing incident' as city street sealed off

    Armed police attend 'ongoing incident' as city street sealed off

    via STV
  14. Hundreds turn out at Victoria Park to protest against loss of green space

    On #RiversideShow tonight we're joined by Friends of Victoria Park to talk about their campaign to prevent Glasgow City Council leasing part of the park for commercial use.

    Read more about how the lease of the space to a pub, restaurant or garden centre could generate funds for Glasgow City Council and about the protest on Sunday here from the Evening Times.

  15. Get away for a break in the Deal of the Day

    Pay just £49 instead of £109 for an overnight B&B stay for two in a superior double room including glass of wine on arrival or £89 instead of £208 to add an extra night of B&B at Letterfinlay Lodge Hotel on the banks of Loch Lochy. That's a saving of up to 57%.

    Letterfinlay Lodge getaway, Loch Lochy - £49

    Letterfinlay Lodge getaway, Loch Lochy - £49

    via ITISON
  16. Alan McGee's label launches the Creation Sessions at Sleazy's

    The man who found Oasis (while watching them at King Tut's in 1993) continues his quest to showcase new bands.

    Very pleased to announce the 2nd CREATION SESSIONS GLASGOW event. This one will be during the day @nice_n_sleazy - Px

    Pete MacLeod

    via Twitter
  17. See Gregory's Girl and Local Hero free at Merchant City Movies

    Tonight sees the first double-screening at Candleriggs Square, from the team behind the Fish Plaice Pop-up.

    Merchant City Movies - Monday Night Double Bill - Local Hero & Gregory

    Merchant City Movies - Monday Night Double Bill - Local Hero & Gregory

  18. The boys are back – did Still Game live up to expectations?

    Did Jack and Victor get the laughs everyone hoped they would? Here's the fan reaction from the opening weekend at the SSE Hydro.

    REPORT BY: David Bateman

  19. Haile Gebrselassie returning to Glasgow

    He's still the world's greatest distance runner. And at the age of 41, he's determined not to let go of his Great Scottish Run title in Glasgow next month.

    Distance runner Haile Gebrselassie can't wait to defend Great Scottish Run title in Glasgow

    The Daily Record

    via Twitter
  20. The Briggait announces 30 local artists for new exhibition

    After an open call for submissions earlier this year. the Yaka art collective has whittled them down to 30 for a big display across four venues later this year. Find out who's taking part here.

    SO IT IS exhibition: Selected artists announced! #YAKA #SOITIS @waspsstudios @GSAExhibitions @CenSta @CreativeScots !

    YAKA Collective

    via Twitter
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