Story Of Scottish Pop, The [Radio Scotland]

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Scotland's Alternative Music2018070820190102 (RS)

In the fourth episode of the series Vic Galloway takes a look at Scotland's proud history of alternative & indie music.

Scotland has a strong tradition when it comes to alternative music - from Josef K to the Franz Ferdinand to Teenage Fanclub to The Delgados to Arab Strap - all have made an impression on millions of fans across the world.

Featuring interviews with Alex Kapranos, Emma Pollock, Malcolm Ross (Josef K & Orange Juice), The Rezillos, KT Tunstall, James Graham (Twilight Sad), Kathryn Joseph, Stuart Braithwaite (Mogwai), Aidan Moffat, Gerard love (Teenage Fanclub).

Vic Galloway talks to Scottish musicians who made a mark on alternative and indie music.

Vic Galloway examines the stories behind Scotland's music, featuring pop and rock

Scotland's Dance Music2018070120190101 (RS)

Vic Galloway shakes a glow stick at the music made in Scotland that was made to make you dance.

Listen in as Vic traces the connections between Mylo and Calvin Harris, hears how Soma managed to sign Daft Punk (and let them go again) and what the early days of techno were like in their raw, unadulterated early days.

Featuring interviews with Bobby Gillespie, Calvin Harris, Mylo, Anna Meredith, Eclair Fifi, Slam, JD Twitch, Finitribe, Auntie Flo and The Time Frequency.

Vic Galloway delves into Scotland's music that was made to make you dance.

Vic Galloway examines the stories behind Scotland's music, featuring pop and rock

Scotland's Pop Music2018061720181225 (RS)

Vic Galloway celebrates the story of Scottish pop music to mark the opening of a new exhibit at The National Museum of Scotland.

This week Vic brings together some of the stories of Scotland's pure pop acts that have made an impact across the world. Featuring new interviews with The Proclaimers, Jim Kerr, Tommy Cunningham, KT Tunstall, Pat Kane, Justin Currie, Deacon Blue, Clare Grogan and Alan Gorrie of the Average White Band and Alan Longmuir from the Bay City Rollers.

You'll also hear from Lulu and Annie Lennox as they reflect on Scotland and how it's shaped them and their music.

Vic Galloway celebrates the story of Scottish pop music.

Vic Galloway examines the stories behind Scotland's music, featuring pop and rock

Scotland's Rock Music2018062420181226 (RS)

Vic continues his journey through the stories from Scotland's best pop artists.

This week Vic focuses on rock music. You'll hear interviews with Shirley Manson, Biffy Clyro, Sam McTrusty from Twin Atlantic, Richard Jobson, Honeyblood, Iain Bayne from Runrig Fish & Pete Agnew from Nazareth.

Tune in to hear why Scotland are fundamental to Shirley Manson and Garbage, why Biffy Clyro still love to play in Scotland and why Glasgow and Scotland are essential to the music of Twin Atlantic.

Vic Galloway brings you the stories from Scotland's rock music.

Vic Galloway examines the stories behind Scotland's music, featuring pop and rock

Scotland's Rock Music2018062420181226 (RS)

Vic continues his journey through the stories from Scotland's best pop artists.

This week Vic focuses on rock music. You'll hear interviews with Shirley Manson, Biffy Clyro, Sam McTrusty from Twin Atlantic, Richard Jobson, Honeyblood, Iain Bayne from Runrig Fish & Pete Agnew from Nazareth.

Tune in to hear why Scotland are fundamental to Shirley Manson and Garbage, why Biffy Clyro still love to play in Scotland and why Glasgow and Scotland are essential to the music of Twin Atlantic.

Vic Galloway brings you the stories from Scotland's rock music.

Vic Galloway examines the stories behind Scotland's music, featuring pop and rock

Scotland's Rock Music20180624

Vic Galloway brings you the stories from Scotland's rock music.

Vic Galloway examines the stories behind Scotland's music, featuring pop and rock

Vic continues his journey through the stories from Scotland's best pop artists.

This week Vic focuses on rock music. You'll hear interviews with Shirley Manson, Biffy Clyro, Sam McTrusty from Twin Atlantic, Richard Jobson, Honeyblood, Iain Bayne from Runrig Fish & Pete Agnew from Nazareth.

Tune in to hear why Scotland are fundamental to Shirley Manson and Garbage, why Biffy Clyro still love to play in Scotland and why Glasgow and Scotland are essential to the music of Twin Atlantic.