Balnacra Arts by Vicky Stonebridge

Two lochs Radio- Sunday Brunch

Today was my Radio Debut. Mike and Graham from Gairlochs’ Two lochs Radio station were kind enough to invite me onto their ‘Sunday Brunch’ programme to talk about being a community Fire fighter. Apparently this is the UK’s smallest radio station, the tiny building stands overlooking the scenic Loch Gairloch. Inside I was pretty impressed with the technical gadgetry, all the more surreal watching a hawk feet away outside the window during the programme.

I was a wee bit intimidated by the Microphones at first, especially as the show was live. However a few firefighting questions and a couple of shameless plugs for my website later and I was quite at home.

The really indulgent bit was that I’d been asked to select my 4 favorite songs to play, it was a real kick to hear those playing out !  The programme was available live over the internet as well as on traditional radio.
Its in no way a definitive list, but I’d selected a representational radio appropriate cross section. These were;
Pearl Jam – Alive  which is an emotional one for me, more so after seeing them live at the o2 this summer.
Audioslave-Cochise Chris’s vocals & Tom’s guitar? wow! the lyrics are also important to me.
Tom Petty – Saving Grace, what an evocative poignant song- a real road song.
Steve Earle- City of Immigrants, particularily topical this week after the Question Time debacle, We saw Steve Earle at Belfast in September, a powerful political & moving performance.
So check out Two Lochs Radio, and Thanks to Mike & Graham for asking me on.
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