Rutherglen on radio
Writer Dorothy Connor was a guest on the Cat Gibson show on Camglen Radio last week to read Rutherglen poems and tell stories about the town.
She also paid tribute to the men of the Forgotten Army, a number of whom were locals, on the 70th anniversary of the surrender by Japan on September 12, 1945.
Dorothy said:“It was my pleasure to be invited onto Cat’s show once again and an honour and privilege to be asked to read a tribute.
“Camglen is a great local radio station, run by volunteers who work so hard and give up their free time both on air and behind the scenes.
“Cat in particular does so much research for her show and picks such great music every week, that I always put those two hours aside to listen in to the interesting interviews and fascinating facts and to sing and dance along to the music. “I wouldn’t miss it!” The radio station can be found online at camglenradio.org or 107.9FM. The Cat Gibson show is Wednesday lunchtime from 11am till 1pm.
Radio Ga Ga Dorothy Connor with Camglen presenter Cat Gibson