Ruther­glen on ra­dio

Rutherglen Reformer - - Chef’s Corner - Staff re­porter

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

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