In the hot seat

Rutherglen Reformer - - Election Special -

Con­ser­va­tive can­di­date Tay­lor Muir was in the hot seat last week.

He was the first to be in­ter­viewed live on Camglen Ra­dio in the lead up to the elec­tion.

Hosted by Bob Rowatt, the“Count­down to Holy­rood” show will fea­ture one of the can­di­dates be­ing grilled on air from 1-2pm ev­ery Fri­day through­out April.

Robert Brown will be up next on April 8, fol­lowed by James Kelly on April 15 and Clare Haughey on April 22.

All shows will be re­peated the fol­low­ing Tues­day, 9pm-10pm, and will also be avail­able again via cam­glen­ra­dio. org web­site. The show fi­nale will be from the hus­tings at Burn­side/ Blair­beth Church on April 28. This record­ing will be broad­cast on the sta­tion on Fri­day April 29, 1-3pm, and re­peated on May 3 from 9-11pm.

Sta­tion Co­or­di­na­tor Tam Curry, said:“Be­ing the lo­cal ra­dio sta­tion for Cam­bus­lang and Ruther­glen it is im­por­tant to be a plat­form for de­bate and dis­cus­sion and, or course, lo­cal pol­i­tics.”

Any ques­tions for a lo­cal can­di­date should be posted on CamGlen Ra­dio’s Face­book page.

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