First and foremost - welcome to the Scot FM web site. The regulars will be aware that the site has not been updated since January, for the plain and simple reason that we have been inundated with work on other projects. The site should get a major update sometime in the summer.
April saw Scot FM take a new direction, with a schedule revamp and change of image. Coming in from Clyde One FM are Gary Marshall (Breakfast) and Dougie Jackson (Mid-morning), and new Drivetime host, Donnie Huhges of Forth FM.
Mark McKenize finds himself back on 6:30pm - 10pm and Fat Boab returns to his old haunt of 10pm until 1am for the phone-in/talk show. Glen Campbell, formally of In House Radio Productions, finds himself as head of news and with a weekday 90 minute news programme.
Mike Riddoch moves from Drivetime to the Sunday afternoon slot, and Steve Jack moves from his weekday evening slot to weekends. Kenny Hutchison, Dave Yo Hanson and Gerry Delaney retain their usual shows and Jenny Farrish lands the weekend love machine.
Leaving Scot FM are Alan Tyler from Breakfast and Terry McGeadie, host of the late night phone-in. Both are pursuing other aspects of their career, and we wish them all the best.
Responsible for much of the change is the new head of programming, John Collins, formally of IRG sister station 96.3 - Q FM (Paisley). John replaces Jeff Graham who has taken a new position with station owners, the Independent Radio Group.
Unfortunately we cannot reply to every email received, nor can we give personal details about past or present staff. Please keep your comments coming - we do read each and every one of them, and ensure that the air team see your feedback.