1152 Clyde 2
Clyde 2
Broadcast area Glasgow and West Central Scotland
Slogan One great song after another
Frequency 1152 kHz,
First air date 31 December 1973
Format Easy listening
Audience share 5.5% (March 2011, [1])
Owner Bauer Radio
Website www.clyde2.com

1152 Clyde 2 is a UK radio station that broadcasts to Glasgow and West Central Scotland. The station broadcasts contemporary easy listening music as well as specialist and sports programming, mainly football.

A new programming schedule was introduced on Monday 15 June 2009, consisting mostly of programming simulcast with Bauer's other AM stations in Scotland - Forth 2 from Edinburgh, Northsound 2 from Aberdeen, Tay AM from Dundee and West Sound from Ayr.[1] Clyde 2 local programming is now restricted to breakfast shows, news bulletins, sports coverage and some specialist programming although the station also produces some networked output.

Contents

History

Programming

Weekdays

Time Main presenter(s)/programme Location
0100 – 0600 Non Stop Clyde 2 (automated) Glasgow
0600 – 1000 Mike Riddoch
1000 – 1400 Ally Ballingall Dundee
1400 – 1800 Gary Marshall Glasgow
1800 - 2200 Darren Adam Edinburgh
2200 – 0100 Jim Symon Glasgow

Friday variations

Time Main presenter/programme Location
2200 - 0200 Jim Symon Glasgow

Saturday

Time Main presenter(s)/programme Location
0200 – 0700 Non Stop Clyde 2 (automated) Glasgow
0700 - 1000 Gary Marshall
1000 – 1200 Dean Park
1200 - 1800 Superscoreboard (simulcast with Clyde 1)
1800 - 2200 Alan Edwards
2200 - 0100 Richard Allan

Sunday

Time Main presenter(s)/programme Location
0100 – 0700 Non Stop Clyde 2 (automated) Glasgow
0700 – 0800 Down to Earth: Alan Sorensen
0800 - 1100 Mike Riddoch
1100 - 1400 Dean Park
1400 - 1800 Tom Ferrie
1800 - 2200 Bily Sloan
2200 - 0100 Jim Symon

News and Sport staff

Editor
Lorraine Herbison

Senior Reporter
Rob Waller

Broadcast Journalists
Morven McPherson
Lesley Paterson
Gillian Wheelan
Lucy White

Political Editor
Colin Mackay (shared with Radio Forth)

Superscoreboard presenters

  • Hugh Keevins
  • Sheelagh McClaren
  • Andy Walker
  • Gus MacPherson
  • Jim Duffy
  • Mark Guidi
  • Graham Speirs
  • Fraser Wishart
  • Darrell King

Past presenters

  • Richard Park
  • John McCauley
  • Andrew Herron
  • Colin Junner
  • Jimmy Mack
  • Alistair McDonald
  • Frank Skerret
  • Hugh Brown
  • Mary Lea
  • Lynn Ewart
  • Duncan Cameron
  • Chris Young
  • Tom Russell
  • Paul Coia
  • Jeff Cooper
  • Dougie Donnelly
  • Alex Dickson
  • Dave Marshall
  • Bill Smith
  • Brian Ford
  • John Irons

References

  1. ^ Bauer networks AM in Scotland, radiotoday.co.uk, 13 June 2009. Accessed 2009-06-14. Archived 2009-06-17.

External links

  • [2] Clyde 2, Official Website

See also

Coordinates: 55°54′17″N 4°24′35″W / 55.904717°N -4.409677°E / 55.904717; -4.409677


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