Scottish Voice Show # 758

October 9, 2014

Producer/Host: Janet Stubbert                                  
Technical Producer Co-Host: Mark Korman,

October 11, 2014,
To listen to today’s podcast check one of the players to the right under “Listen Live”
To listen to shows dating back to December 2010:  http://scottishvoicepodcasts.blogspot.com/

Radio Centre-Ville Radiothon

 

Guests to be announced

 

Live Music in studio: Piper Jeff McCarthy

 

Radio Centre-Ville is the only community, multilingual, multi-cultural radio station in theprovinceofQuebec.

 

Contributions to the maintenance of the station founded in 1972 by ten individuals working in various community and ethnic groups in the neighborhood of Cote St. Louis

 

Today we are located at5212 St. Lawrence Blvd, just north ofFairmount Street.

 

Our wish is to provide to those who would not have access to commercial air a voice at Radio Centre-Ville. 

 

We are in the planning stages of opening a community hall on the first floor which will have the advantage of a studio for on air programming. The hall will be a great venue for parties, concerts and meeting.

 

Today we ask you, our listeners, to contribute to the update and maintain of the equipment, antenna and the building of the community hall for your enjoyment and use.  

 All and any donation large or small  will be greatly appreciated. 

Thank you in advance for your kind donation and for supporting Scottish Voice.  It is a pleasure to bring you Celtic music every week.

 Janet

Comments

2 Responses to “Scottish Voice Show # 758”

  1. Susan Elder on April 5th, 2015 7:18 pm

    Love the podcast. Keep up the good work. I look forward to the podcast every week. I live in Vermont and am learning the fiddle so this puts me in touch with scottish songs to learn and it helps to keep my scottish roots fresh in my heart. Thank you!

  2. Janet on April 8th, 2015 5:52 pm

    Hi Susan
    Thank you for the wonderful feedback. If you are in Montreal in the near come join me on SV and entertain us with a tune or two on the fiddle.

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