What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 25th November 2020
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What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 25th November 2020

With only 37 sleeps until the big day Kathie and Fiona spread some festive cheer in the What’s in this Week’s Oban Times podcast with some illuminating news on Common Good funding, loving lorries, consultation on boundary changes and plenty of activity on the sports front.

Something for the Weekend 13th November 2020
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Something for the Weekend 13th November 2020

Plenty of chit chat and cheer in this week’s Something for the Weekend. We’re a cultural lot at the Oban Times so listen in for news about a panto for Oban and what was happening on Luing this week to mark Book Week Scotland. Merriment as a Welsh castle and celebrities were also in the pot ….. so to speak! Oh and beware…the dolphins!

What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 18th November 2020
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What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 18th November 2020

With only 37 sleeps until the big day Kathie and Fiona spread some festive cheer in the What’s in this Week’s Oban Times podcast with some illuminating news on Common Good funding, loving lorries, consultation on boundary changes and plenty of activity on the sports front.

What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 11th November 2020
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What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 11th November 2020

This week – Christmas is on its way and there is an opportunity to spread Christmas cheer with a Christmas windows competition organised by BID4Oban as well as various appeals around the town by different organisations to help with gifts and parcels.

Something For The Weekend – and beyond
Leisure
Something For The Weekend – and beyond

Steevie, Kathie, Fiona and Ellis bring back the popular SFTW podcast, now featuring special guest spots, recorded inserts, challenges and the usual pre-weekend craic from the Oban Times team.

What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 4th November 2020
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What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 4th November 2020

Kathie and Ellis discuss what’s making the news in this weeks Oban Times and online at www.obantimes.co.uk

Its been quite a weekend of storms but Ellis is still standing! The Rockfield Centre keys have been handed back from the builders.
Kathie has a sneak peek inside (but has to have her temperature taken) and plans for remembrance Sunday are a little changed thanks to current COVID-19 restrictions.

What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 28th October 2020
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What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 28th October 2020

Kathie has her skates on talking about the Oban Community Skate Park – also Mountainous Achievements for a 4 year old and a 75 year old. Fiona has been looking online at the  Oban High School Online Awards Ceremony as well as bringing us sports news. Some of our local golf clubs have made it onto a World Top 50 list of 9 hole courses.

What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 14th October 2020
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What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 14th October 2020

his week Ellis and Fiona discuss COVID-19 news and the impact to local shops and businesses especially bars, restaurants, hotels and the Edinburgh Woollen Mill. Fiona has been looking into the Queen’s Birthday Honours and catches up with retired vet Jimmy Wilson who has received an MBE

What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 7th October 2020
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What’s in This Week’s Oban Times 7th October 2020

Fiona and Ellis give an insight into some of the stories behind the headlines in this week’s paper which includes how staff and medical experts dealt with a confirmed case of Covid-19 at Oban High School, news about the 2020 online Mod, the closure of a historic hotel on Islay and all the action from the world of sport

BOBcast
BOBcast Podcast Episode 12 “Play Has Resumed”

Episode 12 – COVID-19 brought everything golf related for the BOBcast to a grinding halt on the 23rd of March 2020 as lockdown began leaving professional golf and the local clubs in limbo.
Now with golf returning to a new normal Presenters Stephen Day, Keith McIntyre, George Graham are back with new team member Fiona Scott  for another Episode of the BOBcast. Features an interview with Glencruitten Golf Club’s George Mackenzie