Despite some off air technical issues Fiona, Kathie, Ellis and Steevie celebrate the latest Covid restriction news in this week’s Something for the Weekend broadcast.
Kathie, Fiona, Ellis and Steevie discuss the latest lockdown restrictions from the comfort of their own homes as Martin fiddles with buttons in the SFTW studio.
Holiday plans play a big part in this week’s chat and you can find out where the team will be jetting off to once lockdown lifts as well as what childhood books they may be stashing in their suitcases. Guests this week include Oban Pride chairman Phill Dexter with news of a new club
The weekend is here and March marches forth! And as the light begins to return and lockdown hopefully starts to loosen, The Oban Times team of Kathie, Fiona, Ellis and Steevie have a lighthearted chinwag about the fun-loving four-legged creature putting a smile on the faces of Oban.
Spring is in the air and The Oban Times crew are definitely feeling it in this week’s podcast. While Kathie, Ellis and Fiona celebrate nature all the extra chirping and frenzied bird feeding going on in our gardens – Steevie is not so chirpy and is after those pesky squirrels who have been stealing and stashing away his conker collection from which he had hope to sprout some trees.
There’s nothing sleekit, cowrin or tim’rous about the Oban Times team this week as Steevie, Fiona, Kathie and Ellis launch into their Rabbie Burns special to celebrate the birthday of the national bard on Monday.
Have you been having trouble sleeping during the latest lockdown? Well the Something For The Weekend podcast is back to help send you off!
This week Ellis, Fiona, Kathie and Steevie discuss snoozing, the uplifting power of music, and three happy Scottish words and their meaning.
Join Kathie, Fiona and Martin for their weekly banter and listen to a chat we had earlier this week with Julie Ruddock who is passionate about Exploring Scotland’s history – something you can do from your own doorstep. This week’s music comes from Seil singer songwriter Chris Bennett
Ho ho ho, it’s Christmas Day at the Oban Times and we have an absolute ‘cracker’ for you.