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the latest information on Scotland's newest radio station. Tune in on 106.1fm (west coast) or 105.7fm (east coast).


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1pm Graham Stewart Graham Stewart

The Beat 106 Mix '7pm—-7.30pm

The Beat 106 Mix 7pm—-7.30pm

I 7.30pm-10pm 7.30pm- 10pm


Graham Stewart i lpm-Apm lpm-tlpm lpm-zlpm

The Beat 106 Mix 7pm~-7.30pm

' 7.30pm-lOpm



Graham Stewart lpm-4pm

The Beat 106 Mix 7pm--7.30pm




Graham Stewart lpm-4pm

Trevor Reilly 7pm-lOpm

Orde Meikle lOm-midniht

with Paul Mendez midnight-3am

The Lock-In

with Stephen Lee &


Ewan MacLeod 6am-lOam

anthems . . non-stop ! 2pm-Spm

Tunes Go Menthol In Ibiza Spm-6pm

: Craig Burger Queen


with Colin Tevendale midnight-3am

The Lock-In with Lisa Littlewood &


Ewan MacLeod 6am- lOam

Graham Stewart lpm-Apm

with Richard Wilkinson


The Jengaheads 7pm-9pm

The Rock Show \‘.’lih Martin Bate

Drum ’n’ Bass ‘.‘.’llh DJ Kid & Tania Swrft

Night Beat lam-6am

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Like a lot of Scottish music fans come Sat 8 Jul, Beat 106 Will be decamping to T in the Park. Modern technical Wizardry will allow the majority of the station’s output for the weekend to be recorded at Balado and fed down telephone lines to be transmitted from their Glasgow base. So what can we expect from this full-on festival programming?

Richard Wilkinson, head of mu5ic programming at the station, is keen to tap into the Vibe of the event. ’We're not actually broadcasting any of the bands on stage,’ he pomts out. ’However, there Will be loads of bands coming in to do little acoustic sets or for a chat, that sort of thing.’ They’ll also be prowding a much needed information serVice for T in the Park-goers: ’If you're coming to the festival site, you want to know what all the latest gossip is, yOu want to know What’s happening there,’ explains Wilkinson. ’You’ll also want to know if there are traffic queues and stuff like that.’

Although this is Beat 106's first major outside broadcast, they have recorded other events outwith the confines of their studios, including transmissions from nightclubs in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Coatbridge. They Will also be followrng in the footsteps of T in the Park Radio, a mostly-student enterprise which was granted a

limited radio licence to cover the event in 1997.

Although there are no concrete plans yet as to exactly which stars Will be featured on air, the Whole of the station’s programming Will be tailored to T in the Park, from the breakfast show in the morning to its late-night dance programming, When it’s hoped that guests from the Slam tent Will be tempted into the studio. The lack of a definitive schedule doesn’t bother Wilkinson though: ’lt’s kind of ’no holes barred’ radio anything can happen,’ he says. ’And that's the Joy of havmg on-site festival radio Where you’ve got loads of peOple and loads of acts and just lots of potential for things to happen.’ (Abi Bremner)

110 THE “ST 22 Jun—6 Jul 2000

Travis: Coming Around


Death In Vegas: One More Time (Deconstruction) Coldplay: Yellow (Parlophone) ldlewild: These Wooden Ideas (Parlophone)

Moby: Porcelain [Bob Dougan Mix] (Mute)

Moloko: Pure Pleasure Seeker (Echo)

Ocean Colour Scene: July (Universal/Island)

Leftfield: Swords [Two Lone Swordsmen Mix] (Hard Hands/Sony)

Macy Gray: I've Committed Murder [Mos Def Gangstarr Remix] (Epic)

Badly Drawn Boy: The Hour Of The Bewilderbeast (Twisted Nerve)