Covering The Bases episode 4- Scots,Saints And Scraps

The boys are here for episode four of Covering The Bases and discussing all the happenings from the latest round of the Scottish Premiership. They also talk about the Scotland squad and who to look forward to watching. Finally they touch on the rugby and hope that the eternal city is going to prove to be la dolce vita for Scotland this weekend.

Paisley Philharmonic Choir evening at St Mirin's cathedral

A musical evening featuring the Paisley Philharmonic Choir will be held at St. Mirin’s cathedral on March 18th from 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm. Conductor Harold Thalange is presenting a mix of choral music, Scottish ballads as well as show tunes, along with accompaniment on the piano by Tim Lambourn. Tickets are £10 per head. For more information please call 01505340292 or visit With over 60 years of performing

Irvine Welsh book signing at Braehead Waterstones

Irvine Welsh will be holding a book signing at the Waterstones within Intu Braehead on March 25th at 2pm. The author, famous for books such as Trainspotting and Filth, will be at the shopping centre for a short time to sign copies of his new book, Dead Men’s Trousers.   The event is not ticketed, so feel free to come along early, books at the ready with time to spare

Glasgow Orchestral Society presents Bernstein’s America

Glasgow Orchestral Society presents Bernstein’s America will be coming to Paisley’s Town Hall on the 18th of March. The event will be celebrating 100 years of American composer Leonard Bernstein with a concert at Paisley Town Hall. He was one of the few composers that captured his time and found his “voice” in the early 1940s. Bernstein projected his sound from World War II to ever-changing Europe which saw the

Edinburgh tech company launch Renfrewshire maths contest

  Edinburgh based education Technology Company, Sumdog is proud to announce the launch of a local maths contest in Renfrewshire. Sumdog aims to help children enjoy maths, English and spelling. Renfrewshire students will work as a class to solve up to 1,000 maths questions on ‘Sumdog’, an adaptive teaching tool that is designed to make numeracy and literacy learning fun and is used in 70% of schools in Scotland. The

Scottish Student Journalism Awards

The Scottish Student Journalism Awards are once again rapidly approaching where Scotland’s journalism and media students will battle it out to be in with a chance of winning a number of different journalism awards; giving them the chance to showcase their journalistic achievements to the industry’s top professionals. The blood, sweat and tears and the credit of organising the event goes to the 2nd year HND media and communications class

Glasgow paedophile hunters have warned online groomers that ‘they are coming for them

A group of Glasgow based paedophile hunters have warned online groomers that ‘they are coming for them’ after completing a number of successful stings in Glasgow, Edinburgh and even catching groomers as far out as the south east of England. The anonymous group, rising against online predators, have been functioning for around five months and the team have two main founders, five hunters, three security members and around fifteen decoys.

Overwatch enthusiasts rejoice over new fan-favourite

Rumours had been circulating for weeks that Blizzard Entertainment were in the process of developing a new hero for Overwatch, and with every small snippet of information released came an abundance of fan theories. Perhaps the most popular of which was that the new hero would be the daughter of Swedish engineer, Torbjörn Lindholm. On February 28th this theory was confirmed as the introduction of Brigitte Lindholm was announced, at

Social Media and Kylie Jenner give housebound Glasgow teenager lifeline

  A teenager who has been housebound for over five years due to severe chronic anxiety disorder has revealed how social media has played a massive part in her road to recovery.Saffron Scullion from Castlemilk first experienced crippling anxiety in January 2013 and started to struggle with her normal everyday life. The 18-year-old first started experiencing panic attacks while out and about in public and at school. Her anxiety was