John Glover

John Glover is the features editor for Clyde Outside. He has written for numerous publications such as the Scottish Sun and Daily Record. Within the last two years he has interviewed some high profile talent such as Irvine Welsh and James Cosmo.

Glasgow Clyde College journalist students win awards for work on the Pattern magazine

Four students from Glasgow Clyde College have won prestigious awards for their work on the Pattern magazine. The students who study an HND in Practical Journalism along with the NCTJ Diploma at the Cardonald Campus in Mosspark, where awarded for their hard work. Helena Morrow, who is the Sales Director for Media Scotland opened the ceremony at the Daily Record headquarters in Glasgow. The Pattern magazine appeared as a supplement

Sally Magnusson discusses her successful debut novel- The Sealwoman's Gift

Life is made up of collective experiences that shapes who we are and, in fact, stories are what we have to comfort us when we are down, to inspire us when we are struggling, and to entertain us for enjoyment. We are all made of stories and veteran broadcaster Sally Magnusson uses the concept of storytelling to create a captivating debut novel. Now, the 62-year-old is swapping fact for fiction;

Gold Ticket competition

A Golden Ticket competition has been created to celebrate the launch of a new loyalty app encouraging more visitors to shop local this Easter. The Prize draw will see six lucky people winning £250 worth of Paisley town centre gift vouchers. Paisley First Chairman, Ian Henderson, said: “This is a great initiative to promote our fantastic businesses within Paisley town centre. When people shop and socialise locally they really are

Paisley First Sponsorship scheme

Applications for the Paisley First Sponsorship scheme have now opened in the aim of encouraging more visitors to Paisley The sponsorship wants to help those who have an event in mind or a project that would encourage more footfall in Paisley. A spokesperson for Paisley First said: “Paisley First is committed to improving Paisley town centre by increasing footfall to the town and maximising business opportunities for Paisley First Business

Paisley town Centre successfully retained its Purple Flag status

Paisley town centre has successfully retained its Purple Flag status following an application for interim renewal. The town centre first achieved the prestigious award in the beginning of 2017 following an application developed by Paisley First, with partners Renfrewshire Council, Paisley Pubwatch, Police Scotland, Renfrewshire Cabs, Scotrail, Paisley and West Community Council and the Paisley Street Pastors.   The Purple Flag is a town and city centre award – similar

Inventor of the ATM and PIN Technology honoured by neighbor

The Inventor of ATM and PIN Technology has been immortalised in a street mural designed by his neighbour who wants to honour him for his invention. James Goodfellow, OBE, from Paisley, Renfrewshire created the technology behind the Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) and Personal Identification Number (PIN) but never saw a single penny after coming up with the idea. At the time, James patented the concept of the modern cash dispenser

Netflix hit Black Mirror: Scots actress Kiran Sonia Sawar talks about her biggest role to date

Kiran Sonia Sawar, an Asian Glaswegian, is best known for her role in the BBC3 drama Murdered By My Father, which won her an award at the National Arts, Culture and Theatre Awards. Sawar will be playing her biggest role to date after walking out with the second lead role in the hit Netflix thriller, ‘Black Mirror.’ She said: “I was so excited to be a part of it. I

ScotRail raise £505 at Poppy Scotland auction

ScotRail have raised £505 after 15 bids in a charity auction for Poppy Scotland which closed on December 11. The charity auction took place on the online marketing website Ebay, after it was launched on December 4. Giving members of the public a rare chance to use the state-of-the-art Class 334 Training simulator in Glasgow Central Station for a solid hour along with three friends, including a return ticket to

Braveheart’ actor James Cosmo is positive about Netflix and Amazon's impact on the film industry

Braveheart’ actor James Cosmo, believes the rise of premium streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon have had a positive effect on the film industry. The Dunbartonshire born star has recently finished  filming the ‘Outlaw King’ with Chris Pine starring as Robert the Bruce and David MacKenzie director of Hell or Highwater. The rise of ‘Netflix’ and ‘Amazon’ has led to more and more young independent directors and writers in

What is domestic violence?

What is Domestic Violence It is the emotional or physical abuse used in relationships to control the other be it married, dating, or separated. It can be a single incident or a pattern of incidents that involve coercive, controlling, threatening, degrading and violent behaviour, which includes sexual violence. It is more common for women than men to experience multiple incidents of abuse such as different versions of domestic abuse, like