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Apr 202012
 April 20, 2012

This week on Lee Medd LIVE!, Lee was joined in the Alive 107.3 studio by Mark Jardine, founder of “The People’s Project”.

Points of conversation included the Peter Pan statue at the entrance of the town, the engagement of youngsters with various projects including rebuilding drystone dykes at Dumfries High School, getting involved with the litter summit which took place at St. Joseph’s College recently and the prospect of getting The Loreburne Hall back into public use.

You can listen to the conversation using the “Listen Again” option, and if you want to find out more about The People’s Project you can check out

Apr 192012
 April 19, 2012

The Prime Minister David Cameron visits Dumfries today. He is due to deliver a speech to party activists before of next months’s elections. Speaking ahead of his visit Prime Minister David Cameron commented:

“This is an important fortnight for devolution. Last night the Scottish Parliament agreed that the Scotland Bill should proceed. We’ve seen all four main parties working together for Scotland. I promise that I will deliver on devolution and next week should see the Bill pass through Westminster”



Apr 182012
 April 18, 2012

Tonight on Lee Medd LIVE, Lee will be joined by the founder of “The People’s Project” Mark Jardine.

We’ll be finding all about The Project, how it started, the progress made and where it’s going to lead …

Apr 152012
 April 15, 2012

Tune in to Brunch with Kenny Murray all this week for your chance to win two free pizzas from Princess Pizzaria – all you need to do to win is tune in, and if you get the daily questions, or the Time Tunnel, right then you’ll be entered into the draw to be drawn on Friday to win two free Pizzas delivered to your door on Friday night, completely free of charge courtesy of Alive 107.3FM and Princess Pizzarias.

Apr 132012
 April 13, 2012

Join the Saturday Live! team this weekend to hear all about the recent Big Sleepout arranged by Youth Work Nithsdale. Join them to hear all about their most recent project, The Big Sleepout, which was done to help educate young people about the various types of homelessness, as well as what it’s like to be homeless – it promises not to be an interview to be missed.

Apr 132012
 April 13, 2012

Why not listen again to acclaimed Dumfries & Galloway author Liz Niven being interviewed by Cameron Murray.

Liz talks about the river Cree, planes, beaches, granite and Chinese Radio. Book review


Apr 132012
 April 13, 2012

Liz Niven is an award winning Poet with a great catalogue of work.  Like many excellent writers Liz lives and works in Dumfries & Galloway.  Many thanks to BDS in Dumfries for organising this great interview.

Find out all about Liz and her work at 1.30pm today on the Friday Magazine Show.

After the interview is aired it will be available as a Podcast to listen to again.

Liz Niven is one of Scotland’s most popular poetry facilitators. She is a poet writing in English and Scots and has published  several poetry collections, including The Shard Box, Burning Whins, Stravaigin

She has written and edited texts to support Scots and English language work in  Education and appeared in Literary and Language events in Europe, Scandinavia and the Far East.

 Her collaborative work includes various projects with artists, photographers  and sculptors.

The public  art work Cree Lines in South West Scotland was a text-led collaboration with Scottish Natural  Heritage, but there is a lot…lot more!


Apr 102012
 April 10, 2012

We will be having a look at Dumfries High Street, the decline it has suffered in the past few years, what has been done to reinvigorate the once thriving town centre and the plans to support it’s continued growth.

Lee will be joined by The Loreburne Centre’s Jim Ireland and Gordon Mann from Dumfries & Galloway Chamber of Commerce, plus a look at all the other stories of the week.

Get your views in this Wednesday night, 9-11pm only on Alive 107.3fm