Getting you through the week, here’s our Tuesday team! Click on the name of a show for more information and to access Listen Again.

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Bill loves all music styles, but is a particular fan of the 60s &70s and it is this time period that is the influence for his show Blast from the Past.

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Bill learned guitar at an early age, then graduated to keyboard playing in a local band in clubs and theatres in southern Scotland and the north of England. Since his retirement from playing live, he has now turned his passion for music towards radio. He has been at Alive for nearly 6 years and really enjoys the challenge of “live“ radio.

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The LAST RESORT Tuesdays for 7pm is the home of nostalgia on Alive 107.3.

Iain Renicks brings you his unique take on the music 60s-80s from the obscure to the unusual you will find it on the Last Resort. The show also includes weekly features the Back2backs and the 60s Jukebox please feel free to contact Iain with suggestions.

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Iain Renicks is the longest serving presenter at Alive having just completed 14 years in July 22 . Iain is Bakery Manager with the Family Butchery business in Thornhill and celebrates 30 years married to Marie in Sept 22. As well as his work with Alive Iain is a controller with Dumfries and Galloway Blood Bikes where he has been volunteering for 6 years . Iain is also a member for both the Royal Observer Corps Assoc the Royal Air Force Assoc and the Royal British Legion.

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From Sludge to Classic Rock, the Punk-O-Rama jump around to the Experimental, the open heat to the Desert to the sweat-dripped venue walls of Alternative Noise … ‘Smells Like Black Flag’ is a two hour full-on of everything Rock.

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Starting as an entertainment columnist for The Standard in 1994, Chay’s CV includes writing for Classic Rock, BBC, Daily Record, Kerrang, Front, Sunday Mail, Loaded, and many more. He still writes occasionally but prefers to avoid scribbling reviews at the eternal hour of 3am. Along with a decade at The Wickerman Festival (creating and running the new Scottish music-inspired Solus Tent) and working with other Scottish music festivals such as Northern Roots, Brew at The Bog, and Knockengorroch, he also found the time to co-create/develop Electric Fields Festival, as well as being the current press officer for Eden Festival and a stage booker at Doune The Rabbit Hole near Stirling.  He also does a radio show on TotalRock, which he vaguely describes as ‘2 hours of Doom-Psych-Metal-Punk-Indie-Rock music, and who knows what else’. 

When he’s not listening to music, he’s listening to music. Late Night Sketchy aims to have an Indie slant, however, with a career based around Alternative, Rock, Jazz, Punk, Post-Punk, Folk, Pop, Electronica, Reggae, Krautrock, Metal, Psyche, Avant-Garde, Funk, Hip-Hop, Goth…it’s a show that will pretty much playlist whatever sounds good. Tropicalia? Maybe. Northern Soul? Probably. Indie? Most definitely. Connecting the decades and digging out the new, Late Night Sketchy will bring together the known, the unknown, the unclassifiable, and the tunes to make you swoon. 

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12AM – 1AM – Celtic Clanjamphry with Jack Beck

1AM – 2AM – Heart of the Matter with David Aird

2AM – 4AM – Rock and Roll Rebellion with Aymer Nelson

4AM – 6AM – 45RPM with Scott McGill

9PM – 12AM – Swing with King with Adam King