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The five-piece former painter decorators performed on The Hour following the re-release of their first album.
A terrible motorcycle accident changed the singer’s life when it set him on the road to tribute stardom.
British comedian Greg Davies spoke to The Hour about his stand-up show Firing Cheeseballs at a Dog and explained why he’s nothing like Mr Gilbert from The Inbetweeners.
Sally Phillips and Fiona Allen are reunited in Glasgow tonight for Celebrity Autobiography, but a new version of Smack the Pony may not be far off.
British pop rock band The Hoosiers are releasing a re-packaged version of their second album with four additional tracks and a new sound.
British pop rock band The Hoosiers perform their new single Bumpy Ride in The Hour studio.
British pop/rock band The Hoosiers perform their top ten hit Worried About Ray exclusively on The Hour.
Former Rollers front-man plays us into the weekend with a melody from new musical Rollermania.
Irish dancers were in The Hour studio celebrating St Paddy's Day.
Dundee band The View perform one of their best loved singles in The Hour studio.
Dundee rockers blasted back into the charts this month with new single Grace and The Hour was given a unique live performance of the song.
Jamie McGeechan has won awards from across Scotland and is now representing the country across the pond, but first he performed for The Hour.
Up-and-coming girl group - who will support Shayne Ward's latest tour - perform live in the studio.
It was the song that defined the band and the boys from Eastbourne haven’t forgotten it, performing this intimate version live on The Hour.
British band Toploader perform their new single 'Never Stop Wondering' in The Hour studio.
English musician Paul Carrack performs Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying in The Hour studio.
After ten years out of the limelight the boys have reformed for a Greatest Hits tour with plans for a new album later this year.
Opera singer Alfie Boe sings Some Enchanted Evening live on The Hour.
Comedian Bruce Devlin has composed a Burns Night toast to the lassies of The Hour but antiques expert Anita Manning has her own tongue-in-cheek response.
Poet Rab Wilson penned this humorous piece of work specially for Scotland’s weekday lifestyle show The Hour.