MG ALBA, The Gaelic Media Service is undertaking a series of public meetings seeking the views of communities throughout Scotland on the future of Gaelic broadcasting.
On Thursday 5 March at Coffee & Craic, 74 Elderslie Street, Finneston, Glasgow, MG Alba Chief Executive Donald Campbell attended along with Murdo Morrison, Marketing Manager, MG Alba.
Iseabail Murray, presenter of Ceol’s Craic on Celtic Music Radio 95, had a chat with Donald Campbell before the meeting started on Thursday. You can listen to the interview on Ceol’s Craic on Monday 9 March at 6.00pm.
Meetings across Scotland will be held on the following dates and places and all are welcome to attend:
Thursday 12th March on Isle of Skye at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig at 7pm
Friday 13the March in Inverness at the Waterside Hotel at 12.30pm
Monday 16the March in Oban at the Caledonian Hotel at 12.30pm
Monday 16th March in Fort William at the West End Hotel at 5.30pm
Wednesday 18th March on Tiree at An Talla at 7pm
Thursday 19th March on Lewis at the Ness Historical Society, Cross School, North Dell at 7pm
Friday 20th March on South Uist at Cothrom at 12.30pm
Friday 20th March on Barra at Castlebay Community School at 7.30pm
In addition to the public meetings MG ALBA is also welcoming people’s views via an online questionnaire with details available at mgalba.com
To reserve a place at any of the meetings or for further information contact Murdo Morrison at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01851 705550.