Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Exclusive Scaremonger Special Offer


Save 20% if you subscribe now!

Our new TV Listings magazine, Scottish Radio Times, is due to launch in early 2016. But the Scaremonger has negotiated a special subscription package. Sign up today and you’ll receive the first copy of the Scottish Radio Times ABSOLUTELY FREE!*

Scottish Radio Times will carry full listings of all the programmes available on the TV channel of an independent Scotland – A typical schedule such as;

8.30am: Breakfast : Porridge Updates and other oatmeal news from across Scotland
9am: Closedown
1pm: Film : Braveheart : Mel Gibsons famous historical docu-drama (repeated at 9.30pm)
3pm: Take the High Woad (new Braveheart-inspired soap opera about daily life in a late 13th century glen)
4pm: Film : Brigadoon : Gene Kellys famous musical docu-drama
6pm: Kids TV : Archie and Hamish ; the sock puppet twins discuss knitting patterns
6.30pm: Reporting Scotland : Your news from across Scotland. Citizen journalism at it finest.
6.50pm: Weather : A rain, hail, sleet and snow update
7pm: Live : Address to the Nation by Alex Salmond : The First Ministers nightly address to his people.
8pm: River City : Another chance to see the opening episode of the 2008 series
8.30pm: Documentary Hour : The Forth Bridge : Live streaming from the Forth Bridge Webcams
9.30pm: Film : Braveheart : Mel Gibsons famous historical docu-drama (repeated at Midnight)
11.30pm: Sportscene : Fishing highlights from Peterhead plus Renfrewshire Championship Dominos highlights of todays play from Paisleys Central Bar
12.00am: Film : Braveheart : Mel Gibsons famous historical docu-drama (repeated at 4am)
2am: Closedown

So don’t delay – subscribe today and guarantee your copy of Scotland’s soon to be finest listings magazine.

*Subject to availability. Delivery charges may apply (postage rates to be confirmed). Mon-Sat Standard delivery to mainland postcodes only (excludes postcodes starting A-Z) Island delivery every 3rd Tuesday in alternate months (subject to tidal conditions)