About Radio Alba
Radio Alba is a Christian internet radio station and is sponsored by Glasgow Churches Together, by the music committee of the Archdiocese of Glasgow, and by ACTS.
We gladly welcome contributions and are particularly keen on promoting material from schools as we continue to develop our service to the community. We have already celebrated five years of providing a range of Christian content – Morning Prayers, School Morning Prayers, Evening and Night Prayers, prayers for those who mourn, prayers for peace, and a steady flow of news from such as the Scottish Catholic Observer, Life and Work, Sciaf, Open House, Flourish, Mary’s Meals, Vocation Justice, Justice and Peace Scotland, the Comboni Mission magazine, the Focolari, The Little Sisters of the Poor, ‘The Light of the North,’ ‘Africa’ Magazine, Medicines sens Frontieres, the Sailor’s Society and many others . . .
You can also listen on your iPad, iPhone or other smart phones with a web browser. Simply enter www.radioalba.org domain into your smartphone or iPads browser.
When the website appears simply click on the “Play Radio Alba” link and click on the play to start playing.
There are a number of applications you can download to play Internet radio from Google store or the Apple Apps store. Simply go to the appropriate store and search for Internet Radio Players.
Schedule for 10 Nov 2019.
The morning hour at 7.00 o’clock is repeated every 60 minutes until 12 noon.
Morning Prayer: 07:00 – 12:00
7.00 a.m. radioalba.org provides lots of prayer (Morning, school (Our Lady of the Rosary Primary, Cardonald), Evening and Night Prayers), bible commentaries and news (SCO) both in the morning and the evening.
Special items this week can be found daily
7.20 (and hourly till noon) as Canon Bob Hill reflects on the prophecies by Jesus in next week’s Gospel passage from Luke 21 and we can hear a short introduction to the daily readings from the Lectionary.
Then at 7.24 (and hourly) ‘Today’s Devotion’ written by Rev Dr David Pickering, Moderator of the National Synod of Scotland, and member of Rutherglen United Reformed Church is read by James Wately
7.30: (and hourly) In our Magazine Denis McBride continues with Mark’s Gospel and the ‘tradition’ – the ‘handing on’- the Gospel is always only a generation away from extinction because it has to be handed on – and it was always thus; and Michael Martin reads from Pope Francis on the Caring for Refugees from the Scottish Catholic Observer
Lunch half hour: 12:00 – 12:30
12.00 noon: News from the Scottish Catholic Observer
12.15: How blest are they – praying with the bereaved.
12.30: Music from the Archive
Tea Time: 18:00 – 20:00
18.00: News from the Scottish Catholic Observer as above.
18.15: How blest are they’ – praying with the bereaved
18.35: archive music.
Evening Hour 20:00 – 22:00
The evening hour at 20.00 is repeated at 21.00 and 22.00
20.00:Evening Prayers this week are led by Gerry Fitzpatrick, Clare McDonald, Jean Swinbank and Michael Martin with music by the St Mungo Singers, Cantor Grace Buckley, harpist Noel Donnelly, and organists Jane McKenna and Jacqueline Barrett.
20.20:In our Magazine Denis McBride continues with Mark’s Gospel and the ‘tradition’ – the ‘handing on’- the Gospel is always only a generation away from extinction because it has to be handed on – and it was always thus; and Michael Martin reads from Pope Francis on the Caring for Refugees from the Scottish Catholic Observer.
Below are some sample programming we have click on the item to play it.