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 . . .

There are various ways to listen to Radio Alba. You can listen on your PC simply click the “Play Radio Alba” in the left hand menu and click on the button to listen.

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 29th March 2020:

The morning hour at 7.00 o’clock is repeated every 60 minutes until 12 noon.

7.00: Daily Morning Prayers for Lent

7.15: a children’s story by June Galloway of Riverside Church of Scotland read by Liz Adam

7.20: Canon Bob Hill speaks about John’s account of the raising of Lazarus in John 11: 1-45
and then we hear short introductions to the daily readings, from the Liturgical Calendar
7.25: St Roch is patron saint of plague sufferers and we ask for his prayers

7.28: a short children’s prayer for Lent.

7.30: In our Magazine Marian Pallister of Justice and Peace, Scotland, comments on our urgent need for compassion; Fr Tom Magill looks at one of the great figures of Lent, the Samaritan Woman at the well; we hear of new hope for amputees from the International Refugee Trust; and Liz Adam gives a reflection on Ps 90 from Connection Magazine, by Charlotte Rumble, community pastor and school chaplain in Oswaldthistle.

Lunch half hour: 12:00 – 12:30

12.00: the Roman Catholic liturgy of Sunday 29th March, the 5th Sunday of Lent, led by Canon David Wallace.

12.30: a new version of the Stations of the Cross from SCIAF devised by Fr Stephen Reilly with music by the St Mungo Singers

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18.00: The Roman Catholic liturgy of Sunday 29th March, the 5th Sunday of Lent, led by Canon David Wallace.

18.30: a new version of the Stations of the Cross from SCIAF devised by Fr Stephen Reilly with music by the St Mungo Singers

 

Evening Hour 20:00 – 22:00

The evening hour at 20.00 is repeated at 21.00 and 22.00

20.00: Evening Prayers or Vespers for Lent

20:20: In our Magazine Marian Pallister of Justice and Peace, Scotland, comments on our urgent need for compassion; Fr Tom Magill looks at one of the great figures of Lent, the Samaritan Woman at the well; we hear of new hope for amputees from the International Refugee Trust; and Liz Adam gives a reflection on Ps 90 from Connection Magazine, by Charlotte Rumble, community pastor and school chaplain in Oswaldthistle.

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Night Prayers  20:50 

20:50 Daily Night Prayers

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