Pure Radio in Scotland has made some changes to its schedule with presenters from Original and Bauer joining the station.
Fraser Thomson joins Pure from the Greatest Hits Network to host 1pm to 4pm, Monday to Friday, whilst Stuart McCully from Original 106 is taking over the weekday 4pm to 8pm slot.
Ross Turnbull, who has been filling in around the Pure schedule is given his own show in a new slot for the station, weekend mornings 7am to 10am.
Robin Galloway, Group Head of Presentation and presenter of Pure’s weekday breakfast show, told RadioToday: “While other stations are becoming more and more formulaic and radio-by-numbers, we’re keeping things fresh for our listeners. We’re proud to be doing things differently and that includes looking around Scotland for talent ready to be given the chance to properly shine.
“With McCully, Fraser and Ross we’ve got some of the hardest working guys ever to have sat in front of a mic and each one of them has got the cheeky streak of irreverence that makes Pure what it is.
“We make no secret of the fact that the music that we play has a heavy emphasis on home-grown artists like Gerry Cinnamon, Lewis Capaldi, Simple Minds, Eurythmics and Deacon Blue. It makes sense that we champion home-grown talent in the studio too and that’s why we’re so proud to be welcoming our new presenters to join the Pure family.”
Pure Radio is broadcast on DAB Radio across Scotland, on FM in Tayside and online.