Curious City Podcast - Music City

Episode 12 - Quoir, Record Shops, SWG3, The Apollo
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Photograph showing Faye, from the Some Great Reward record shop

In this episode of Curious City, David Scott meets up with journalist Norry Wilson.

Featured, in this episode:

Photograph of the journalist and writer Norry Wilson, pictured inside The Burrell Collection

Norry Wilson

This episode's guest

A Curious City regular and the man behind the hugely popular Lost Glagsow Facebook page, Norry Wilson returns as our guest to share his stories of Glasgow as a music city like no other.

Lost Glasgow - official Facebook page
Photograph of Ellen Smith, co-founder of Quoir, Glasgow's Queer community choir


Alan Braidwood meets Quoir co-founder Ellen Smith. Quoir is Glasgow openly Queer choir and here, Ellen tells us how it all came about with her friend and co-founder, Ryan.

Official Quoir website
Photograph showing Faye, from the Some Great Reward record shop

Record Shops

Faye from Some Great Reward tells Michael MacKinnon what it's like to work in an independent record shop.

Some Great Reward website
Image shows the logo for SWG3, Glasgow


Bryony Bates speaks with Meryl Gilbert who is the Arts and Business Director of SWG3 to discover the secrets behind one of Glasgow's best loved venues.

SWG3 official website
Photograph of vintage concert tickets for The Apollo, Glasgow.

The Apollo

Norry Wilson takes us back in time to the legendary venue, The Apollo.

The Apollo - unofficial website