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The Getherin’ first broadcast on Radio Borders on Burns Night in 2004. When that station cut several locally-based programmes due to networking from Glasgow, the show moved to TD1 Radio on May 1 2011.

Karin Ingram has presented the show since its inception. For the last 10 years David “Celty” Shaw (photo below) has been her right hand man, sourcing new and interesting music and artists and co-ordinating the lively FaceBook page at www.facebook.com/SundayGetherin/
The Getherin’ is an eclectic mix of Celtic, Scottish Traditional, Folk and Singer/Songwriter material, drawing on the wealth of musical talent in the Scottish Borders and beyond.

The show is sponsored by Gus Oliver (Gus’s Gaelic Corner) and RA Oliver (Motor Mechanics) Hawick.

Karin also presents Runrig - The Road Continues after The Getherin’ each week and joins Diane Pender to present 70s Sounds on TD1 every Wednesday.

Karin's wingman

David "Celty" Shaw

© 2020 TD1 Radio and Helen Wallace

TD1 Radio was established on 1st December 2008 with the aim of providing more listening choice in the Borders. With local radio and TV services being cut back, we felt it was time to give something back to the Borders by establishing a community led and operated radio station.

A team made up of several unpaid local volunteers with
an interest in radio presenting soon became the sound of TD1 Radio.
After many years of dedication and hard work by the various presenters, TD1 Radio was granted an OFCOM
licence to broadcast locally on FM in 2015.

We rely entirely on donations and advertising revenue to survive.

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