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We had a few minutes to kill so we chopped some GoPro footage and added some titles and gave Millport a wee advert. Cause frankly we’re nice that way.
April 8th, 2015
Right, we’re going to start a new thing of publishing a weekly playlist of what we’re listening to.
We munch our way through a fair amount of tunes per day and feel compelled to share it with you all! So, here’s the first one: Week 1
October 31st, 2013
The gaffer was in the paper today. He mentioned us. A little.
July 24th, 2013
Today we relaunched (after an 18 month absence!) The Scottish Media Podcast. This fortnightly series will examine current news and issues within Scottish media.
July 17th, 2013
The Millport Podcast
This morning we launched our latest production, The Millport Podcast.
This fortnightly series will showcase the town to a global audience; giving a greater insight into life on the island and the personal stories of islanders.
Episode One features the latest news from the island and an interview with Kenny Mapes about cycle safety and what it’s like operating a well known cycle hire shop on the cycle island of Scotland.
As it’s the first episode we decided to keep it brief and limit it to a duration of 12 minutes. Subsequent episodes will contain a lot more information.
Here’s the iTunes link: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-millport-podcast/id673947989?mt=2 and here’s the link to our Soundlcoud account as well https://soundcloud.com/crabbit-sparra/the-millport-podcast
Let us know what you think!
12th June, 2013
Our submission for the Creative Clyde Logo Competition can be seen on the Creative Clyde Facebook Page, under Gallery (Link above)
25th March, 2013
21st March, 2013
Creative Clyde have listed us on their ‘Showcase’ page, which lists all major suppliers of creative work in the Glasgow area
18th March, 2013
“WALK this way,” says Paul Lyons, “and I’ll tell you another tale.” Lyons is 48, lives in “the people’s republic of Clydebank” and has been a railwayman for the past 15 years”
March 17th, 2013
“Last year, University of West of Scotland graduate Andrew Smillie started his own company, Crabbit Sparra, a “creative consultancy that specialises in idea generation, bespoke audio production, mobile application creation, QR Code development and sound art installation.” We caught up with Andrew to find out what it takes to start your own business.”
February 25th, 2013
Network Rail Magazine piece on Traveling Voices
“Traveling Voices is a multimedia project produced by Andrew Smillie. Taking historic images of Glasgow’s Central and providing a commentary of the station throughout the years”
May 3rd, 2012