Sept ’14: Year of Sport & The Legacy of the Games
Our theme for the September #Scotlandhour is “Year of Sport & The Legacy of the Games”
Don’t forget to join in and share your stories on this most amazing sporting year for Scotland.
We’ve had fun and games with all the interest in sport this year in Scotland, and on the eve of the opening ceremony of the Ryder Cup in Gleneagles, we are delighted to have a such a topical theme.
Whether you have been to a sporting event of any kind in the country this year, watched as a spectator, assisted in an event, or even took part, we would be love to hear your tales and have your pictures shared amongst the #Scotlandhour community.
9.00pm Q1 Tell us about your favourite sporting activity (personal or professional) #Scotlandhour
9.10pm Q2 What sporting events are great in your area & why? #Scotlandhour
9.20pm Q3 Other than the Ryder Cup, what’s great to see in Scotland this Autumn? #Scotlandhour
9.30pm Q4 What changes have the Commonwealth Games made to our country? #Scotlandhour
9.40pm Q5 Sell us your idea for a World sports event coming to your area? #Scotlandhour
9.50pm Q6 Share with us your sporting pictures from across Scotland #Scotlandhour
If you need any assistance or information on how to get involved with #Scotlandhour just tweet us, and remember, on the night, to include A1 and #Scotlandhour in your answer to question 1 etc.
You can contact the #Scotlandhour team via the Twitter account @Scotlandhour or through our Facebook page, or from the information on here.
This sporting month, we are delighted to have, as special guest hosts, Scottish Golf Podcast, and you will find them at @ScotGolfPodcast
So stay out of the rough, look our your lycra and warm up well for #Scotlandhour on Wednesday 24th September, 9-10pm