Let's Do The Show Right Here

The LDTSRH format is really simple - you organise a fundraising show, we bring along our presenter Bryan Burnett as well as another celebrity to bring a touch of glamour.

You get to keep the money and we get to make a great programme for BBC Radio Scotland.

Bryan and the team are currently looking for groups who are trying to raise money for a good cause - this could be anything from refurbishing a community hall to helping a local charity.

The group must be hard working and creative and the more imaginative the better.

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20060217

Take a journey to South Lanarkshire with Bryan Burnett and meet the characters on the committee at Victim Support as they struggle to fill an 800 seater venue.

20060708

1/6.

Community series.

Bryan Burnett attempts to organise and present a celebrity-studded fund raising show with North End Thistle, a football team who haven't won a game for 13 years.

20080215

5/7.

Michelle's in the beautiful east coast village of Inververbie where the local church group are saving money for the church hall toilets.

20080216

5/7.

Michelle's in the beautiful east coast village of Inververbie where the local church group are saving money for the church hall toilets.

20080229

7/7.

Michelle and the team head to Portessie to help the local teenagers organise the biggest event the village has seen for years.

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Michelle kicks off the new series in Kinlochbervie, where the High School pupils have planned a concert to raise the final Â3000 towards a new school bus.

With only hours to go, the group have to contend with filthy toilets, a broken smoke alarm and an unfinished script.

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Bryan Burnett hops on the Arran ferry to hook up with the charming but very disorganised North End Thistle, a football team who haven't won a game for 13 years.

Bryan Burnett attempts to organise and present a celebrity-studded fund raising show with North End Thistle, a football team who haven't won a game for 13 years.

01North End Thistle2006022420060708

Bryan Burnett hops on the Arran ferry to hook up with the charming but very disorganised North End Thistle, a football team who haven't won a game for 13 years.

Bryan Burnett attempts to organise and present a celebrity-studded fund raising show with North End Thistle, a football team who haven't won a game for 13 years.

01North End Thistle2006070720060708

Bryan Burnett hops on the Arran ferry to hook up with the charming but very disorganised North End Thistle, a football team who haven't won a game for 13 years.

Bryan Burnett attempts to organise and present a celebrity-studded fund raising show with North End Thistle, a football team who haven't won a game for 13 years.

1/6.

Community series.

01The Red Wheelies2007011920070120

Michelle McManus is with wheelchair dancers The Red Wheelies in Irvine and plagued by problems, an emotional Joyce McAllister wonders if anyone will actually turn up.

022006071420060715

Two Mesopotamian Devils have cursed St Michael's Church in Helensburgh for the past 140 years.

However, when Aled Jones agreed to join Bryan Burnett and this week's fund raising group, it became apparent the church was not the only thing to be affected by the curse.

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Women Against Violent Environments (WAVES) in Castlemilk, Glasgow, have enlisted Michelle McManus.

They need to raise Â2000 towards a group holiday, but time is against them and Michelle has double booked; so there is the little matter of someone taking over her presenting duties.

02Blazin Fiddles2007012620070127

Michelle McManus is off to Caol where dead animals, tyres and booze bottles litter the local beach.

So far all attempts to coax the locals out of their homes have failed, so is anybody going to turn up for a fund raising evening with Blazin Fiddles?

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The people of Raploch are desperate to revamp the image of their community.

But a fundraising concert is thrown into turmoil when the organiser pulls out of the event with just a fortnight to showday.

Will presenter Michelle McManus be forced to turn down the celebrity guest, Lord of The Rings star, Billy Boyd?

032008020120080202

Michelle's in Boat of Garten where the local group have managed to raise over ??100,000 towards a new community hall.

However, can they raise a further ??5000 for a new set of Garten-tartan curtains and, more importantly, can local fundraiser Graham Tootie MacPherson manage the pre-show announcement in front of a full house?

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20060722 (RS)

Bryan Burnett follows a group from Easterhouse as they endeavour to stage their first variety show to raise funds.

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Bryan Burnett helps a group from Dundee's Grey Lodge Settlement stage a traditional Scottish ceilidh to raise money.

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With Michelle McManus joining a star line up of Marmalade, Middle of the Road and Big Vern n the Shootahs, it's a great opportunity for Leigh Smith of Melanoma Support to sell out Milngavie Town Hall.

But with major opposition playing in Glasgow on the same night there's danger the place might be half empty.

04Push2008020820080209

Michelle heads to Perth this week where fundraising group PUSH has hired the town's 450 seat theatre for its show.

But with just ten days until show day and only 40 tickets sold, will the group even recoup the ??800 booking fee, never mind make any money towards their charity.

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Bryan Burnett joins Wick's World War Two Air Raid Victims, as they attempt to stage a variety show to raise money.

05 LASTHope2007021620070217

Michelle heads north east.

Sandy Stuart, a trustee with Hospitalfield Organic Produce Enterprise in Arbroath, applied to the show and then promptly left his colleagues to organise the event, while he took off abroad for a month, arriving back just days before the concert.

With Kiki Dee booked to sing in an 800 seat venue is Sandy beginning to regret his time off?

0620080222

Michelle heads to Campbeltown to meet the members of Home Start, who help families with children under five.

0620080223

Michelle heads to Campbeltown to meet the members of Home Start, who help families with children under five.

06 LAST2006081120060812

Headmaster Gerry Docherty takes on the challenge of transferring Grangemouth High's school show to the Edinburgh Festival.

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Michelle and the team head to Portessie to help the local teenagers organise the biggest event the village has seen for years.

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The LDTSRH format is really simple - you organise a fundraising show, we bring along our presenter Bryan Burnett as well as another celebrity to bring a touch of glamour.

You get to keep the money and we get to make a great programme for BBC Radio Scotland.

Bryan and the team are currently looking for groups who are trying to raise money for a good cause - this could be anything from refurbishing a community hall to helping a local charity.

The group must be hard working and creative and the more imaginative the better.

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6/7.

Headmaster Gerry Docherty is joined by Bryan Burnett as he takes on the challenge of transferring Grangemouth High's school show to the Edinburgh Festival.