A DJ on Radio Clyde is to venture out every morning next week in a competition inviting listeners to identify him through his disguise, in the hope of winning a prize.
Clyde 1's drivetime presenter, Robin Galloway, will, in disguise, visit a railway station in the West of Scotland each morning. Clues as to his whereabouts will be provided on air and through www.clyde1.com.
The competition is being run as part of 'Live on Location', involving the station's breakfast show, ‘George and Suzie in the Morning’, being broadcast next week, Monday to Friday, from Glasgow's Central Rail Station and adjoining Grand Central Hotel.
Up for grabs for two listeners each day – one who identifies Galloway in person and the other the first person to text in his location to Clyde 1 – are tickets on the Caledonian Sleeper rail service, plus an overnight stay in London.