Enjoy Breaking Bad.
Fast Eddie frae Bo’ness, sorry West Lothian poet and writer Glenn Muir, returns to McStorytellers today with a foot-stompin’, bone-shakin’ account of his sporting injuries. Ouch!
Enjoy Breaking Bad.
They’re back and they’re hungry! By popular demand, Bo’ness poet and writer Glenn Muir returns today with the further adventures of Shug and Dave, the Jungle Blues Brothers.
Still Rampant goes to prove that even in the jungle it’s a matter of taste for a pair of intrepid lions. Enjoy! And if you missed the guys first time round, catch up now with Lion Rampant.
Here’s a wee gem of a memoir from the pen of West Lothian poet and writer, Glenn Muir, who takes a wry look back at Saturday afternoon television in the days before Sky. It was all about the Sport!
By the way, Glenn calls himself a postman, poet, philosopher and patter-merchant. He also says he’s a Linlithgow native still living in the penal colony that is Bo’ness. His words, not ours.
Aye, somewhere ower the rainbow there’s a parallel Scottish political universe. At least there is in the mind of Bo’ness-based writer, poet and Linlithgow exile Glenn Muir.
Enjoy Glenn’s latest flight of fancy. It’s Ozsome!
Here today is a beautifully written, haunting tale of a child’s disappearance. It comes from the pen of poet, writer and Linlithgow native, Glenn Muir. And it’s called The Magical Chalks.
Here’s another lovely wee memoir from the pen of Bo’ness poet and writer Glenn Muir.
On a hot summer’s day in the Sixties, it’s time for a family run in the car, a spot of fishing by the Clyde and an Al Fresco feast. Enjoy the nostalgia!
When you look back and remember your dear auld mither, as Bo’ness poet and writer Glenn Muir does in today’s tale, you realise that she wasn’t just precious – she was one of an endangered species!
Enjoy Save the Rhino.
On McStorytellers tonight, poet, writer and Linlithgow native Glenn Muir has fond memories of a boyhood pet with a posh name and a penchant for Kennomeat and chocolate.
You’ll love David of Seafield!
“We got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark... and we're wearing sunglasses. Let’s hit the Serengeti!”
Meet Dave and Shug, the Jungle Blues Brothers, in Lion Rampant, the latest off-the-wall tale from Bo’ness poet and writer Glenn Muir.
Here’s an interesting piece of fantasy from oor man in Bo’ness, Glenn Muir. Blessed Are The Meek perhaps explains why our world is so fucked up.
Brendan Gisby is McStoryteller-in-Residence. He's the author of four novels, three biographies and several short story collections.