A Little Breath of Scotland Turns 45

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Ontario’s Longest Running Radio Show

On October 24, 2010, Denis Snowdon’s A Little Breath of Scotland and The New AM740 – ZoomerRadio are proud to celebrate a milestone achievement that very few in the industry can match, the 45th anniversary show!

The secret to the show’s success? Denis says it’s all about the music and the loyalty of faithful listeners around the world who tune in every weekend. “For a great many people, it’s ‘their’ show, not mine. A Little Breath of Scotland is part of their weekend routines. On Sundays, for a couple of hours, they listen to ‘their show’.”

Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Denis Snowdon came to Canada in 1964 and has called Oakville home ever since. Since 1965, Denis Snowdon’s A Little Breath of Scotland has been heard every Sunday on The New AM740 – Zoomer Radio (formerly known as CHWO-AM740 in Oakville), making it one of the longest-running shows with the longest-serving host in Canadian broadcast history.

From bagpipes and highland jigs, and pop songs and favourite ballads, to special guest interviews with John McDermott, Andy Stewart, Kenneth McKellar, The Alexander Brothers, Ian Rankin, and Diana Gabaldone, A Little Breath of Scotland has been the gateway to Scotland, without the airfare.

A Little Breath of Scotland with Denis Snowdon can be heard on The New AM740 – Zoomer Radio every Sunday from 4-6pm. Visit www.zoomerradio.ca.

A message from Moses Znaimer

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A message from Moses Znaimer, founder of Zoomer Radio, AM 740.