20 September 2011
Firing up Gaelic interest
Starring role for Kilmarnock
KILMARNOCK Community Fire Station hits the small screen tomorrow
(WEDNESDAY) night, as it acts as a backdrop for an episode of
children's Gaelic TV programme Breab.
The reality show features six Gaelic-speaking Scots, aged 15-17,
who are set a series of challenges based on basic firefighting
drills, including hose running, search-and-rescue drills and a Road
This episode, which was filmed in July, was organised by
Strathclyde Fire & Rescue's Community Safety Directorate
and gives the Service the chance to raise its profile in the
The show features Watch Commander Ian Duff,
Community Firefighter Carol Cairns, Watch Commander Paul
Blackwood and Gaelic-speaking Firefighter Andrew Macleod.
You can catch Breab on BBC Alba channel 168 or freeview
channel 8 at 6:05pm.