A NEW entertainment show is being launched this week with the help of Tommy Cunningham from Wet Wet Wet.

The first programme of What's On Scotland will see drummer Tommy return to his home town of Clydebank for a stroll with music journalist Nicola Meighan.

They also check out The Hub in Kilbowie Road where the band rehearsed and performed their first gigs.

Tommy tells the show how he and fellow band members felt growing up, and how they were encouraged to work in local industries, even as they had nearly died out by the 1980s.

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Wet Wet Wet play Glasgow's Old Fruitmarket on April 27 as part of their new UK tour.

Presenter Emma Cameron said: "I’m so excited to be presenting What’s On Scotland which will be your Friday night must-watch guide to the weekend.

"We will be keeping our viewers up-to-date on all the latest from the world of entertainment and have got some fantastic interviews lined up. Don’t forget to tune in."

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What's On Scotland airs on STV on Friday, April 26 at 8pm.

Tommy, along with Marti Pellow, bassist Graeme Clark, guitarist Graeme Duffin and keyboardist Neil Mitchell, shot to fame after forming in the early 1980s. They remain best known for their 1994 cover of The Troggs' 1960s hit Love is All Around. The song spent 15 weeks at the top of the British charts and featured in the movie Four Weddings and a Funeral.

The group also had hits with Wishing I Was Lucky, Sweet Little Mystery, Angel Eyes and Goodnight Girl.

Wet Wet Wet split up in 1999 and later reformed in 2004. Marti Pellow left in 2017.