A RADIO legend has made a pit stop in Clydebank.

Ken Bruce, originally from Glasgow, has brought the Stop for PopMaster tour of his BBC Radio 2 show to European Circuits Limited at Clydebank Industrial Estate.

Staff at European Circuits were also treated to a special performance from Scottish songstress Amy Macdonald.

Based around the daily quiz Ken hosts on his show, the team have been travelling the UK and broadcasting from workplaces.

The quiz sees two people each day compete against each other to answer questions about the last six decades of pop music.

Ken told the Post: "I thoroughly enjoyed bringing PopMaster to Glasgow back in 2016 for BBC Children in Need, so the fact that we get the chance to do this again is such a joy. It always feels good to be home.”

The idea behind the tour, which will take in four different work places, is that the people in the workplace the broadcast is coming from will stop what they're doing to listen to the quiz, between 10.30am and 10.45am.

The show has already been broadcast from a bakery supplier in Northern Ireland, before making its way to Clydebank.

Winners of the quiz walk away with a Bluetooth speaker, with a chance to upgrade to a digital radio if they can name three of top 75 hits from an artist given by Ken.