South side drivers warned of road restrictions as children's sci-fi show is filmed in area

DRIVERS in Glasgow's South Side are being warned they will face traffic restrictions this week while a children's sci-fi drama is being filmed in the streets for television.

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The cBBC team will be recording the latest series of Eve, a 30-minute show about a robot's attempts to be a regular teenager.

The two days of road closures take place on Aytoun Road, between St John's Road and Shields Road,

They will be closed between 7am and 2pm tomorrow.

The same restrictions apply on Wednesday, but will run from 7am until 9pm.

Drivers will be restricted to no waiting or loading from midnight on July 1 to 9pm on July 2 in Terregles Avenue between Glencairn Gardens and Leslie Road and Shields Road (west side only) between Aytoun Road and Albert Drive.

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