Throughout the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games we will be broadcasting from a range of locations across the city. As well as having our roving reporters at different locations across the city!
Radio for young people by young people
Sunday 20th July marked the arrival of the Queens Baton travelling throughout the North East of Glasgow. On the day we had young people reporting from the roadside and celebrations – hearing what you had to say! Below you can […]
A few weeks ago Ross McFarlane interviewed former MSP, Tommy Sheridan at St Paul’s Parish Church is Provanmill about the upcoming Independence Referendum.
As we edge closer to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games (and an exciting summer of broadcasting!), the presenters at our Ruchazie group have been asking people “What are you looking forward to at the Commonwalth Games?” you can hear the […]
Recently John Swinney MSP attended an event to celebrate a local initiative at St Paul’s Parish Church, Provanmiill. Ross managed to grab John for a quick interview which you can hear below!
Kristana interviews Abigail from East40 who have recently released a Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games inspired song to raise money for charity. The track is available to download from all good digital music outlets.
Recently Bolt FM have been working alongside PEEK in Calton. On Sunday they came along to our studios in Provanmill and here are their shows!
You can listen to Eddison’s interview with two outreach workers from Glasgow Council on Alcohol who had visited our studio in Blackhill. Eddison interviews Martha & Hazel from Glasgow Council on Alcohol by Bolt Fm on Mixcloud
Bolt FM has been working with some S4 pupils from Smithycroft Secondary School. Over the past few weeks we have recorded weekly debates looking at a range of issues that affect young people in Glasgow. You can listen to some […]
Neil Young is Youth Team Leader at St. Paul’s Youth Forum based in the Blackhill area of Glasgow. Yesterday, young people across the world took part in World Radio Day, an event organised by UNESCO to help give people a […]