The pandemic sweeping the nation has had a disastrous impact to the livelihood of many U.K citizens, specifically those in the music and entertainment industry. With no gigs to play and no […]
Retail Workers Must Be Priority For Vaccines Say Trade Unions
By Kevin Craigens Trade Unions are calling for food retail workers to be vaccinated as a priority alongside other key workers, such as NHS staff and support workers. This comes in the […]
Frank Turner reflects on ‘miserable’ year
by Ben MacDonald As it was revealed that Glastonbury Festival was cancelled for the second year in a row, a future where musicians get to perform in front of their adoring fans […]
UWS News 14th January 2021, 11am Radio Bulletins
Are Concussion Protocols Strict Enough?
By Colin Falconer After the horrific head injury to Wolves and Mexico striker Raul Jimenez on Sunday evening during their 2-1 win away at Arsenal, and the subsequent head injury Arsenal’s David […]
UWS News Radio Bulletins 11am Friday 6th November
The latest news and sports headlines from 4th Year BA Journalism and Sports Journalism Students at 11am on Friday the 6th of November.
4th Year UWS News Radio Bulletins + Live Two Ways
SCOTS MUSICIANS’ NEXT JOB COULD BE IN CYBER. (they just know it won’t be)
By Layla Maguire COVID-19 has pushed musicians across the globe back to where they started: performing in their bedroom. This time last year, gigs and concerts were among the main events to […]
Journalism course has given student a magazine goal
In her last year of Journalism at UWS, Shannon Lennox has revealed her ambition to work for a magazine after mastering her skills during the course. After creating two magazines in second and third year, this […]
Working for a Better World.
By Adam Campbell Arooj Malik is a third-year journalism student at the University of the West of Scotland. She is 24 years old and is a graduate of Glasgow Clyde College, where […]