Christopher Doyle. A radio report on gender equality in sport in Scotland featuring Glasgow City Football Club’s Chairwomen, Carol Anne Stewart and Head of Youth, Amy McDonald.
Stewarton Crime Rate Skyrockets
The Bonnet Toun, better known as Stewarton, has been ravaged by a combination of both petty and serious crimes in recent months. Ryan McDougall has more.
Radio broadcast feature on the so called ‘bulking season’ by Matt Bryan: https://soundcloud.com/matt-bryan-13/bulking-season-feature
UWS TV News U.S Election Special
Presented by Ryan McDougall and Liam Menzies with reports from Johnny Kelly, Olivia Armstrong, Amy McGhee, Hamish Carton and Neil Dallimore.
Partners In Presidency: The Tim Kaine Story
By Liam Menzies How was he chosen as running mate? On July 22, 2016, Presidential candidate Hilary Clinton made known that Kaine would be her running mate in the upcoming election, beating […]
The social media battleground: An Elections won and lost in the mire of tweets
By Shaw Rooney SOCIAL MEDIA is on the rise in the political landscape and politicians are wising up to it. This is has never been more pertinent than in US Presidential race […]
The Scottish View on the Abortion Policies of Clinton and Trump
By Olivia Ogilvie During their US election campaigns, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have shown some very different views on various topics. A particular policy that has been largely highlighted throughout most of the […]
UWS Newsroom TV Episode 2
Kevin Craigens and Olivia Ogilvie present episiode 2 of UWS Newsroom TV from our studios in Ayr on October 10th 2016. Full Report below:
St Mirren Super Fan Happy To See Jack Ross Takeover.
New St Mirren manager Jack Ross will take charge of his first match as the Buddies boss this weekend when the Paisley side host Dundee United at The Paisley 2021 Stadium . Ahead […]
Obesity Levels in Scottish Primary Schools published
A new study from Cancer Research UK has revealed that 83,000 children have been obese when starting primary school in Scotland over the last ten years. Martin Tighe looked at two measures […]