A selection of sports and news journalism BA final year students presenting using iPad autocue and editing using Adobe Rush.
Ziggy Gordon on his less than ordinary football life
By Ben McNicol He could’ve stayed in his Scottish Premiership comfort zone. But throughout his career Ziggy Gordon has never been the one for taking the easy option. After a second spell […]
Andy Semple – The Travelling Supporter
By Sean Whitelaw Football supporters are notorious for their commitment when it comes to watching their teams play. We often see, particularly in Scotland, the numbers in attendance when Celtic and Rangers […]
Celtic v Motherwell Preview: Hoops & Steelmen Both Looking For Post-International Response
By Ryan McGinlay Celtic Park is the destination for an important game in the cinch Premiership, as the Hoops look set to take on the Steelmen in what promises to be a […]
EXCITEMENT FOR CELTIC FANS, AS THE CLUB LOOKS FOR NEW SIGNINGS TO BOOST THE TEAM
by Akindele Matthews Celtic Football fans can’t wait to have more wins as the club gain momentum in the title race sitting comfortably 4 points behind league leaders Rangers on the premiership […]
Kenneth Harvey On The Issues with Referees and If VAR in Scotland Would Help
By Scott Young The discussion around video assistant referee (VAR) in Scotland has gained mass traction over the past number of weeks with the talk of the technology being introduced into the […]
Show Racism The Red Card: Education is Key
By Declan Hughes As the fight against racism marches on, Show Racism The Red Card’s campaigns to tackle the societal issue becomes more prominent in the month of October. October is officially […]
Mixed Record at Half Time for Ayr United
By Sandrine Wyrich (@SunnyWyrich_) This week marks the halfway point of Ayr United’s 2020/21 Championship campaign. Going into the season, ambitions were firmly set on pushing for the play-offs, as the Honest […]
Hibs, Haunt Well in a 6-0 Victory.
By Kenny Boag Hibernian made it two wins from two in the SWPL as they turned the day after Halloween into a nightmare for Motherwell at the Penny Cars Stadium. The Well […]
Scotland’s lower leagues: Perspectives on the effect of the coronavirus pandemic.
By Ben Kearney @BenKearney0 Scotland’s lower leagues will suffer beyond repair – if heavy restrictions remain in place, says Albion Rovers manager Brian Reid: “It’s farcical to be honest, I just can’t […]