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Your local radio station were delighted to get a mention in the uk parliament a big thank you to David Linden Jim Shannon and Chris Stephens
East End Community radio are undertaking live shows on a part time basis keep checking our social media for show updates.
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East End Community Radio has a vast array of fantastic shows all of which are posted in the meet the team section of this website.
You can also Listen live online at Live Online Radio
We are a New voluntary Community Radio station looking to build a relationship with local Young and Old People in the East End Of Glasgow providing you with a voice.
Our Mission is to develop East End Community Radio to its full potential as a vibrant Community Radio station
whose management and programming is based on community access and participation, and which reflects the special interests and needs of the listenership.
To Provide Training and support to Young and old people to Produce their very own Radio Programme and be active in the Community. while giving them a platform to learn new skills and have their say on what is happening in the community.
We aim to cover what is happening in the following areas of the East End Of Glasgow as well as promoting activities and local groups throughout the following areas.
If you have a local event coming up we would love to hear from you simply drop us a email via Eastendcommunityradio@gmail.com or direct message the team at https://www.facebook.com/EastEndCommunityRadio/
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The Fantastic ways to get in touch with East End Community Radio
Telephone - 07983972586
Text the Studio- 07983972586
Email the Studioeecrstudio@gmail.com
Tweet us @community_end
Just a taste of local events Happening in the East End of Glasgow to advertise your event simply drop us a email Eastendcommunityradio@gmail.com
Why not join and Support your local Credit Union?
Why not give us a like on Facebook
If you run a community organisation and cover the following areas then East End Community Radio would love to hear from you to promote your services.
Simply drop the team a email email@example.com
East End Community Radio would like to say a big thank you for voting and enabling the station to receive the funding
A huge congratulations to all the winners at the Calton w9 public ballot
And the winners were...Baltic Street Adventure Playground, Urban Fox, Peek, New Fossils Kinship Support Group, Church House Bridgeton, East End Community Radio, FAB/ Bridgeton Community Learning Campus, Friends of People’s Palace, Calton Community Association
East End community radio shows
Keep up to date with the early morning news and travel with Stuart James or Toby Jug at Breakfast.
If you are a fan of unsigned music there is only one place to be every thursday afternoon from 1 pm with Reverend Jim as he unleashes some hidden Gems.
Every Wednesday and Thursday we hand the reigns over to the young people as they host the youth takeover from 5.15 pm
Keep up to date with all the upcoming guests to the station simply by checking us out on facebook.
East End Community Radio would like to Thank Everyone who voted at the Calton W9 and the team at Community Choices Scotland
Thank you to Gary Harkins from Kelvin College for helping East End Community Radio with Technical Support
Finally a big thank you To Michael Mccourt from Helenslea hall for seeing the vision and supporting East End Community Radio
Bringing more than just soundwaves to its patch of Glasgow, newly launching East End Community Radio aims to give people a platform for their own voice.
From early next month, the local station is welcoming residents across the East End to not just listen, but also take part in shaping their own broadcasting hub.
From the station’s home within Helenslea Community Hub in Braidfauld, co-owner and presenter, John ‘Toby’ Flannigan, explains: “Our drive is an up and coming community radio station where we can show kids and adults an avenue into broadcasting.
“We’ll teach them how to produce a show from start to finish with music and interviews among the content.”
Toby and fellow co-owner and presenter Stuart James have combined their passion for radio with a desire to see East End talent flourish.
With Toby’s role as a youth work volunteer and community champion at Asda Forge mixed with Stuart’s background in hospital radio — most recently as presenter of Southern Sound hospital radio broadcasting to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital — the duo have big ambitions for the station.
Naturally shy, quiet man Stuart comes alive when the On Air light comes on.
He says: “We want to give the East End of Glasgow its voice again.”
For Toby it’s an idea that’s been four years in the making. Following a successful application of just under £10,000 from this year's Participatory Budget for Calton Ward 9, the venture has found its home and been kitted out with the latest in broadcast technology thanks to support from the community.
The station is proud to have its home at the Helenslea Community Hall, welcomed by the hub's co-ordinator Michael McCourt.
Michael says: "The community radio station starting up is evidence of people working together. I’ve got a budget for the building, and as soon as it was okayed I met up with Toby and Stuart and we were able to support them with connecting with local companies."
Among those who've formed a partnership with the station is help is Gary Harkins, Curriculum Manager for Community Engagement at Glasgow Kelvin College.
Sharing how the college will connect on an educational basis, Gary says: "We're delighted we are able to be involved in this very worthwhile project at Helenslea.
"Our Widening Access Fund helps us support our partners and deliver skills for life and work to young people in our communities.
Gary adds: "This exciting new radio project offers an entirely new experience for people in the East End and Glasgow Kelvin College is looking forward to supporting this development through a range of learning opportunities."
With its motto 'Your voice for your choice,' Toby and Stuart have broadcast a few early shows ahead of their official launch on Saturday 10th August, when they'll go on air between noon and 3pm.
Looking beyond the launch, Toby says: "Our main objective is to get most of the kids in the area involved in some sort of capacity, whether they want to come in and play tunes or speak during a wee half hour show giving them that wee bit of confidence. They may never get that chance otherwise."
To connect with East End Community Radio, follow the station on Facebook and Twitter.
East End Community Radio Launch
East End community radio would like to thank everyone for attending the launch of the station at Helenslea Community Hall.
Well done to Kianna and Calvin for presenting the youth takeover it was music to our ears.
Toby Jug doing the official opening Speech
A big thanks to Michael from Helenslea Community Hall for his creative decor skills
Toby Jug Calvin Stuart James and Kianna getting set to press the button for the live launch
The East End Community Radio Team were thrilled to get a mention in parliament by the wonderful David Linden
Here is your chance to Listen back to The Hidden Gems Show with Reverend Jim simply click on the above link
Here is just a few of the fantastic shows you can hear on East End Community Radio
Your chance to listen again to Stuart James on Friday Breakfast
Why Not listen back again to Toby Jug at Breakfast?
Experience the sound of the Fantastic youth Takeover only on East End Community Radio
David Linden Member of parliament payed a visit to East End Community Radio and caught up with Toby Jug
We are delighted that David has agreed to be interviewed on the youth takeover keep checking our social media for more information.
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