The show is dedicated to the music and musicians of Aberdeen. Not only for bands - solo artists, bands, songwriters, groups – well, musicians of all types are welcome and wanted! To apply for the show, email us on email@example.com.
Acting up is all about the acting world from musicals to movies to opera and plays and everything in between. We will bring you the latest in the performance world in Aberdeen and new and upcoming events all brought together with some of the best soundtracks the performing world has to offer
Help yourself to a bowlful from the Great American melting pot. A delicious stew of Country, Blues, Cajun and Americana, seasoned by the Old Country. A mouthwatering mix that’ll have you coming back for more!
Aye Gallus is a local radio programme by and for the older citizens of the North East. Highlights cover all aspects of news and views which affect the everyday lives of the young and old in our communities.
shmuTEAM provides the opportunity for local businesses and organisations to send a team of staff to shmu to take part in the ultimate teambuilding experience! The group are supported and trained by shmu staff throughout the day, which culminates in a live broadcast prepared and presented by our newest radio broadcasting team...
A rousing mixture of music with attitude from across the world from reggae to punk rock, skater thrash and world music. This show gives a voice to those with an alternate view on the world and all its goings-on. It is also a fantastic mix of music with great riffs, breaks n' beats.
Listen in to hear what the Community Engagement Officer, Stephen Bly, has been up to in your community. Plenty of talk about opportunities open to you and your community group including funding, volunteer resource and other service providers on your doorstep.
This lively show focuses on the news, events and issues relevant to the residents of Northfield and Cummings Park as well as the wider Aberdeen community. If there is a topic or concern you would like us to talk about, or if you would like to be a guest, please contact us.
It's the year 2101 and we join Nathan Darrk - the third best field agent of UDS-5 (Urban Danger Solutions Dept 5) - as he navigates a world totally different to our own. The past and the future have been mixed together by the Timebomb - as a result, people from the past and future mingle and try to figure out their place in the new world.
David and Kenny bring you the shmuFM Request Show every Thursday from 3pm. The show features a variety of music requested by listeners, with lively and entertaining chat from presenters David McBain and Kenny Bruce. If you would like David and Kenny to play your request in an upcoming show, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
DJ Finnie is joined by a different guest each week, bringing you a selection of music to see you through till midnight. You can expect to hear anything from northern soul, hip hop, dubstep, drum & bass and reggae on Finnie's show...
The Breakfast show week days 6am till 9am "Sure as the Sunrise" to get you started for the day ahead. Fine tunes local news and info, and as much juice as can be squeezed in between. Rise and shine, seize the day.
Presenter Aron Smith is here to entertain with a choice selection of music and more... Includes the ‘Weekend Gig Guide’, 'Then & Now' and the (soon to be infamous!) 'Last Song Scramble'… All this – plus our Band of the Week, local news and traffic updates – makes Friday's Cruise Control the right choice for your drive time pleasure!
Hard week? Delighted it’s Friday? Love good tunes? If you’ve ticked “Yes” to any of these, you’re in the right place! Join Pete The Punk and, whatever you’re doing, Naked Lunch will give you the chance to kick off your shoes, get up on the coffee table and dance!
A new show for the city’s gardeners, Growth Matters – broadcast at 1pm on Tuesdays, and repeated at 9am on Fridays – with Cruickshank Botanic Garden Curator Mark Paterson at the helm alongside Iona Mathieson.
The NHS Grampian Health Show brings you information on a wide range of health issues and local support available in your area. You can expect features like 'NHS in the News', information about national and local campaigns, as well as a different guest talking about a different health topic every week.
Enjoy the Top 40... from 40 years ago! Includes the top chart tracks, new entries and big climbers from this week back then, plus a look back at current events (in sport, politics, TV and movies) from the time. The show aims to make you smile by bringing back happy memories of days gone by!
Waking you up in the morning with three hours designed to get you up and about. Packed full of music, weather, traffic, chat and news - and featuring the now almost legendary “Dave’s Soggy Cornflake”…. a cheesy track guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
Created from a line in a Sex Pistols song, My Beautiful Self will take you on an often dark, always joyous journey through the cream of alternative music from the last 50 years and beyond. Presented by Pete The Punk, expect the unexpected…
Not the News is an hour-long weekly program which looks at the stories that didn't make the headlines but should. Does the news make you feel depressed and hopeless? Well, listen live to all the weird and wonderful stories from Aberdeen and all over the world.
You'll hear the latest on the week’s inventions, inspirational stories, fails, and much more news that makes you smile!
The Rave Relax Show has a simple objective, we play one hour of dance music and one hour of relaxing music. In the Rave Hour our regular features include:
The Soul/Rave Crossover: we smooth the transition from Whole Lotta Soul (on from 8-10) with a tune from the soul/funk/disco era then a dance track that sampled it.
Reading Radio is a joint project between SHMU and the Reading Bus and is funded by BBC Children in Need. Every week you will hear engaging material planned, prepared and presented by a different Primary 7 class from the Torry, Northfield and St. Machar school catchment areas.
shmuTRAIN Early Interventions project is currently working with pupils in Kincorth and Torry Academies. Tune in for an engaging mix of chat, music and discussion around topics of interest to young people.
The Polish Breakfast show is a live Polish language Saturday morning show, featuring Polish artists in Britain and promoting Polish culture, art and music generally. The show is packed with great music, interviews and information on events.
An hour long weekly stroll through the interesting world of volunteering and the voluntary sector for just about anyone, young or old, looking to be more of an active citizen and wishing to make that wee bit of a difference within their local community.
The fifth and final Spoken Word Show on shmuFM contains pieces from local authors and playwrights, punctuated by music and presenter Shawn Balfour. This show contains pieces from Alan Crawford, Svetlana Roberts, Roger Barnett and Martin Walsh.
The fourth Spoken Word Show on shmuFM contains pieces from local authors and playwrights, punctuated by music and presenter Shawn Balfour. This show contains pieces from Alan Crawford, Aron Smith, Svetlana Roberts, John Mackie, Roger Barnett and Martin Walsh.
The Spoken Word Show on shmuFM contains pieces from local authors and playwrights, punctuated by music and presenter Shawn Balfour. This show contains pieces from Alan Crawford, Aron Smith, Pam Shand, John Mackie and Martin Walsh.
The third Spoken Word Show on shmuFM contains pieces from local authors and playwrights, punctuated by music and presenter Shawn Balfour. This show contains pieces from Alan Crawford, Aron Smith, Svetlana Roberts, Pam Shand, John Mackie, Roger Barnett and Martin Walsh.
The second Spoken Word Show on shmuFM contains pieces from local authors and playwrights, punctuated by music and presenter Shawn Balfour. This show contains pieces from Alan Crawford, Aron Smith, Pam Shand, Roger Barnett and Martin Walsh.
The Sports Show on shmu celebrates all manner of sporting activities in and around the city, with a focus on local and community clubs and facilities. If you would like to come in as a guest or suggest content, please just get in touch - and don't forget to join Simon for the show every Friday afternoon!
The Talking Science show is packed full of science news and views relevant to everyday life. Each week the team from the University of Aberdeen bring you science you can try at home in DIY science, feature interviews with scientists here in Aberdeen about their groundbreaking work and take a look at the latest science news and views.
Big People music is a Jamaican term for the music that *ahem* older folk with discerning taste listen to. Each show has a theme (such as 'cats' or 'dogs') and features tunes from across the musical horizons – the only other criteria being that they are all from the very Top Drawer!
Culture’s NOT posh! Culture’s NOT exclusive! Culture’s NOT something for “other people”! That’s why the Culture Club brings you the widest possible range of events and news from our area - exhibitions, dance, craft, gardens, famous local folk, culture news - there’s bound to be something in it for you.
Local, national and international current affairs from the shmuNEWS team, with live studio debates tackling the big issues of the day and interviews with the people who make the important decisions in and around the Granite City and beyond.
The Essential Collection with Johnny Dee is an ecclectic blend of the greatest music from the past six decades. Make no mistake, however - this isn't an oldies show - merely an excuse to trawl through the biggest and best hits ever committed to acetate, vinyl, CD and mp3. These are the tracks of your life... This is The Essential Collection.
The Sci-Fi Show is THE place to get all the chat about comics, TV, film and technology - and some of the best music as well! Listen to Greg Swan and his weekly guest as they discuss the ins-and-outs of the geeky and nerdy alike, whilst sometimes going off on tangents as well... If you'd like to be on the show, contact the studio and get involved!
The Wednesday Session - jointly hosted by local musicians Kenny Hadden and Colin Edwards – will bring you the best of traditional and contemporary folk music. The programme will include music and songs from the traditions of Scotland, England, Ireland, and also much further afield.
Waking you up in the morning with three hours designed to get you up and about. Packed full of music, weather, traffic, chat and news - and featuring the now almost legendary “Dave’s Soggy Cornflake”…. a cheesy track guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Also featuring “Where Are They Now” and the mellow sounds of “The Big Breakfast shmu…thie” - there really is no better way to start your day!
Torry Treasures brings news, views, events, entertainment and extraordinary interviews about and from the people of Torry. You will find news about the community centres, churches, festivals, heritage and many others things of concern to the Torry community. Torry Treasures has built a reputation for ensuring that the authentic voices of the residents are heard...
The Breakfast show - weekdays 7am 'til 9am - "Sure as the Sunrise" to get you started for the day ahead. Fine tunes, local news and info, and as much juice as can be squeezed in between. Rise and shine, seize the day!
Classic tracks and memories from the 1980s... Big hits, big hair - and even bigger shoulderpads - from possibly the most diverse decade ever! Ska, Electronic, New Wave, Soul, New Romantic and much more, all packed into one electrifying hour...
Breaking all the Urban music and catching up with both local and international artists. The show also has a flashback moment, paying tribute to artists in the Urban industry. Featuring interviews with artists - guest presenters and DJs also contribute to the show.
The Breakfast Show, weekdays 7am 'til 9am, "Sure as the Sunrise" to get you started for the day ahead. Fine tunes, local news and info, and as much juice as can be squeezed in between. Rise and shine, and seize the day with Neil Gibbons.