Giving Tuesday - 26 hours of Community Radio on shmuFM

Station House Media Unit’s shmuFM is kicking off its first ever Giving Tuesday at 9am on 27th November with 26 hours of live community radio broadcasting.

Date added: 20/11/2018

We are recruiting - two brand new roles to fill

No matter what your job is at shmu, everyone’s work is about the same thing – transforming the lives of individuals and communities across North East Scotland. We are looking for four exceptional, innovative, community minded individuals to join our team in key full time roles.

Date added: 14/08/2022

BFI Academy 2022 - Apply Now!

Applications are open for the Aberdeen BFI Film Academy which will run from September 2022 to January 2023. If you are aged 16-19 years old and are interested in film or want to explore a career in film, then this is the perfect course for you.  

Date added: 04/08/2022

Youth Media vs Chemistry!

Our Youth Media Team were recently visited by Dr Alan McCue from the University of Aberdeen in partnership with the Curiosity Fund during British Science Week! The group got to watch multiple chemistry demonstrations, film them and speak about it on their radio show.  

Check out the video, then read on to find out what some of the group thought of it all...

Date added: 05/04/2022

Adult Services: HMP Grampian participants win arts awards

Exciting news from our Adult Services Team - our participants in HMP Grampian have been awarded 4 Koestler Arts Awards for arts in criminal justice!
Date added: 26/10/2021

Andrew Cummings

Andrew is a metal fanatic and connoisseur of all things dark, heavy and strange. Outside of presenting he spends his time expanding his ever growing music collection, faffing around with sound equipment, binging old horror films and walking his pet ferret, Flóki.

CashBack Move Forward Report published

Our CashBack Move Forward programme helps young people through three core projects: Our Youth Media programme, shmu’s Training Academy and the Media Access Project at HMP Grampian. 

The programme makes a real difference and we’ve just published our Year 1 Report which details how. Read it here:

Date added: 27/07/2021

A brief history of shmuPRESS

During the Covid-19 outbreak the editorial volunteers and the shmu support team are working hard to continue to produce community magazines. We are aware of the important role our magazines have to play in circulating information as well as celebrating local communities and we want to continue to do this during these challenging times. 

Date added: 28/05/2021
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