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Holyrood Rocks

Shmu were given the opportunity to attend the event at the Scottish Parliament, Holyrood Rocks, in Edinburgh.

The Youth Media Team met up to catch the coach at 9:30 and by 10:30 we began our journey!  We travelled by coach for 3 hours, which was long but when arrived at the Scottish Parliament, we knew we were in for one awesome day! 

Date added: 03/11/2015

Youth Media Taster Sessions

shmu are offering an opportunity for young people to come along to shmu on Thursday 15th October between 1-4pm to take part in a youth media taster session which will consist of a short training session in radio production, film making, citizen journalism and music production.

Date added: 01/10/2015

Youth Media 16 Plus group

The 16+ Group is a new Youth Media show that is broadcast on Saturday from 1-2pm.  We are involved with the Youth Radio Project, and meet up every Tuesday and discuss on what topic to tackle.

The point of this is that it is still Youth Media but the topics are aimed more for the older group and listeners, as well as the topics being more relevant and relatable for the age group.

Date added: 08/09/2015

Aberdeen City Youth Council partner up with the Youth Media Team

The Youth media team at SHMU FM are partnering up with the Aberdeen City Youth Council to produce a show every month based on the thoughts and opinions of young people from within Aberdeen.

Date added: 05/09/2015

Youth Media Visit to Laurels Lodge

Shmu’s Youth Media Team was invited to visit Laurels Lodge to get a sneak peak of their new sensory garden before their opening on the Thursday 20th August at 11:00am. 

Date added: 18/08/2015

shmuTASTIC at Youth Media

Over the summer SHMU has been host to a group of Primary 7s who have been taking part in lots of different activities over the summer including radio, journalism, music and film.

Today was their last session so we got the group to write about what they had done at SHMU and what they had enjoyed...


Date added: 12/08/2015

Western Arts University Ambassadors (USA)

My favourite show from this year’s Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF) was the Western Arts University Ambassadors (USA). The story was called “Blazing Tides” and it was about the struggles and conflicts between the elements of fire and water. The story was influenced by a range of stories and films such as Romeo and Juliet and The Last Airbender.

Date added: 04/08/2015

AIYF International Variety Gala

It has finally come to an end of AIYF 2015! AIYF finished on the 1st of August at the ‘HMT’ with spectacular performances; we are sad to see all performers gone and were all glad seeing our bright performers and their performances this year. We went to see variety of events and big applause for all the performers at the AIYF, Aberdeen is proud that you brought smiles to our faces.

Date added: 04/08/2015

Up Close and Musical AIYF

This Up Close and Musical event was held at St Mary’s Church on Thursday the 28th of July. The all singing concert ranged from many different styles from classical to theatrical and bits in between with each piece being accompanied with a piano. Each performer never failed to put on a performance and powerfully sold their songs to the audience.

Date added: 04/08/2015

AIYF - welcome ceremony

On the 25th of July members of the Youth Media Team headed down to the Music Hall to see the Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF) Welcome Ceremony which kicked off the festival. The ceremony gave a warm welcome to the talented young performers who were taking part in the festival this year.

Date added: 04/08/2015