RGU:Radio is the official student-run radio station for Robert Gordon University with shows from RGU students on music, entertainment, sport, news and more. RGU:Radio gives students the opportunity to share their passions, develop their skills, meet new people and have fun. Students can listen live to our shows below, and listen back through MixCloud!

The station has been in existence under a number of different names for many years including Radio Space and Rascal Radio, but was relaunched 9th February 2013 as RGU:Radio. Since then the station has grown and expanded, gaining a wide variety of student volunteers, listeners and supporters.

RGU:Radio aims to be a fresh, modern station for the students at RGU, with the aim of playing the songs and producing shows that reflect the interests of students. RGU:Radio is supported by the RGU Students' Union and run by student volunteers. If you want to know more about RGU:Radio or have questions, feel free to get in touch:

RGU:Radio is back for 2017/18 and are recruiting our new team! Our full schedule of shows will be out soon!

RGU:Radio offers a wide range of opportunities for students to volunteer with us and get involved in the station. Whether you are interested in news, music, audio production, events, marketing or more, there is a chance for you to help out with RGU:Radio. 

  • Presenter - Why not run your own show? Come up with an idea, think of your favourite music, and book out a regular time each week to run your show. All training will be provided.
  • Producer - You could help us run the station? Look for new music, update the system, support presenters, and run the schedule.
  • Promoter - Help us promote the station? Manage social media, plan events, update the website and more!


Before you get up and running with your show, you will need to come along to an RGU:Radio training session! These session will introduce you to the radio station, equipment, and step by step how to run your show. It is essential that all presenters and users of the studio recieve training to make sure you are up to scratch with the rules and health and safety information. If you ever wish to have a training session, you can contact rguradio@rguunion.co.uk


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