What has RGU:Radio been creating this semester?

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Podcasts are a great way of getting entertainment and/or information. With RGU:Union having a platform for students to start their own podcasts on, we decided to investigate what they have been up to this semester.


Uncovering the Mystery

In each episode, the presenters, Joy and Rose, go through different mysteries trying to discover the truth. This is a great programme that keeps you on tenterhooks all the time. With each episode talking about a different story, this programme is definitely worth a binge.


Six Nations Podcast

This podcast seems to have finished for the semester, with the final episode having aired on the 5th of November. The podcast is perfect for any rugby fan, discussing the highs and lows of the rugby matches during the Six Nations.


Swiftie Stories

Each episode uses songs by Taylor Swift to portray different stories, in the format of a mini-musical. This podcast is ideal for any Taylor Swift fan (aka. Swiftie) or anyone who loves listening to musicals.


RGU:Radio produces really high-quality content and we can’t wait to listen to more of their podcast episodes. Every RGU student has the opportunity to create their own show(s), no matter your skill level or interest.


For more information on joining RGU:Radio, or to listen to their fantastic content, please go to https://www.rguunion.co.uk/media/radio/.


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