I had no idea what to expect on receiving a last minute phone call asking to me to attend a performance of One Man, Two Guvnors. The show was a roaring success with laugh a minute performances from all involved.
Over the month of September staff from shmu have been attending the many Freshers' Fayres put on to welcome new students in to the city.
Aberdeen Univeristy kicked off the lineup with their student fayre on Monday the 8th of September. Organisations from across the city turned up to encourage students to get involved in their volunteering opportunities.
The Queen’s Baton arrived in Aberdeen on Monday and was toured around various locations in the city, with specially selected individuals who were allowed to carry the baton on each leg of its journey. Our volunteer news team at shmu headed up to Northfield to catch one of our very own shmuFM presenters, Jacqui Innes proudly take up the baton.
We're running our highly successful Youth Radio Summer School during the holidays again this year, which offers free radio training for young people who live or attend school in the regeneration areas of the city.
Talking Science is the latest show to join the shmuFM schedule this week. The dynamic new show - presented by an expert team from the University of Aberdeen - aims to bring science-related news and events to a wider audience, making science and technology more accessible and engaging for everyone.