On March 23rd, a few minutes of footage from GUST and Subcity Update were shown alongside a BBC report on the attempted Free Hetherington eviction.
Some of GUST’s footage from yesterday’s occupation and today’s march was used in an STV News at Six segment about the protests of December 9, 2010.
The full STV segment can be seen here: STV: Students march through Glasgow in mass protest.
Check out exclusive photos of GUST past and present in our new Flickr group:
The SRC’s Volunteering, Clubs and Societies Week (25-29 Jan 2010) is your chance to get stuck into life outside the realm of studies at Glasgow University!
If you haven’t yet been to a GUST meeting, now’s your chance – come along to the Williams Room on Monday at 1pm, and we’ll tell you all you need to know about the University’s own student TV station, established 1964.
You can see the full line-up of VCS events at glasgowstudent.net
During the holiday period, GUST will be crossing the Channel for our brand new, eight-part series, French Connection Scotland. If you’re considering a year’s study in France, Emma McMullan has all you need to know about life on campus, cuisine, leisure, accommodation, nightlife, plus what not to say and do and the Top 10 things to do in France on a student budget.
Look out for a new edition every other day from Monday 21st December through to Monday 4th January.
Part of SRC’s Media Week, come along and take part in the taping of GUST’s weekly news programme – you’ll have a chance to observe & try out every aspect of a studio recording, from camera, sound and lighting to floor managing and directing. Join us at the GUST Office, John McIntyre Building, Thu 12th Nov, 5pm.
Glasgow band Make Sparks played a live set in studio this week for One More Tune, GUST’s music programme. Below are some exclusive pictures from the set, which you can see on the new One More Tune episode.
One More Tune is broadcast twice a month, each time bringing you new and exciting coverage of gigs and musical events on and around campus. Make Sparks is only the first of many talented and quality musical acts you can expect to see on the show this year. Stay tuned for more tunes!
(All photographs © their respective photographers. All rights reserved.)
GUST will be all over campus during Freshers’ Week!
Monday 14th September sees the start of Freshers’ Week ’09, GUST’s daily guide to everything that happened the day & night before, and all that’s to come in the next 24 hours, with full details of forthcoming events from the SRC, the GUU, the QMU and GUSA. You can see Freshers’ Week ’09 here at gust.tv (where you can subscribe to the podcast), and on our screens in the John McIntyre Building and in the Glasgow University Union.
GUST will also have full coverage of the Freshers’ Address on Monday 14th September.
We’ll be on hand at the SRC Freshers’ Fair (Tue 15th & Wed 16th Sep, Bute/Randolph Halls), there’s an introduction to Student TV on Thu 17th Sep (2pm, GUST Office), and you can see a compilation of GUST’s best output in recent years at the Gilmorehill G12 Cinema on Fri 18th at 2pm (admission free).
So wherever you are during Freshers’ Week, GUST will be there too!
Tuesday 15th & Wednesday 16th September, 10am, GUST @ Freshers’ Fair, Bute/Randolph Halls
Thursday 17th September, 2pm, An Introduction To Student TV, GUST Office
Friday 18th September, 2pm, GUST Showreel, Gilmorehill G12 Cinema
Monday 21st September, 1pm, GUST Meeting (First of 2009/10), Williams Room (John MacIntyre Building)
Glasgow University Student Television is the UK’s first student TV station. For over forty-five years, GUST has produced brand new programming every week, which can be viewed online, on your iPod, and at various locations around campus. With its studio facilities, fully equipped editing suites and a plethora of filming equipment, the output of this station is high-quality and professional, and this has been recognised with awards in various categories from the National Student Television Association and others.
GUST offers students many different avenues to explore, such as presenting, writing, directing, acting, effects & design and more. Former GUST members include broadcaster Andrew Neil and Doctor Who writer Steven Moffat, and more recent graduates have worked on programmes as varied as Sky News Today, Secret Diary of a Call Girl and Fifth Gear.
We’ll be on hand at the SRC Freshers’ Fair, and we have two special events during Freshers Week – see ‘GUST Events – September 2009’ for details. Whether you plan to work in television or just want to join one of the friendliest groups on campus, come along and get involved!