Glasgow University Student Television

Campus Overcrowding: GUST News Investigates

Campus Overcrowding: GUST News Investigates

NaSTA Entries, News, February 13, 2019

GUST News talks to Aamer Anwar, Unite and University of Glasgow senior management about study space on campus and if Glasgow’s £1 billion campus redevelopment offers anything to current students. This is GUST’s entry for the 2019 NaSTA award for Best News Coverage.

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GUST’s Late Late Christmas Party

GUST’s Late Late Christmas Party

Comedy & Drama, January 22, 2019

In true GUST fashion, we’re running a bit behind. But we hope you’ll join us for our Christmas party, complete with games, dancing, and Brussel sprout smoothies.

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Freshers’ Week 2018: Thursday

Freshers’ Week 2018: Thursday

Freshers' Week, September 14, 2018

We’re hoping Thursday’s coverage will leave all of you as shook as we are. We went back in time twice; the first was at the Vintage Fair where we picked up some groovy clothes. Later, our head chefs guided us through an episode of Bullseye Kitchen. We later caught up with Scott Mills & Chris […]

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Freshers’ Week 2018: Wednesday

Freshers’ Week 2018: Wednesday

Freshers' Week, September 13, 2018

It was an action-packed Wednesday here at Glasgow Uni: first, we zoomed around the Sports Fayre to check out all the clubs GUSA has to offer. Next, we drank some cocktails and played some boardgames for Cocks and Boards (and found out alcohol defo improves your Scrabble abilities). At night, we tagged along to both […]

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Freshers’ Week 2018: Tuesday

Freshers’ Week 2018: Tuesday

Freshers' Week, September 12, 2018

What do two communists going around the Freshers’ Fair, the infamous GUST Flash Quiz, Glasgow-based rockers Honeyblood and a bunch of tipsy folks doing some mass karaoke have in common? That’s right, it’s Tuesday of Freshers’ Week. As always, we’re bringing you the entire scoop, and guiding you around some cool picturesque spots along the […]

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GUST’s Pres for Freshers

GUST’s Pres for Freshers

Freshers' Week, September 10, 2018

Looks like Freshers aren’t the only ones having fun this week… we’ve been doing some cheeky pre-ing ourselves. Join us for an exclusive look into our bootcamp and just how your fave GUST programmes are made! We are GUST. Join us!

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Flatmate Swap

Flatmate Swap

Comedy & Drama, Lifestyle, March 26, 2018

Two students, from two different flats, swap for a university experiment, while a camera crew documents the experience. Warning: Monopoly is played.

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Best On-Screen Talent: Theo Hornsey

Best On-Screen Talent: Theo Hornsey

NaSTA Entries, February 15, 2018

This showreel is a compilation of the highlights and memorable moments of Theo Hornsey on screen over the past year. From fooling around during Freshers’ Week, to firespinning in Kelvingrove Park, he’s immersed himself in a large variety within the world of presenting and as an on-screen talent.

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Big Night Out

Big Night Out

NaSTA Entries, February 13, 2018

Big Night Out is a light entertainment piece about four boys who are about to have the best night of their lives, or so they think. GUST allowed four idiotic boys (Ewan, Martin, Stu and Theo) to film their night out, which they assured GUST would be “literally amazing.” Throughout the programme, the boys get […]

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Beer Pong: The Shambolic Sequel

Beer Pong: The Shambolic Sequel

Sports, February 9, 2018

Join presenter Martin McHard (as well as two teams with really, really terrible aim…) for the return of sports themed beer pong!

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in short: Blueprint B-Roll

in short: Blueprint B-Roll

Film, December 6, 2017

First in a two-part series, this episode of ‘in short’ looks at Glasgow’s short film scene. Theo Hornsey is in conversation with Hans Lucas about the side project of Blueprint which is in the B-Roll series. Blueprint is an organisation that supports independent Scottish short films and filmmakers.

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Miscellanea: Leather Crafting

Miscellanea: Leather Crafting

Arts, October 27, 2017

This week on Miscellanea, we chat to Kindred Willow about leather-crafting. Entirely self-taught, his Celtic-inspired belts and shields are incredible examples of craftsmanship and skill.

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