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GUST Best Broadcaster 2019

GUST Best Broadcaster 2019

Features, NaSTA Entries, February 19, 2019

GUST has had another incredible year. In celebration of our 55th birthday, we’ve travelled through the last six decades of television and explored the fabulous content we’ve created this year.

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GUST Best Broadcaster 2018

GUST Best Broadcaster 2018

NaSTA Entries, February 16, 2018

What has GUST been up to since the last NaSTA awards? This is a 10-minute reel showcasing GUST’s vibrant spirit, with the aim of winning over the judges’ hearts and the coveted Best Broadcaster award.

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Breaking the Cycle

Breaking the Cycle

NaSTA Entries, February 15, 2018

Eating disorders affect a large proportion of the UK’s population, but are so rarely spoken about and considered to be “taboo.” This documentary explores what it means to live with an eating disorder in today’s society, featuring interviews with people who have been through them sharing their experiences.

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PTSD: Not Just From Warfare

PTSD: Not Just From Warfare

Film, June 29, 2015

A mini-documentary discussing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the effects of stigma surrounding the illness, as well as a one-on-one interview with a victim of PTSD.

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Best Broadcaster 2015

Best Broadcaster 2015

Features, NaSTA Entries, February 25, 2015

Hello and welcome to GUST!

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Wildlife: West End

Wildlife: West End

Features, NaSTA Entries, February 14, 2015

Wildlife: West End takes you up close to some of the West End’s urban wildlife including squirrels, birds and foxes.

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Glasgow University’s World War One: Stories of Honour

Glasgow University’s World War One: Stories of Honour

Features, November 11, 2014

During the First World War, 4506 members of Glasgow University played a role in the war effort, serving on the front lines or on the home front. The University’s ‘Roll of Honour’ went online in 2005, and since then over 300 biographies of those who took part have been added. This documentary looks at 6 […]

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