Listen to ‘Drama Waves’ on Bolt FM

Last month “Drama Waves” was officially launched at Glasgow Youth Arts Festival in Glasgow Green. “Drama Waves” is a short radio drama which was written, recorded and produced by young people from across the city in 5 days. (more…)

#100faces; Coming soon

It is 2015 and King Lambie Productions are back. After months of boring paperwork and long funding meetings and discussions we are glad to be starting the fun part of our project which we have been teasing you about for so long.   (more…)

Bolt FM returns to 106.7FM

(Originally posted on www.boltfm.co.uk)   We at Bolt FM will be celebrating our fourteenth birthday by broadcasting from most of the communities we have worked in over the years between March 2nd and March 8th.   Our volunteers, all aged between 10 and 25 will be on 106.7 FM between 8 am and midnight each day using both the main studio in Provanmill and our portable studio in other locations.   (more…)

Camglen Radio “Up in Smoke”

Camglen Radio has recently produced a short radio feature titled "Up in Smoke" for NHS Lanarkshire. The programme created by Camglen Radio volunteers looks at the issue of smoking in Cambuslang & Rutherglen and addresses some of the key services in place to help smokers quit. You can listen to the feature below! (more…)

International Community Media Day 2013

Monday 4th November, 2013 marked the first (hopefully of many) International Community Media Day. King Lambie Productions were the official Scottish partners in the event co-ordinated through Citizens' Eye with over 25 countries participating. Below is a highlight of some tweets, content and quotes from #commedia13 discussion in Glasgow

Call for Volunteers! #commedia13

As you may have been following, International Community Media Day is less than SIX WEEKS away! We at King Lambie Productions have been working hard at making sure Scotland´s hub is the best it can possibly be and with the visitors to Glasgow we have in store, it’s looking to be pretty good. (more…)

Theatre of the Mind; Navigation Through Sound

Documentary submitted as part of my Creative Project BA (Hons) Broadcast Production degree, ‘Theatre of the Mind; Navigation Through Sound’ is a short radio documentary which explores how blind people can use sound to navigate. The programme features a range of concepts which is hoped contributes to its effectiveness and conveys realism. (more…)

Citizen Media 2012: Principles and Practices

Recently a lot of my time has been dedicated to writing my Honours thesis. It's been an interesting experience, and despite it being challenging at times, I have loved every moment of it. Having submitted the final copy just over a month now, and having some down time, I thought now is best to get back to writing. Below is the final dissertation which I submitted, feel free to add ...

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A Night at the Museum; #natm

Brief summary of the social media activity during Somewhereto_ and @uwscreative showcase event, hosted at Paisley Museum on 28th October, 2012. www.natm.co.u

UWS showcasing students’ expertise at Paisley Museum #natm

University of the West of Scotland’s School of Creative & Cultural Industries is hosting a showcase of its students’ work at Paisley Museum on Sunday 28 October 2012, 6pm-10pm.   The event, A Night at the Museum, is being run in partnership with Somewhereto_,which is committed to showcasing the skills of those aged 16-25.   The showcase will bring together and celebrate work of students spanning Events Management, Commercial ...

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