MASSIVE thanks to Cameron Fleming for raising a whopping £750 for SAM RADIO. He did an excellent charity run last month and money from that will be going into new equipment for our new studio!
SAM RADIO have recently been nominated for the Community Venture Award at this years Radio Forth Awards! We’d like to thank everyone that has taken time out to nominate us, we really appreciate it!
On Friday 31st August, Scottish Autistic Media will be hosting a SAM RADIO Night at The Leith Dockers Club in Edinburgh. The night will include DJ sets from some of the presenters of SAM RADIO, as well as a free raffle prize draw. Tickets are £6 and can be purchased via email at email@example.com!
A HUGE Thank You to J.A Ceramics for sponsoring another four Sam Radio Shows including Christopher’s Rock Show, Kieron and Nick’s Enterbiz, Afternoon Anthems with Dylan and Alex in the afternoon. J.A Ceramics have sponsored The Sarah Lomax show for 2 years and we are so pleased that they will continue to support her and the other presenters. If you are a company and would...
We’d like to take this opportunity to thank the following that have pledged money to SAM RADIO through our Crowd-Funder site. Catherine Lomax Barton Bank Moira Dickenson Gordon Dracup Sue Whisler Tim Jones Susan Margaret Owen Laura Andrew (+ those who wish to remain anonymous)
A clip made by STV 2, showing what this station means to presenters like Sarah Lomax, who is on the Autistic Spectrum.
Adam Sturrock -a journalist on the autistic spectrum- came in to SAM RADIO and interviewed both Philip and Paul Ross, discussing about how the station came to life and what life is like for adults on the autistic spectrum. The interview was part of Sturrock’s college project and can be heard in full below.
Our very own Sarah Lomax has had a surprise visit from Nicola Sturgeon during her sewing class on Friday. Well done Sarah! We’re all proud of you!
Provide presenting opportunities for those on the autistic spectrum Provide a platform for those on the autistic spectrum, helping to breakdown individuals’ social barriers whilst allowing their confidence to grow. Have a strong relationship with Scottish Autism/Asperger’s organisations. Establish a connection with our target listeners, making us their first choice of internet radio. Provide opportunities to empower listeners, by working in partnership with other interest...