New host for station's Gaelic format

Radio North Angus (RNA) has added to its community output by including a new programme of Gaelic.

By
Mark Dowie
Monday, 30th May 2022, 3:06pm
New host for station's Gaelic format

Monifieth High School pupil Eubha (Ava) Fraser has become the station's latest host to join its popular line-up, who will present the show every Monday.

For 26 years the station has recruited pupils from secondary schools across Angus to present the series of ‘School's Out’ programmes, which are broadcast between 4pm and 6pm between Mondays and Fridays.

A fifth year pupil at the school, Eubha is a fluent Gaelic speaker with strong family links with Tiree in the Western Isles.

Her ‘School's Out’ programme consists of a variety of traditional and modern music presented entirely in Gaelic.

Eubha joined RNA with a view to gaining experience of commercial radio as she aspires to a career in Gaelic broadcasting.

She applied after becoming aware of former RNA presenters acquiring posts in professional radio.

Join Eubha every Monday at 4 pm for a highly entertaining programme.

Radio can be accessed on 87.7FM, 96.6FM, 105.9FM, 107.5FM, on the Tayside and North Fife Regional DAB, and streaming at http://www.radionorthangus.co.uk with an app facility.

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