Written by on October 29, 2021

There’s a new radio station starting in Stirling and it aims to give a voice to communities, artists, musicians and charities from all over Central Scotland.   

CastleSound is the exciting new digital station that has been created by local charity Stirling Community Media.  

The charity’s main studios in King Street will allow up to 50 volunteer presenters the chance to broadcast a regular, high-quality show – with content ranging from the wellbeing discussions to classical music and everything in between.  A second identical studio will allow the charity to train young and marginalised people in broadcasting, radio production and media issues – with a pilot project “Media Matters” already underway with young people at Wallace High School”.

SCM Chair Bruce Tait said:  

“If ever a place needed a radio station it’s Stirling.   Fabulous things happen here, but they could be even better with a bit of support, profile, and publicity.  Our mission is to be a positive voice for everything good that happens in the city and we particularly want to hear a range of diverse voices on CastleSound”

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