Radio Academy event to highlight Women in Radio

The next Radio Academy event by the Scotland Branch will look at the careers of some of the creative and inspiring women who work in the radio industry in Scotland.

Heather Kane-Darling, Lead Editor for Speech & Topical output at BBC Radio Scotland will host Women in Radio, asking a panel of women about their careers, achievements, highlights and some of the challenges they’ve faced.

Speaking at the event will be:

  • Cassi Gillespie – Clyde 1 Presenter who can be heard on [email protected] and on a Sunday afternoon
  • Connie McLaughlin – Journalist, broadcaster and sports reporter for BT Sport, BBC 5 Live and BBC Sport Scotland
  • Susie Crumless – Senior Content Producer of Mornings with Kaye Adams on BBC Radio Scotland
  • Vanessa Motion – Breakfast presenter at Kingdom FM
  • Victoria Easton-Riley – Content Development Director for Bauer Scotland

The free event, on Wednesday 18th September, will also offer the chance to socialise and network with industry colleagues.

The start time is 7.00 for 7.30 at Royal Exchange Square Glasgow. More details here.

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  1. Mr Boltar says

    Are any of them BAME, LGBTQ+-XYZ or disabled? If you’re going to virtue signal you have to tick all the boxes otherwise some self appointed PC morality guardian on twitter will be offended and we can’t have that.

    1. Mr Boltar says

      Congratulations on totally and utterly missing the point. Go away and have a little think then get back to me.

    2. Robin Blamires says

      Very kindly, and quietly please just do one. Back to 1979 preferably.

      1. Mr Boltar says

        Oh dear, a snowflake has been triggered. Perhaps you need a session in a safe space cuddling the therapy teddy?

  2. Colin Kelly says

    What on earth are you talking about? Women are responsible for some of the best radio I’ve heard, they have made excellent colleagues during my time in the industry and I learned loads from several female news editors. Grow up.

    1. Mr Boltar says

      Congratulations on completely missing the point.

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