STUDENT journalists at a city college have put together a one hour radio programme despite never having met each other in person. 

As part of their HND Practical journalism course at Glasgow Clyde College,  first year students used new technology to put the show together.

Called "Glasgow Today" the programme contains interviews with former Scottish Labour leader Iain Gray and elections expert Professor John Curtice.

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First year student Chris Rodger, who edited the show said: "I'm very excited to be part of such a diverse team of young, enthusiastic journalists, eager to get their voices out to the public.  

“From the Euros to the Queen’s birthday, there is something there for every listener.” 

Programme producer, Ashleigh Keenan-Bryce said: "My HND Practical Journalism peers and I have experienced all of our tuition so far through Zoom. Most of us have never met each other or our lecturers. 

“We are thrilled to have been part of a historical production for the college. It has been an enormous undertaking that’s required trust in each other and a lot of hard work." 

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The budding reporters will also be producing a podcast centred on the Scottish Parliament elections later this Spring.

Readers can listen to the programme here.