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Edinburgh Napier Radio Group – ENRG – Pronounced ‘Energy’. Run by the students of Edinburgh Napier University and broadcasting out to you, wherever and whoever you are. Since our first day of broadcasting in November 2013, we are now home to a unique mix shows with a broad range of topics and themes. Music, news, comedy, art and conversation: that's what we're all about. Broadcasting live every Wednesday and Thursday online and on campus. Check out the website for loads of new incoming content. Want to get involved? Get in touch - we want to hear your voice.
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With the racing season coming to a close, we look ahead to 2018 and who we should be keeping an eye on across the world of motorsport. By Luke Barry
The ENRG Sport podcast previews the latest instalment of the fiercest rivalry in Test Cricket. It is, of course, the Ashes, with England facing Australia down under. With problems at bat, as well as all the issues surrounding Ben Stokes, can England secure another memorable away win and retain the Ashes?
Apart from a magical Christian Eriksen hat-trick and the emotional end of Gianluigi stellar Italy career, this year’s World Cup playoffs were fairly uneventful. But anything would compared to what happened four years ago, as Cristiano Ronaldo faced Zlatan Ibrahimovic for a place in Brazil. By Jamie Braidwood
Missed this week’s Football Round Up show on Radio ENRG? Catch up now and listen as David Ronney, Gregor Kerr and Luke Barry to discuss the week’s World Cup playoffs. The boys also discuss Michael O’Neill, after the Scottish FA made a formal approach for the Northern Ireland boss.
Life for a lot of Premier League teams isn’t a lot of fun at the moment. While the Big Six bask in their own superiority, the rest of the league, apart from a couple of exceptions, are fighting for scraps. Wins are scarce, the threat of the drop is real and the sack is only ever five games away. By Jamie Braidwood
Hibs return to Scottish Premiership action this weekend as they host St Johnstone. The Easter Road side have won their last four matches and will be looking to extend it to a fifth on Saturday. Featuring interviews from manager Neil Lennon and full-back Lewis Stevenson, The FRU’s David Ronney previews the upcoming fixture.
Hearts are set to play at Tynecastle for the first time this season following the construction of their new main stand. The Jambos are at home to Partick Thistle but are waiting for an official safety certificate in order to host the game. The FRU’s David Ronney went along to Hearts’ training to see how they are preparing for their return.
In the next instalment of our ‘Under the Spotlight’ series, we take a closer look at the recent exploits of prominent Edinburgh forward Ben Toolis, and the promising performances of Chris Dean. By Erin McRitchie
As Roger Federer took to the court for his first match of the ATP World Tour finals, expectations were high. A genius was about to get to work. By Jamie Braidwood
Annie Booth returns with ‘Solitude’ Edinburgh based songstress Annie Booth has enjoyed heaps of attention since the release of her debut record, ‘An Unforgiving Light’ last month. Known mainly as a member of emerging dark-pop group, Mt. Doubt, Annie’s first solo record shows she has the capability to stand alone as a writer. The album[…]