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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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It’s taken four months, but Scotland finally have a new manager. In Alex McLeish, the SFA have turned to the man who previously managed the national team in 2007, but who last held a managerial position in the UK in 2013. There’s not a lot of buzz in the studio as the boys discuss the appointment.
Following a couple of below-par performances recently, Manchester United will seek redemption in the Champions League round of 16 this week, with a short trip to Seville to take on the kings of the Europa League. Preview by Kris Gourlay and Euan Archibald
In the next instalment of ‘Behind the Byline’, ENRG Sport talks to Gary Heatly about his career in sports journalism, from the editorial positions he has held at Scrum Magazine to his freelance work for various publications, as well as the future of print in an increasingly digital world.
Two second-half goals from Martin Boyle and Florian Kamberi saw Hibernian breeze past Aberdeen and boost their European credentials in front of a bumper Easter Road crowd. Report by Gregor Kerr.
Following an incredible three-medal haul on ‘Super Saturday’, things came back to normal on Day 9 as Team GB narrowly missed out on a medal in the Men’s Ski Slopestyle.
Celtic’s victory against Zenit showed that despite recent struggles in the Champions League, they can still make an impact on the European stage. By David Ronney
It was a day that British sport will remember for a while, with Team GB winning three medals across two events on Day 8 in PyeongChang. By Iain Leggat
Dom Parsons claimed a bronze medal to become Team GB’s first medal winner of the Winter Olympics this year while there were a couple of heart-warming stories that summed up the Olympic spirit. By Iain Leggat
The Men’s Downhill finally got underway with 35 year old Aksel Lund Svindal winning the gold medal for Norway, while there was more action on snow with the Men’s Snowboard cross and the Women’s Giant Slalom. By Iain Leggat
Day 5 brought the most action packed day yet, despite more Alpine Skiing being halted by the weather. Shaun White was challenged all the way in the Men’s Halfpipe Final, Team GB’s curlers finally began their campaign and the most unusual looking sport, Double Luge, was as eye-catching as ever.