Gospel 4 Grampian

I have written about Gospel4Grampian before but there is an update. Previously the station was broadcast from the home of Rob and Helen Rowe in Aberdeen. But recently the stations broadcast studio moved to the Assembly of God Church in Aberdeen where Rob can now prepare the play lists and edit shows. I was at the church on Friday when Mary and I attended a wedding (see two post ago) and I was shown around the church facilities by my good friend Dr Ian Duthie who is also the pastor there. When he showed me the recently refurbished office are here was Rob working at the radio editig suite! I could not resist publishing this photo or him which shows him just as he is in real life – no he does not wear a kilt all the time – but he does generally support but smile.

It is possible to listen to the stations broadcast which are now available 24 hours per day by clicking the following ling which you need Windows Media Player installed to access.

click on the link to listen mms://89.249.68.17/gospel4grampian

You can also read a bit more about the station on the Gospel4Grampian web site at http://www.g4g.org.uk or the station blog which is here http://gospel4grampian.blogspot.com/

Keep up the good work Rob.

Internet Radio

I enjoy listening to Christian music so it was great to hear that I have a friend who has been running an internet radio station. He does this from his house in Aberdeen, Scotland. Of course he uses a broadcasting service to relay his broadcasts. There is a combination of music being played continuously which is interspersed with some feature programmes. It is excellent to see that people can do this with relatively little effort. If you want to have a listen you can access the broadcasting service at the following address

http://www.live365.com/stations/gospel4aberdeen or click on this link

When I clicked on the play button – iTunes automatically popped up and played the station for me. I was then able to add it to a playlist so that I can access it again with out any trouble.