Local News

Radio Bulletin @ 4pm

Saskia Williams presents today's news with this weeks bulletin. … [Read More...]

Headline Update @ 2.30pm

Our presenter Saskia Williams is back again with our headline update. For more tune in to our feature broadcast at 4pm or visit us on Twitter @en4newsweekly … [Read More...]

Headline Update @ 1pm

Saskia Williams is back with an update on all the days headlines. For more tune in at 2.30pm for even more or follow us on Twitter @en4newsweekly … [Read More...]

Edinburgh tram enquiry: update

The Edinburgh Tram enquiry continues today with evidence being heard by former TIE construction firm chairman David Mackay as the fallout over the building of the transport network rumbles on. Mr Mackay told the enquiry that Edinburgh was “the … [Read More...]

Scottish police officers want firearms according to study

A study shows police in Scotland feel “vulnerable to spontaneous violence”. A survey carried out by the Scottish Police Federation (SPF) on roughly 4,200 Scottish police officers, has revealed that they would feel safer with handguns to protect … [Read More...]

Children to be gifted books for Book Week Scotland 2017

 Over 450,000 children will receive free literature as part of Book Week Scotland later this month. All Scottish pupils in primary 1-3, will receive a ‘Bookbug’ family bag, which will contain three books from this years shortlisted works from a … [Read More...]

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Arts and Culture

Children to be gifted books for Book Week Scotland 2017

 Over 450,000 children will receive free literature as part of Book Week Scotland later this month. All Scottish pupils in primary 1-3, will receive a ‘Bookbug’ family bag, which will contain three books from this years shortlisted works from a … [Read More...]

The story behind Toy Story

In a small back room of the then independent Lucasfilm studio in Emeryville California, a small team of writers, story boarders and animators sat down and planned out the next 18 years of what would be known as Pixar Animation Studios. Responsible … [Read More...]

Scottish TV is ‘Still Game’ as we look at the countries contribution on World TV day

Today the world is celebrating national Television Day and it is important for us to remember what our country, Scotland, has brought to the television world. The very first television broadcast in Scotland took place in 1926 and displayed  a large … [Read More...]

The lights of Edinburgh’s Christmas Market returns

The most wonderful time of the year is finally here! A winter wonderland has arrived in Edinburgh and everybody is invited to come along. Edinburgh’s annual Christmas market re-opened last week and has multiple festive treats lined up for its … [Read More...]

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Sport

Radio Bulletin @ 4pm

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EN4News gives the football predictions for this weekend’s Premier League fixtures

Our football experts predict this weeks footballing match-ups. Cameron Storer, Ewan Hawthorne and Ryan Maher anticipate all this weekends action. From Sellhurst Park to Hampden, the Riverside to Anfield; this is EN4News football predictions for this … [Read More...]

Football Chat @ 3pm

The squad are back to breakdown Scottish football. The Scottish draw results in another Edinburgh Derby, Celtic are back in action in the Champions League and why do Rangers still not have a new manager? Ewan Hawthorne is joined by Ryan Maher and … [Read More...]

Hearts’ new Tynecastle stand dazzles in football’s shadow

Hearts could only draw on their return to Tynecastle amidst the controversial opening of their new stand. The Gorgie side were held to 1-1 draw with Partick Thistle on Sunday hours after a safety certificate was received by City of Edinburgh … [Read More...]

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International

Radio Bulletin @ 4pm

Saskia Williams presents today's news with this weeks bulletin. … [Read More...]

Headline Update @ 2.30pm

Our presenter Saskia Williams is back again with our headline update. For more tune in to our feature broadcast at 4pm or visit us on Twitter @en4newsweekly … [Read More...]

Headline Update @ 1pm

Saskia Williams is back with an update on all the days headlines. For more tune in at 2.30pm for even more or follow us on Twitter @en4newsweekly … [Read More...]

International Headlines @ 12pm

Saskia Williams presents the international headlines for today. For more be sure to tune in at 1pm for our next update and follow us on Twitter @en4newsweekly.     … [Read More...]

Trump declares North Korea ‘State Sponsor’ of Terrorism

In a series of measures toughing down on North Korea, US President Donald Trump has put North Korea back on the list of countries that are believed to have continually provided support for acts of international terrorism. Stating his intentions in … [Read More...]

Disaster for German chancellor Merkel as coalition deal in doubt

German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, is facing her biggest political challenge after 12 years in the job. Mrs Merkel has yet to form an official government following the September federal election. She has been forced to plead with opposition parties to … [Read More...]

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Features

TELT Magazine Issue 1

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The King Lot’s Jay Moir on the release of their new album A World Without Evil

Hard rock trio, The King Lot are fast becoming a well-known band in the beardy, biker rocker scene in Scotland. The King Lot's first self-titled album was released on Crown Jewel records - their own  label - and after a slight change in the line-up … [Read More...]

Children to be gifted books for Book Week Scotland 2017

 Over 450,000 children will receive free literature as part of Book Week Scotland later this month. All Scottish pupils in primary 1-3, will receive a ‘Bookbug’ family bag, which will contain three books from this years shortlisted works from a … [Read More...]

The story behind Toy Story

In a small back room of the then independent Lucasfilm studio in Emeryville California, a small team of writers, story boarders and animators sat down and planned out the next 18 years of what would be known as Pixar Animation Studios. Responsible … [Read More...]

Scottish TV is ‘Still Game’ as we look at the countries contribution on World TV day

Today the world is celebrating national Television Day and it is important for us to remember what our country, Scotland, has brought to the television world. The very first television broadcast in Scotland took place in 1926 and displayed  a large … [Read More...]

The lights of Edinburgh’s Christmas Market returns

The most wonderful time of the year is finally here! A winter wonderland has arrived in Edinburgh and everybody is invited to come along. Edinburgh’s annual Christmas market re-opened last week and has multiple festive treats lined up for its … [Read More...]

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