A presenter from Buchan Community Radio hosted a marathon 12-hour show to raise awareness for the Find Ben Needham campaign.
Ben disappeared from the Greek island of Kos in 1991 aged only 21 months old.
The case is one of the longest missing persons investigations in British history and although no trace of him has ever been found, recent developments in similar cases around Europe have given his family new hope.
The radio marathon was organised and presented by 38-year-old Scott Morrison.
Mr Morrison, who works at Lost Guest House in Peterhead, volunteers for both the radio and campaign in his spare time.
Mr Morrison said: “We’ve been doing a 12 hour radio show marathon for the Help Find Ben Needham campaign, just to raise more awareness for the capaign.
“I just started volunteering at Buchan Community Radio a month or so ago and they kindly gave me 12 hours to do this.
“The response has been amazing. We’ve been very busy with calls, with emails, with Facebook and Twitter requests, and with messages of support for the Needham family.”
Ben’s story has been in the headlines once again recently with developments in similar missing children cases across Europe.
“The number of people liking the Facebook page and Twitter has increased since this story of the girl with the Roma gypsies.
“A lot of good leads about Ben have come in and there’s an investigation as we speak.”
Recent DNA tests on a man in Cyprus who ‘bore a resemblance’ to how Ben may look now proved to be negative.