Keren Tomasoa, Head of Community (Outreach), explains what went down on the 23rd of January with Logic Studio School.
Your Head of Community (Outreach) discusses Insanity Radio’s workshop and Outside Broadcast at Logic Studio School.
Thanks to your support, we’ve raised over £3,200 for charity this year. Read how we managed it.
In January of this year council leader Simon Dudley said that homelessness in Windsor was ‘voluntary’. The Insanity Radio News and Community team have been hard at work interviewing to hear their response.
Insanity Radio takes home one gold Student Radio Award, and two silvers.
Royal Holloway hosted Sir Ben Kingsley for a talk on the Holocaust. We report from it.
Insanity Radio made an appearance at Egham Royal Show on the 28th of August, broadcasting lots of the wonderful live music across North Surrey on 103.2FM. We worked with some brilliant musicians, and are showcasing the performances on our Mixcloud […]
Insanity will be broadcasting live from the annual Royal Holloway Science festival from 10-4pm on the 5th of March. It promises to be a fun and informative day for all the family. You can listen into the coverage all day […]
The Met Office have issued a yellow weather warning for wind for Monday 8th February as Storm Imogen hits the UK. The warning is currently described as ‘be aware’, which could mean fallen trees, localised travel disruption and the possibility […]
The Insanity Radio Community Team have been working with Age UK Runnymede and Spelthorne this term, to create an exciting campaign known as ‘Winter Welfare Wednesdays’. Its main aim was to combat loneliness in older individuals, especially during the winter […]
Over the past five weeks, the Insanity Radio Community Team have worked with a group of individuals from the Egham branch of Dyslexia Action, a charity which supports individuals with literacy and numeracy difficulties. They took part in five workshops […]
Friday 13th November saw the beginning of Royal Holloway’s Interfaith Week with an Interfaith breakfast hosted in the chapel. The earlybird students who attended were treated to free food, including adorable little loaves of bread, as well as a chance […]