It’s that time of year again, the Student Radio Award nominations have been released, the tickets have gone on sale, and we are just a few weeks away from the most glamorous student radio event on the calendar.
In this show, the BBC Proms welcomed Rufus Wainwright to the stage, backed by the impressive conductor Sarah Hicks and talented BBC Concert Orchestra, for a symphonic version of his album Want One.
Meg isn’t letting lockdown stop her raising money for two fantastic charities – CLIC Sargent and Start The Wave. Find out how you can get involved.
Starting at 9PM Friday, through until 2PM on Sunday, Meg will be taking over the airwaves for her fifth successive year, to raise money for CLIC Sargent and Start The Wave.
Henry Dowding attempts to work out what on earth is happening at London Fashion Week!
Your Head of Community (Outreach) discusses Insanity Radio’s workshop and Outside Broadcast at Logic Studio School.
Keren takes a retrospective look on the station’s collective achievements at the SRAs.
Keep up to date with Insanity’s coverage from Reading Festival 2017.
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 […]
**WARNING – THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS YET MORE EU REFERENDUM COVERAGE** It goes without saying that the European question is one of the most important we will face in our lifetimes, so joining in with the blanket media coverage, Insanity Radio […]
At this year’s Student Radio Conference, BBC Radio 1 announced that they’ll be introducing a new show – called The Student Radio Playlist – and told us that it would be touring the SRA member stations around the country. We […]
No spoilers, I promise, but allow me if you will to drop in a reference, now and again. Okay? Okay. So… the Fault In Our Stars soundtrack was released yesterday. The critically acclaimed book, The Fault In Our Stars by […]