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.
This year one of the United Kingdom’s favourite singers, Tom Jones, announced that he would be performing two national tours in 2023…
Merseyside has never looked better. Photos taken on the day of the Eurovision Grand Final in Liverpool.
The University and College Union (UCU) which represents over 120,000 academic staff, announced yesterday that they intend to conduct a Marking and Assessment Boycott (MAB) from the 20th April. In a press statement by Royal Holloway’s UCU branch, “Union members will not undertake any work relating to the grading and/or assessment of summative coursework or exams.”
The 95th Academy Awards was night full of donkeys, raccoons, first-timers, old-timers, and historic milestones.
Insanity Radio’s Head of News Kenza Garmzi interviews alumni-turned-documentary-filmmakers about filming in the Welsh Mountains, mental health and battling the elements.
Happy 25th Birthday Insanity Radio! Back in 1998, Insanity Radio was launched from a spare room in Royal Holloways historic Founder’s Building.
On Saturday, Insanity Radio is having a big birthday! It has been 25 years since the station begun broadcasting. Whilst we are saving the partying for later on this year, we do have a jam-packed schedule to celebrate the occasion!
Insanity Radio at the Student Radio Awards 2022
Insanity Radio are delighted with the news that we are up for three awards this year at the SRA Awards: Best Newcomer for Kinga Stusik, Best Technical Achievement for Insanity XTRA, and Best Station.
Our summary of the year- told by our Insanity Team!
Queen Elizabeth II, the UK’s longest-serving monarch, has died at Balmoral aged 96, after reigning for 70 years.