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 throughout campus, online at http://insanityradio.com/listen or through our new Insanity Radio 103.2FM app available on iOS and Android. Check back here for live updates throughout the day and come see us in the Windsor Building!
Welcome to the Science Festival LiveBlog coming at you from the Windsor Building!
Prof. Pedro Teixeira-Dias from the Physics Dept. is joining us for a quick interview! Tune in!
Be sure to tweet in to us on our twitter @InsanityRadio with the hashtag rhsf16 for a shoutout!
Question. Which one is bigger? Be sure to check out the Psychology Zone to find out!
Coming up is the news with Matthew ‘Sparkles’ Sparks
Check out the Science Festival Talk in the Windsor Auditorium!
Many thanks to Dr James McEvoy from the Biological Sciences Department! Check them out at the Bourne Building!
We’ve just done an interview with Gerald! He’s checking out the Science Festival and is having a lot of fun!
Coming soon: Best Entertainment Show winners Calum and Liberty will be coming down to help us out!
From what I could tell from what Katherine just said, the Sun is like an onion (apart from the fact that it isn’t).
Earth facts coming up now!
Coming up: an interview with Dr Mark Wildon from the Maths Department!
Dr Mark Wilson, Maths Department interviewed by the 2016 Best Topical Show winner, Katherine Brown of the Education Show!
Question of debate: How many planets are there in the Solar System?
Earth Facts (Recap) – We used to have 2 moons (Moon moon?) but one got crushed into the Earth a long long time ago!
We’re joined by Conor from the studio in our debate! Tune In!
We just had Freya on the radio! She’s had a great time today at the Science Festival and says she’s interested in getting involved with radio in the future!
In light of the recent hailstorm, we’re playing weather related songs on Insanity Radio!
Random Factoid: Arctic means ‘place with bears’ and Antarctic means ‘place without bears’!
Coming up: We have an interview with Dr Nicholas Furl from the Psychology Department! Tune in!
Dr Nicholas Furl from the Psychology Department is being interviewed by Retro Doo Wopper, Michelle!
Calum and Liberty are our roaming reporters! They are going around the Science Festival bringing you updates throughout the day!
Coming up: Songs That Make You Go Hmm.. with Thomas Gibbons! Tune in!
Update from our roving reporters! They are busy checking out Steam Trains at the Boiler House!
Coming up: and interview with Professor Jose Fiadeiro, Head of the Computer Science Department!
Thomas is interviewing Professor Jose Fiadeiro, Head of the Computer Science Department!
Coming up: an update from our roving reporters, Calum and Liberty!
Random Factoid from our Fact Guru, Katherine Brown: The myth that centrifugal force is a myth is a myth!
Marnie is being interviewed by Thomas right now about her experiences at the Royal Holloway Science Festival!
Marnie’s little brother, Joss is on next talking about his experiences of the Science Festival!
Tommaso and Fede are going to be interviewed next!
Aaaaand finally a quick update from Calum and Liberty!
Beginning to close down now! But the tunes are still flowing here with Songs That Make You Go Hmm…!
Coming up: Final recap before we leave!
Windsor Building Team!
That’s it from us! Have a fantastic weekend!