Following the recent fire in Tuke on Royal Holloway campus, here is important information regarding fire safety at the university.
As we draw steadily on to the end of the first term, many of us will be reflecting on our student housing choices.
Read all about our latest effort to spread the joy of radio to our local community!
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 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 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 […]
At the beginning of the academic year, the Insanity Radio Community Project, with the support of the Insanity Radio Production Board, launched an initiative to focus our fundraising efforts throughout the 2015 – 2016 academic year. As part of this, […]