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.
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This year one of the United Kingdom’s favourite singers, Tom Jones, announced that he would be performing two national tours in 2023…
Happy Eurovision, and may the odds be ever in your favour!
Please join us on the 25th of May to celebrate Insanity Radio’s 25th Birthday! We would love you to come and have a party. Insanity will be hosting talks with Industry Professionals in Arts Lecture Theatre 1 from 1-3PM (More information to follow soon).
Whether its reconnecting with old friends, or seeing the station one more time, we invite you to a very special party! On May the 25th we are holding an on-campus party and some special surprises. If you were part of the board, hosted a radio show, or a part of a team, we would love to see you there.
I don’t know what BCNR is really, they’re a ban and the
internet tells me they’re experimental rock, post-punk, alternative – I don’t know. What I do know is I like whatever “it” is, Live at Bush Hall is an album I like, Black Country, New Road is a band I like.
Godspeed 100 gecs. Haslem Stroud on always-confusing new 100 gecs album, ‘10,000 gecs’
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.
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.
Our summary of the year- told by our Insanity Team!