Oxide Radio is a British radio station that is run by students of Oxford University in Oxford, England. It was established in 2001 and has been broadcasting online since 2005, after facing difficulties with FM licensing and funding.
Oxide Radio features a wide range of shows that cover music, chat, news, sports, and drama. The station plays music of all genres, from indie to Nordic, from gospel to hip-hop, from classical to metal. The station also hosts chat shows that offer advice, opinions, interviews, and entertainment. The station also produces news and sport bulletins that keep the listeners informed of the latest stories in Oxford and beyond. The station also showcases radio drama, both original and adapted, that explore various themes and genres.
Oxide Radio is a student radio station that aims to provide a platform for the diverse and creative voices of Oxford University. The station is run by a committee of students who oversee the programming, production, marketing, and management of the station. The station is open to any student who wants to get involved, either as a presenter, producer, technician, or writer. The station also collaborates with other student societies and organisations to promote events and causes.
|Oxford University Student Union, 4 Worcester Street, Oxford OX1 2BX
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