Committee positions Now OPen
The Oxide committee is selected on an annual basis. They are responsible for the overall running of the station for the academic year. Student radio is at the heart of university culture across the country and further afield, giving students the opportunity to share their passions with a global audience. We at Oxide pride ourselves on providing the platform and support to ensure that interested students can get fully involved in radio broadcasting in many ways.
Click on a position for more information.
How to apply:
Send a short cover detailing why you would be a good fit for the position.
Please send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Monday 22nd April 2019. Interviews will be scheduled for 1st Week of Trinity Term.
The station wouldn’t be anything without its volunteers, and you can be involved. If you’re a novice, a veteran, just interested or want to do something different, then Oxide Radio is the place for you!
We’re always looking for new contributors to our station and would love to have you on board. Got a show you want to do? Fill in the form here and submit your show idea to the team.
If you are unsure what you'd like to do but still want to get involved don't hesitate to contact us and we can see how we can fit you in to the team. You can check out our committee positions to see who best to aim your questions at.
Join the PLaylist Team
We have a large number of students who contribute their favourite tunes to the playlists that broadcast between shows, and we're always looking for more! If you're passionate about music but don't want to commit to presenting a show then this is ideal! It doesn't take up much time but allows you to have your impact on the station.
If you're interested in joining the playlist team then send an email to either:
Darius (Music Controller) at email@example.com
Samuel (Creative Director) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Become a Producer or researcher
It can be a lot of work running your own radio show, which is why many of our presenters are indebted to their producers and researchers for all the hard work they do behind the scenes. If you’d like to get some experience in radio or just don’t want to present your own show at the moment, being a producer or researcher may be for you.
If you’re interested in finding out which shows are currently looking for a producer or researcher please email: