BEAUTIFUL FREAKS is a weekly radio show on Oxide, Oxford's student radio station. We play the bestest and newest alternative music - which ranges from indie to electronic - give our controversial opinions and provide you with insider information! You can listen via beautifulfreaks.co.uk
Looking for something to stick on in the background with great quality music that embodies relaxation? Look no further. SLEEP SOUNDS is a weekly hour-long show that collates a bunch of brilliant chilled out music to be a fitting companion for any activity. Want to just sit and doss around? Working late in the Library? Going for a stress-busting stroll? SLEEP SOUNDS will be the perfect companion.
Honeyy hour on Oxide radio is a Monday night sermon of good music across all genres. Throughout the hour you will be plugged with the latest young and new emerging artists and told where to find their music. Whilst giving a chance for the next generation of musicians to shine, you can kick back and start your week off the right way – to good music and good vibes.
Strange Charm soundtracks your Monday evening with an eclectic and exciting mix of music ft. friends sitting round and chatting about things we care about.
Every Wednesday, tune in for two hours of leftfield dance from the Footnote residents, running the gamut of our tastes, from house and techno to jungle and ukg, stopping off via blissful ambience, punch -drunk drums, don't-call-it-disco, industrial sleaze and much, much more.
Your new music show. Every week we round up what's exciting and whats not, from indie to dance to hip-hop, and play the records you need to know
Sam's Shazam is a music show peppered with nonsensical discussion. Each week, Sam is joined by a 'Guest of Honour' who brags about what they're good at and - despite Sam's best efforts to keep them out of the studio - his friends Tom and Jake. Expect fantastic songs, witty chat, and lively arguments over next to nothing.
THURSDAYS ARE FOR THE WOIS. The only way to prep for your Thursday night is an hour and a half with Fred and Dan down at Woi FM. Get hyped as we bring you the freshest crop of hip hop and RnB and chat about the latest goings on in the music world, both inside and outside of Oxford town. Featuring weekly special guests we will be bringing the hottest tunes and the deadest banter.
A weekly jazz show playing everything from bebop to hip-hop, spanning jazz, funk, R&B, grime and neo-soul sounds. Catch the show on Mondays at 6-7pm.
Oxford College Castaway is presented by Alice Watson and takes its inspiration from the BBC Radio 4 classic Desert Island Discs. Alice speaks to students from across the university to find out more about their lives, experiences, and journeys to Oxford, and their aspirations for the future. The interviewee is cast away to their college for the duration of the holiday with only eight music discs to see them through the lonely period. The show ends by asking the castaway for one essential item they couldn't manage without and a single golden ticket to their favourite eatery in Oxford. The question is, how will they fare all on their own? Tune in fortnightly on Sundays 12.00-12.45 to find out.
The Studio Sessions
The Oxide Studio Sessions aim to showcase some of the best new musical talent when they make their way through Oxford whilst touring. A mixture of conversation and live performances.
Shimmy away those post-weekend blues with Latin beats and Spanish tunes. Oxford’s favourite Spaniard and wannabe Colombiana (did she mention her year abroad?) bring you Castanettes, Oxide radio’s new Sunday eve show.
Everybody knows there's no business like show business, so let's get the lights, mics and action on for an hour of familiar favourites and hidden gems from the world of film and theatre. Each week we'll be exploring music on a different theme, allowing you to belt out show tune classics in your kitchen, uncover a new soundtrack to accompany your next essay or reminisce with that familiar suite from your duvet day film. And, of course, we'll fill you in on all that's been happening in the world of showbiz from Oxford and beyond.
So whether you're Starting Here Starting Now or The Man Who Knew Too Much, The Showbiz Segment offers the perfect cut from the world of the red carpet for your feel good Friday!
Easing you into your Friday nights with an hour of old school funk and disco, as well as new releases. Join Alys and Millie for a journey through disco and the music it has inspired, guaranteed to get you grooving and ready for the weekend
No frills, just good electronic music. Mostly Electronic Music showcases tracks that evoke a reaction and want to be remembered. Each mix examines a subgenre or theme, but is not afraid to explore outside of it. Mixed by Eduardo Beattie.