London's beacon of hope for good taste in music. University College of London's Rare FM founded in 1998 brings to you music chosen by students to be listened to (mostly) by students.Check us out on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/rarefm
The Voice of the University of Birmingham, it's Birmingham University Radio Network! Birminghamâ??s biggest and most loved Student radio station. Run by students for students!Throughout the day, our mainstream DJ's bring you a mixture of lively chatter and the biggest hits. By night, Burn's Specialist DJs join the musical dots as they delve into their personal record collections and tip the next hottest acts.Then our News, Arts and Culture and Sports reporters keep you up to date with what's going down on Campus. So for the latest news and gossip, tune in and don't forget to visit www.burnfm.com
Listen to Kirtan Aradhna for free. It is an Internet Radio 24x7 from everywhere. God is with you when you listen to bhajan-kirtan. It is one of the best ways to concentrate, meditation and communicate with God. It is a Seva to Bhagwan.You can also follow and 'Like' us on http://www.facebook.com/KirtanAradhna So, enjoy it and feel your self comfortable.
Smoke Radio is the student station of the University of Westminster, which has beenairing since 2004. The station is primarily based from the Media, Arts and DesignCampus in Harrow.The station broadcasts 24 hours online with daytime content typically startingfrom 10am through to 6pm, followed by an eclectic variety of specialist musicprogramming until 9pm each weekday. Pre-recorded programmes are broadcastout over Saturday and Sunday and the rest of the schedule is filled with a speciallychosen music playlist designed for Westminster students.
Are you a film lover / film buff / filmmaker/ actor/ film critic / journalist / film student / festival organizer / producer / distributor / buyer / sales agents / publicist / interested in independent cinema and film festivals? You are in the right place.The idea is to allow all those who cannot be at film festivals to share in the experience as if they were, and to offer more in-depth information and targeted entertainment to those actually there. If English is your language, or a language you understand, this is your channel.