Oxide Radio

Oxide Radio is a student-run radio station which plays out through the Internet. We feature a wide range of different shows that broadcast throughout the Oxford term: music shows of all genres, from indie tracks to Nordic tunes; chat shows featuring student agony aunts, or discussing the latest celebrity news; and plenty of news and sport for good measure too, covering stories in Oxford and further afield.

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.

Visit The Oxide Radio website to find out more.

Oxide Radio Website


The Oxford Student

The Oxford Student is Oxford’s biggest student newspaper, published weekly by and for members of the University of Oxford. The newspaper was founded in 1991 and is run through OSSL, the commercial subsidiary of the Oxford University Student Union. However, they have editorial independence from the SU.

As well as a print edition which reaches 15,000 students each week, our website receives over one million hits every year. We’ve broken news stories that have appeared in the national press, and many of our writers have also written for national publications. Students who worked for the Oxford Student have gone on to join the Guardian, Times, CNN and Independent, amongst other publications.

Visit The Oxford Student website to find out more.

The Oxford Student Website

The Oxford Student Team