Black Voices Matter

We have not done enough in the past, this is our promise to do better. Over the past six weeks, the SRA has publicly remained silent on the Black Lives Matter movement, but we have not ignored it. We made the decision to stay silent across our online platforms to avoid making a rushed and… read more

SRA Chart Big 100

Over the month of May, the SRA Chart has been counting down the best 100 tracks from the student radio year, as voted for by the Student Radio Music Network! Featuring interviews from the likes of Hamzaa, Inhaler, and Fickle Friends. The SRA Chart Big 100 puts the spotlight on the music that has helped… read more

Election Results for the 2019/20 Officer Term

The ballot boxes are in, the votes have been counted, and we are excited to announce your new Executive Committee and Regional Officers for the 2019/20 officer term! Executive Officers SRA Chair – Naomi Oiku Operations Officer – Matt Lynch Marketing and Communications Officer – Hannah-Mae Graham Events Officer – Daniel Wildman Industry Liaison –… read more

Arriving at #SRACon

The big day is here! If you’re coming to the Student Radio Conference 2019 hosted by Xtreme Radio in Swansea, we’ve pulled together some information to make your arrival as smooth as possible! For info about travelling to Swansea check out this blog: https://www.studentradio.org.uk/2019/04/how-to-get-to-swansea-how-to-navigate-campus/ Once you arrive in Swansea head to the Great Hall, Bay… read more

Want to run the SRA? Elections for 2019/20

The Student Radio Association is run entirely by dedicated volunteers who are elected annually. All of the roles are incredibly rewarding and great fun. They also require a significant time commitment, and you will need to give some consideration to this before applying; especially in light of any other commitments that you may have (for… read more

TRNSMT Festival 2018

Spark’s Lewis Bowden gives you the highlights from TRNSMT Festival 2018. We got the opportunity to attend the closing weekend of TRSNMT festival, a city festival hosted in Glasgow. Prior weeks had seen the likes of Liam Gallagher, James Bay and Arctic Monkeys take the stage. Tricky to beat for the final weekend, well somehow… read more