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CSR Hosts National Student Radio Association Chart Show

Written by on 30 July 2018

On Sunday 22 April, CSR produced and presented the National Student Radio Association Chart Show.  The show was broadcast live from our state-of-the-art studios in Canterbury and syndicated by dozens of student radio stations the length and breadth of Britain. Presenters Theo Chikomba and Afia Kafour counted down the Top 20 based on play at […]

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Blam Jam returns to CSR

Written by on 28 July 2018

After a break of 18 months, CSR is delighted to welcome the talented Robin Blamires back to the presenting roster with a new re-imagined look to his popular show Blam Jam.  The new sound sees the show trimmed to an hour each week in which Robin takes a theme and handpicks unusual and rarely-heard rhythms […]

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Jack Allcock on 2000 Trees

Written by on 24 July 2018

Jack Allcock from the Specialist New Music Show attended this year’s 2000 Trees Festival and has returned with a fantastic podcast for your listening pleasure. Including interviews with The Marmozets, Black Peaks, Press to MECO, Holding Absence and The XCERTS

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Listener Survey 2018

Written by on 23 July 2018

Please help us measure the awareness and listenership of Canterbury’s Community & Student Radio station, CSRfm. Whether you are an avid listener or if you’ve never heard of us – we want your feedback. We’ll use the answers to help us recognise our market position, as well as our stance within the local community. Take […]

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CSR’s First Long Service Award Presented at KIC Awards

Written by on 12 May 2018

The annual KIC Awards celebrating the best in Community & Student Media were held on 9 May and hosted by former CSR DJ, Anna Walter who is now a Presenter at BBC Radio Kent.  Amongst the awards on the night was one for Gavin Blunt who clocked up 10 years with CSR in April. Gavin […]

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Tom Walker Brighton Gig Review

Written by on 31 March 2018

On one of the first spring-like evenings of the year, numerous couples are queued up outside The Haunt in Brighton to spend their evening chilling out to the tunes of Tom Walker. It’s the sixth gig of his 2018 tour, and the atmosphere is already pretty electric, drinks are flowing, and the crowd are enjoying […]

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Marmozets London ULU show review

Written by on 13 February 2018

It’s a cold Wednesday night and Marmozets is playing in a sold out student union venue that is about to get very warm. The band opened with an odd choice of song in ‘New Religion’, which is a deeper cut on the new record ‘Knowing What You Now Know’. The track got a mildly muted […]

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SHOUT OUT TO THE UNDER DOG- HANNA AT THE MARLOWE

Written by on 30 January 2018

It was spell-binding. An audience captivated for the entirety of seventy minutes, leaning forwards in their seats, mouths slightly agape at the one women show, ‘Hanna’, performed by Sophie Khan Levy and written by Sam Potter. There was a respectful silence from the audience as Hanna relayed her story, punctuated only with an occasional laugh […]

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CSR’S ONES TO WATCH IN 2018

Written by on 3 January 2018

With 2018 now upon us, the team here at CSR have taken a look at some of their predictions of who will be the artists to watch this year…. Daisy Clark Dani Gorf (The Hype O’Clock Show, Wednesdays 3-6pm) Her beautiful rendition of the well-known song from Greece, ‘Hopelessly Devoted To You’ landed her a […]

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