Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin University Radio is going FM

Press Release

CUR1350 has been awarded an FM License. The student radio station for Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin Universities, was awarded a community FM licence on Tuesday 17th March 2009, after broadcasting on AM wavelength to Cambridge since 2001.

There’s never been a better time to get involved, since the station has big plans to revolutionise student life in Cambridge, aiming to be the number one place for information for all students, from societies and sports teams to advice and up and coming events and live music. The new project will launch on FM radio in Fresher’s 2010. Until then, it will continue to be broadcast on 1350AM and online at .

So whether you fancy yourself as a budding radio DJ, talk show host, or even a ‘behind the scenes’ role in the committee. (And don’t worry if you will graduate before the CUR1350 intends to switch to FM – alumni can still remain involved in all aspects of the station.) go to or email to find out more. And if you’re too lazy to do that, how about just giving it a listen, you never know, you might like what you hear.