#RadioRobbie – Meg Walker broadcasts live on Insanity Radio 103.2FM for 36 hours

If the title hasn’t already made you aware, there is something very exciting going on at Insanity Radio 103.2FM, and it’s all for charity! Meg Walker, an Insanity Radio alumni, is live on air for 36 hours and it all kicked off last night at 10pm, continuing until 10am on Sunday, meaning that she has a whole day still to go.

Why is she doing it? Well, it’s all in aid of CLIC Sargent and in memory of her friend Rob, who passed away in 2014 after a battle with testicular cancer. This is her second radio marathon, having done 26.2 hours last year, and she’s been doing well overnight!

Why am I telling you? Alongside being a long term Insanity fangirl, I’ve also helped to organise the marathon – sorting out producers, filling out risk assessments and pointing Meg to people more experienced that me in tech and sound to sort out logins and sweepers. Speaking of sweepers, I also did some of the voiceovers for the sweepers she’ll be playing during the marathon (they’re the bits in between saying “You’re listening to Insanity Radio” etc.). Having been a part of making it happen, I am so pleased to see things come together and lots of money already being raised for charity!

You can watch Meg on the player below!

If you want to learn more about the marathon before the marathon, take a look at Meg’s Facebook event, or visit her JustGiving page: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/megisrunningforrob.

I’ll be joining Meg as a producer for the overnight shift tonight, 10pm-6am, so keep her (and me!) going by listening and donating over the graveyard shift!

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