• NSTV’s ‘The Gist’ Films First Live Panel Show

    On 12th March 2020, student created ‘The Gist’ had its first live show to support and celebrate international women’s day. The Gist is an all-female panel show run by Nottingham Student Television (NSTV). The show gives students a platform to talk about the news and give their perspective on...
  • International Women’s Day 2020

    In the run up to International Women’s Day, Impact's Lauren outlines the history of the occasion, the celebrations taking place at the University of Nottingham and the global initiatives championing social change for women. ...
  • URNmaster review

    URNmaster, produced by NSTV, is a variety show combining elements of the classic and the modern. I was pleasantly surprised by URNmaster’s series of innovative and interesting challenges which were highly interactive and funny. More importantly, the hosts and participants underscored the engaging and spontaneous vibe that made it...
  • Impact Film & TV: What’s on in Nottingham?

    Welcome to a new term at UoN. Sometimes, life needs a bit of cinematic entertainment. Be it a post-Ocean Saturday or a stressful Wednesday night, we all occasionally need to escape into the world of cinema. Impact Film & TV have got you covered: here’s where you can get...
  • NSTV and Trent TV to Collaborate

    The University of Nottingham’s Nottingham Student Television (NSTV) and Nottingham Trent’s Trent TV are to collaborate on daytime chat show, ‘The Panel’, which will give “students the lowdown on everything student life in Nottingham”.  ‘The Panel’ will be the first NSTV and Trent TV entertainment collaboration since 2011 when they produced...
  • NUTS Rebrands As NSTV

    Nottingham University Television Station (NUTS) has been rebranded and will now be known as Nottingham Student Television (NSTV), following an official announcement yesterday. The television station will broadcast programmes from four areas: entertainment, news and features, culture and sport. NSTV has adopted the slogan ‘black is the new orange’...