This was not to be available until Spring 1994 however, leaving the society led by [[Karen Bagley]] to operate without a base for the intervening period. Whilst major broadcasts like [[Election Night 1994]] and [[Children In Need 1993]] were put out from temporary facilities, regular programme making came almost to a halt with equipment stored in the Physics plant room (S/010), the top of Central Hall, student rooms, and a garage round the back of Wentworth, with [[Karen Bagley]]'s first floor room in Vanbrugh X block (now Grimston House) acting as temporary office space. However, in an attempt to keep members interested, the society did try to keep [[Campus Today]] going on a regular basis, and also made a move towards non-live output such as the [[Fresher's Guide to Campus (or The Search For Wentworth)]].
=G/046 = :''Main article: [[G/046 ]] ' ' [[ File: OpeningG046. png|thumb| right| Opening of the [[ G/046]] studio by Greg Dyke and Ron Cooke , 29 October 1994.]] The new studio finally came into use in the summer of 1994, with the official opening by Greg Dyke on 29 October 1994 , allowing regular programming to commence after a gap of nearly twelve months.