The ISOLDE on-line isotope separator at CERN provides a wide range of radioactive ion beams. These nuclei are created by using the 1.4-GeV proton beam from the CERN PSB which hits a thick target (often UCx) producing fission and spallation reactions. The LPSC group have been involved in a range of nuclear structure experiments at ISOLDE over many years, including Miniball, NICOLE and fast-timing experiments.