Member Stations

Member Station Description Category
Radio Wey

Radio Wey, the working name for Hospital Radio Wey, was established in 1965 and broadcasts to 2 hospitals, 24 hours a day.
Approximately 70 people are involved in the day-to-day running of the station. Volunteers are always needed; you should contact the station directly if you are interested.

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Radio Wishing Well

Radio Wishing Well was established in 1977, and went on air in 1982. We broadcast to Trafford General Hospital, which is where the National Health Service was introduced in 1948.
Approximately 35 people are involved in the day-to-day running of the station. Volunteers are always needed; you should contact the station directly if you are interested.

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Radio Wulfrun

Radio Wulfrun was established in September 1983, and broadcasts to New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton 24 hours a day.
Approximately 25 people are involved in the day-to-day running of the Station. Volunteers are always needed and should contact the Station directly via the Website where an Application Form can be downloaded.

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Radio Ysbyty Gwynedd

Radio Ysbyty Gwynedd, the working name for Arfon Hospitals Broadcasting Organisation, was established in 1976 and broadcasts to Ysbyty Gwynedd.
Volunteers are always needed; you should contact the station directly if you are interested.

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Edinburgh Hospital Broadcasting Service was established in 1962 and broadcasts to 2 hospitals, for a total of 21 hours each week.
Approximately 18 people are involved in the day-to-day running of the station. Volunteers are always needed; you should contact the station directly if you are interested.

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Rookwood Sound Hospital Radio

Rookwood Sound Hospital Radio, the working name for Rookwood Sound Hospital Broadcasting, was established in 1987 and broadcasts to the University Hospital Llandough, 24 hours a day. Approximately 35 people are involved in the day-to-day running of the station. We produce and present a wide range of programming to our hospital patients , staff and visitors as we are part of the Hospital Community. Volunteers are always needed; you should contact the station directly if you are interested.

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Royal Free Radio

Royal Free Radio, (originally Radio Enfield), was established in 1970 and broadcasts to Chase Farm Hospital, North Middlesex University Hospital and the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead.
Approximately 30 people are involved in the day-to-day running of the station. Volunteers are always needed; you should contact the station via their website if you are interested.

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Royal Hospital Chelsea

Royal Hospital Chelsea

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Rugby Hospital Radio

Rugby Hospital Radio, the working name for Rugby Hospital Radio Service, was established in 1972 and broadcasts to The Hospital of St. Cross, 24 hours a day.
Approximately 41 people are involved in the day-to-day running of the station. Volunteers are always needed; you should contact the station directly if you are interested.

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Scunthorpe Hospital Radio

Scunthorpe Hospital Radio, the working name for Scunthorpe Hospitals Broadcasting Organisation, was established in 1951 and broadcasts to Scunthorpe General Hospital.
Approximately 35 people are involved in the day-to-day running of the station. Volunteers are always needed; you should contact the station directly if you are interested.

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