MY Radio, the working name for The Pontefract Featherstone and Castleford Hospital Commentaries Association, was established in 1967 and broadcasts to 2 hospitals.
|New Forest Hospital Radio||
New Forest Hospital Radio was established in 1978 and broadcasts to Lymington New Forest Hospital, 24 hours a day.
|Northern Air Hospital Radio||
Northern Air Hospital Radio, the working name for Hospital Broadcasting Service (Radio HBS), was established in 1960 and broadcasts to 2 hospitals, 24 hours a day.
|Northumberland Hospital Radio - NHR||
Northumberland Hospital Radio was established in 1974 and broadcasts to 6 hospitals, 24 hours a day.
Volunteers are recruited through Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Hospital Voluntary Service (HVS). However, you should contact the Station directly, in the first instance, to discuss current opportunities with the Charity. Further information about the recruitment process can be found on the Station's website.
|Nottingham Hospitals' Radio||
Nottingham Hospitals' Radio, the working name for Nottingham Hospitals Radio, was established in 1974 and broadcasts to 2 hospitals, 24 hours a day.
|Oakwell Hospital Commentaries||
Established in 2019 with origins back to 1954 the station started as a football commentary service and established itself as a full service hospital radio station for over 60 years. The service is now a football commentary service only, broadcasting commentary and insight from Oakwell, the home of Barnsley Football Club for each home game.
|Phoenix Hospital Radio||
Phoenix Hospital Radio, a subsidiary of Burton Hospitals League of Friends, was established in 1988 and broadcasts to Queen's Hospital.
|Pilgrim Hospital Radio||
Pilgrim Hospital Radio was established in 1974 and broadcasts to Pilgrim Hospital, for a total of 15 hours each week.
|Preston Hospital Radio||
Preston Hospital Radio was established in 1966 and broadcasts to Royal Preston Hospital, 24 hours a day.
|Prince Bishops Hospital Radio||
Auckland Hospital Radio was established in 1978 and broadcasts to Bishop Auckland Hospital and The Richardson Hospital in Barnard Castle.
Approximately 20 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.