Member Stations

Member Station Description Category
Radio Addenbrooke's

Radio Addenbrooke's, a subsidiary of Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust, was established in 1954 and broadcasts to 2 hospitals.
Approximately 36 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 B.G.M.

Radio B.G.M., a subsidiary of Llanelli and District League of Hospital Friends, and broadcasts to Prince Philip Hospital, and on line 24 hours a day.
Approximately 15 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 Broadgreen

Liverpool Hospital Broadcasting Service was established in 1975 incorporating Radio Newsham and Radio Broadgreen. Due to hospital closure in the mid 1980's, only Radio Broadgreen continues throughout the Liverpool area. Radio Broadgreen broadcasts to Liverpool Heart & Chest NHS Foundation Trust and the Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, 24 hours a day via bedside entertainment system and online making the service accessible to patients & staff via the free hospital WiFi service.
Radio Broadgreen is also the hub for HRFN (Hospitals Radio Football Network) providing commentary for all Everton FC and Liverpool FC home fixtures to other hospital radio stations.

Please note: We are unable to accept applications for work experience.
All new members have to be processed via our main NHS Trust's rigorous application procedure that includes online application (TRAC), interview, ID/DBS checks, Occupational Health checks and Core Skills H&S day course.

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Radio Brockley

Radio Brockley was established in 1966 and broadcasts to the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore, North West London, 24 hours a day.
Approximately 20-25 people are involved in the day-to-day running of the station. Volunteers are always welcome, please contact us if you are interested in learning more.
We broadcast via the Bedside Terminals on wards which have this equipment, may also be heard virtually anywhere around the hospital on the NHS Free-WiFi via a link from our website, and, on the few wards which still have them, on traditional stethoscope headsets. We do not webstream over the wideband Internet.

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Radio Calderdale

Radio Calderdale, the working name for Calderdale Hospitals Broadcasting Association, was established in 1981 and broadcasts to The Calderdale Royal Hospital, 24 hours a day.
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 Cavell

Radio Cavell, the working name for Radio Cavell Ltd, was established in 1952 and broadcasts to Royal Oldham Hospital, 24 hours a day.
Approximately 40 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 Chelsea and Westminster

Radio Chelsea and Westminster was established in 1980 and broadcasts to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, 24 hours a day.
Approximately 60 people are involved in the day-to-day running of the station.

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Radio Cherwell

Radio Cherwell formerly called Oxford Hospitals Broadcasting Association(OHBA) was established in 1967 and broadcasts to 3 hospitals, 24 hours a day.
Approximately 78 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 Clatterbridge

Radio Clatterbridge was established in 1951 and broadcasts to 2 hospitals, 24 hours a day.
Approximately 26 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 DGH / Eastbourne Hospital Radio

Radio DGH / Eastbourne Hospital Radio, the working name for Radio DGH, was established in 1951 and broadcasts to Eastbourne District General Hospital, 24 hours a day.
Approximately 25 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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