Radio Glamorgan pays tribute to a long serving volunteer

Radio Glamorgan have paid tribute to their very own King.

Karlo King joined Radio Glamorgan (RG) in 1978 and holds the distinction of being the stations longest serving volunteer, having been involved for 41 years right up until his passing in December 2019.

He was a much loved, dedicated & enthusiastic individual who had a real passion for sharing his love and knowledge of music.

Simon Field who has been with Radio Glamorgan since 1984, presented what the emotional tribute. He was joined by Karlo’s two children Carlene and Daniel and former work colleague Mark Gorman, who all shared their memories of Karlo. Some past and current volunteers at the station also paid their respects too.

Chairman Jamie Pritchard said

“It really was a fitting tribute to our King Karlo, especially during Volunteers Week where it’s all about recognising those who make a difference. Remembering one of our longest serving volunteers in this way, playing some of his favourite songs and hearing his voice again was something really special”

The show is available to listen to as a podcast by searching “Radio Glamorgan” on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Soundcloud, Spotify or by going to the Radio Glamorgan website, 

Radio Glamorgan is the award-winning hospital radio station based at the University Hospital of Wales (UHW) in Cardiff. The station, run entirely by volunteers serves the UHW, St David’s Hospital and the Cardiff Royal Infirmary.