Member Stations

Member Station Description Category
Hospital Radio Reading

Hospital Radio Reading, the working name for Reading Hospital Broadcasting Service, was established in 1957 and broadcasts to Royal Berkshire Hospital, 24 hours a day.
On average around 40 people are involved each year in the day-to-day running of the station. Volunteers are often needed; you should contact the station directly if you are interested.

hospital radio stafford

Hospital Radio Stafford was established in 1971 and began broadcasting in 1972. HRS currently broadcasts to County Hospital Stafford, Cannock Chase Hospital, the Royal Stoke University Hospital and Katharine House Hospice, Stafford, 24 hours a day.
A keen and active team of volunteers is involved in programme making, live radio and the day-to-day running of the station. Station developments may be followed on Twitter, Facebook and via the HRS website. Volunteers are always needed so please contact the station directly if you are interested.

Hospital Radio Swale

Hospital Radio Swale was established in 1973 and broadcasts to 6 hospitals, 24 hours a day.
Approximately 11 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.

Hospital Radio Swindon

Hospital Radio Swindon, the working name for Swindon Hospitals Broadcast Society, was established in 1967 and broadcasts to Great Western Hospital, 24 hours a day.
Volunteers are always needed; you should contact the station directly if you are interested.

Hospital Radio Yare

Hospital Radio Yare was established in 1977 and broadcasts to the James Paget University Hospital.
Volunteers are always needed; you should contact the station directly if you are interested.

Huddersfield Hospital Radio

Huddersfield Hospital Radio, the working name for Huddersfield Hospitals Broadcasts Association, was established in 1953 and broadcasts to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary, 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.

HWD Hospital Radio

HWD Hospital Radio, the working name for Heavy Woollen District Hospitals Broadcasts Association, was established in 1950 and broadcasts to Mid Yorkshire Trust Hospitals, 24 hours a day.
Volunteers are always needed; you should contact the station directly if you are interested.

Inverness Hospital Radio

Inverness Hospital Radio, the working name for Inverness Hospitals Broadcasting Service, was established in 1970 and broadcasts from dedicated studios at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness. We broadcast via hospedia to the wards at Raigmore but also have a online stream for anyone across the Highlands and beyond to listen in.

Following the celebration of it's 50th anniversary in November 2020, Inverness Hospital Radio refreshed it's branding with an updated
website and a presence on social media platforms. This also included a new in-house produced jingle package which launched the online stream on the same day.

Isle of Wight HBA

Isle of Wight HBA, the working name for Isle of Wight Hospital Broadcasting Association, was established in 1973 and broadcasts to St Mary's Hospital and on the internet.
Volunteers are always needed; you should contact the station directly if you are interested.

Jubilee Hospital Radio

Jubilee Hospital Radio was established in 1977 and started its first transmission in 1978 with a personal message recorded by Prince Charles.We broadcast to Princess Elizabeth Hospital, each and every day and beyond its four walls via our free Jubilee Hospital Radio app for iOS and Android. We also broadcast via the Tunein Radio App and our website www.jhr.gg

We are a small but perfectly formed offshore hospital radio station with team of 20 volunteers who are involved in the day-to-day running of the station. It's a great training experience for those wanting to develop a career in media; you should contact the station directly if you are interested in volunteering.