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Maggie's Cancer Centres Podcasts

Thursday 4 February 2016 is World Cancer Day and HBA members have been invited to broadcast a new series of podcasts that will launch on this day. The podcasts are for a charity called Maggie’s...

Sir Terry Wogan: Former HBA Patron Dies Aged 77

Former HBA Patron & BBC Broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan has died this morning aged 77. In a statement, his family said: "Sir Terry Wogan died today after a short but brave battle with cancer. He...

Radio Horton Donates Funds to Hospital

Banbury's hospital radio station, Radio Horton has donated £375 towards equipment and services at the Horton General Hospital following two successful fundraising events over the Christmas...

Helping Patients Get Interactive

Volunteers at Hospital Radio Tunbridge Wells are now able to get more interactive with their listeners in the Tunbridge Wells Hospital at Pembury, Tonbridge Cottage Hospital and surrounding community...

Your Shortlists - The National Hospital Radio Awards 2016

Your Shortlists Are Here! The National Hospital Radio Awards is an annual celebration of the excellent standards found in hospital radio stations across the country. The awards are open to any HBA...

National Hospital Radio Request Chart 2015 - How to Get your Station Involved

Mark Snowdon has launched the 2015 National Hospital Radio Request Chart, the 12th year that the show has been produced. The programme uses request data from stations all over the UK to countdown...

HBA to Publish White Paper on Hospital Broadcasting

Hospital Broadcasting Association Launches Project to Produce White Paper on the Contribution of Members' Activities and Hospital Broadcasting to Patient Well-being.  This Article is for...

Why Stations Need to Register With Football DataCo

What is the fuss about Football Dataco? HBA member station who broadcast from football stadiums around the UK need to know about them. Here is a statement from their...

BHBN receives award in recognition of its services to Birmingham

Birmingham Hospital Broadcasting Network (‘BHBN’) has received a coveted award for its services to patients in Birmingham from The Birmingham Society. BHBN, the volunteer run hospital radio station,...