Radio Brockley is London’s longest running hospital radio station, broadcasting to the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore.
Our mission is to provide a friendly face to patients at the RNOH, with a round-the-clock radio service dedicated to inpatients, in addition to regular visits to the wards.
Our programmes include music from across the decades and genres, as well as news and information on what is going on in and around the hospital, via our “Brockley News” shows.
HBA Award Nominations and Aspire
Alan Joyce introduces the latest news update for the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. We hear the shortlist nominations for the 2021 national hospital radio awards, with Alan Dedicoat. We hear reaction to the nominations from trustee Rebecca Lewis, and Michael Hippolyte interview Dean Tearle from the Aspire charity about their plans to reopen after lockdown. Plus there's music from Alessia.
The Disability Foundation
Ron Laver talks to Geraldine Gower from The Disability Foundation about the range of holistic therapies they can continue to offer online during lockdown, and why their service is so important. There's also music from Amalie Bryde.
RNOH Covid-19 Vaccine Questions Answered
We hear from Interim RNOH Chief Executive Paul Fish, and Jonathan Berry, the Deputy Head of Operations and Operational Lead for the Covid-19 vaccination delivery programme. Plus there's music from Hicktown Breakout.
Interview with Paul Fish, Interim RNOH CEO & Chief Nurse
Interim RNOH CEO and Chief Nurse Prof Paul Fish speaks to Keith Reeve about all aspects of the RNOH, plus a preview of our 2021 HBA Awards "Station Of The Year" entry. Also includes music from Crouton Cannon.
Interview with Michele Monro
Ron Laver chats to Michele Monro, daughter of legendary 60s singer Matt Monro, about a special four-part audio documentary on his career and recording catalogue. The documentary, called "The Boy From Shoreditch", will be broadcast in full on Radio Brockley over Christmas.
RNOH Carol Service 2020
This year's "virtual" RNOH Christmas Carol service is led by Father Paul Reece, the lead chaplain for the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. Music comes from the Buttercup Singers and from patient and RNOH supporter Ushma Soni. Plus there's a message from interim Chief Executive Paul Fish.