Having joined Radio Brockley in 1971, David is Radio Brockley's longest serving member. Whilst supporting many of the stations behind the scenes activities, he presents Chain Reaction as well as co-presenting The Sunday Request Show.
Keith was a patient at the RNOH in the '60s and 70's, joining Radio Brockley in 1977. He is the station's Treasurer, is involved with most aspects of the station and was awarded the HBA's prestigious 'John Whitney Award' in 2016 for his outstanding contribution to UK Hospital Broadcasting. Keith presents Decade Delights - 1970's and some editions of That Was The Year That Was. He's also the narrator for the "Searching For The Grey Lady - a Ghost at the RNOH" podcasts.
Neil joined Radio Brockley in 2017 and has become a regular patient visiting team member and co-presenter of The Sunday Request Show.
Nicky joined Radio Brockley in 2022 after a period volunteering at our hospital in another role. He soon settled in as a regular contributor with the Sunday Request Show team visiting patients for a chat, collecting requests and presenting them on air that afternoon.
In 2023 he became a trustee of the station.
Alan joined the station in 1991, and now presents Brockley News, Rewind and Decade Delights - 1980's, well as co-presenting Alpha Sessions with his wife Emma Joyce. It was Alan's idea to have a regular weekly news programme focussing on events in and around the hospital, so in July 2010 he launched Brockley News. He has also been a driving force behind our HBA Award entries over recent years, and these have brought considerable success to Radio Brockley. Alan is also our Media Librarian.
At the 2019 HBA Awards, the Alpha Sessions team of Alan, Emma Joyce and Ron Laver won the Gold award for Special Event for the "Alpha Sessions 10" weekend of programmes.
Barry presents Barry's Variety Mix.
Carina is the voice of many of our jingles.
Caroline is part of our Tuesday evening team and presents Mixes on Thursday evenings, 8-9pm.
Dave has been involved with hospital and community broadcasting since 1974 when he joined Radio Tyneside in Newcastle, where he remains their chairman. For several years he was chairman of the Hospital Broadcasting Association (HBA). In 1997 he was awarded an MBE for his voluntary service and in 2022 an OBE for for his services to Radio Tyneside and the Community. Dave also received the prestigious HBA John Whitney Award in 2013.
Join Dave for a trip down memory lane in Those Fabulous Fifties which features all genres and styles of music from this decade.
Emma presents Alpha Sessions, Decade Delights - 1990s and some editions of Decade Delights - the 'noughties.
At the 2019 HBA Awards, the "Alpha Sessions" team of Emma, Alan Joyce and Ron Laver won the Gold award for Special Event for the "Alpha Sessions 10" weekend of programmes.
Garry first volunteered on Radio Brockley in the 1970's, and from time to time returns to record more of his excellent From The Vaults shows. The programmes feature music from the 50's and 60's, all backed up with Garry's knowledge of the artists and songs.
Jason co-presents Live Wire
John was a volunteer back in the 1970's, and re-joined in 2018. He presents The John Austin Show.
Ken has been a hospital radio volunteer since 1976, originally with Bridge FM in Dundee, and is currently a committee member of Northern Air Hospital Radio in Manchester.
He invites you to join him In The Drawing Room here at Radio Brockley for an hour of light classical and chamber music for relaxing and enjoying. Ken has an eclectic musical taste and counts chamber music among his favourites.
Lee co-presents some editions of Decade delights - The Noughties with Rebecca Lewis.
Lee co-presents Live Wire
Ling co-presents Live Wire
Lucy is an upcoming singer-songwriter who originally featured on Alpha Sessions as a guest performer. In October 2021 Lucy joined the Alpha Sessions team as a guest presenter of the show.
Margaret helps with our request shows, chatting to patients, collecting their requests and presenting them on air.
Marge is part of our request shows team. At the 2015 HBA Awards, Marge won bronze in the Best Female Presenter category.
Martin presents Yesterday Once More as well as Sound Tracks, and is part of The Tuesday Request Show team.
Mike co-presents Live Wire
Norman was a founder member of hospital Radio in Glasgow and Paisley in 1969.
In 1973 he joined the original team at Radio Clyde 261 as a evening producer, then as a presenter of the Saturday Breakfast Show and Visiting Time on a Sunday, with an audience of 360,000 listeners.
In 1985 Norman founded an entertainment agency and event company, then in 1990 a wholesale distribution company.
Retiring in 2012 he returned to hospital radio, building a home studio to produce and syndicate programmes, including Lets Get Together which is a spotlight on an artist or group, playing 15 of their popular songs and including a biographical look at their career.
In 2018 he applied and was successfully granted a licence from Ofcom to set up a Community Radio station.
Norman still presents a weekly show on hospital Radio in Glasgow, and daily shows on Paisley FM.
He also runs a Training Academy to provide young people with the SQA level 5 course in Radio broadcasting as part of further achievement courses in schools
Paul was a popular member of Radio Brockley for 23 years up to 2015. You will occasionally hear him presenting some pre-recorded Classic Request Shows and That Was The Year That Was.
Phil co-presents Live Wire
Rebecca presents some editions of That Was The Year That Was, and can also be heard co-presenting Decade Delights - The Noughties with Lee Pillar. She has produced a series of podcasts called Mental Health Check with her Mum, Caroline Lewis.
At the 2021 HBA Hospital Radio Awards, Rebecca won the Bronze for "Female Presenter of the Year".
Richard presents The A-Z Of Pop each weekday lunchtime from 1.00pm. The programme features music from many decades, usually based on a theme or letter, along with trivia and fun competitions.
Ron presents Country Music Stories and his own Country Music Weekly.
He has been with Radio Brockley since 1974 and finds the time to edit much of the content used in our Brockley News and Alpha Sessions shows, as well as presenting some of the programmes.
Ron has also been a driving force behind the nominations we have submitted for the annual HBA Awards, many of which have won.
In 2016 Ron, together with Sue Weston, was awarded silver in the Best Speech Package category for their coverage of the “RNOH Clinical Trials Day”.
At the 2019 HBA Awards, the Alpha Sessions team of Ron, Alan & Emma Joyce won the Gold award for Special Event for the "Alpha Sessions 10" weekend of programmes.
Sarah is Head of Fundraising at the Skeletal Cancer Trust, a charity based at the RNOH. She hosts The SCT Hour, which features all aspects of the work the charity does. To find out more, please visit their website.
Sharon presents Mending Minds, a series of programs featuring guided meditation sessions. The series will help you tackle some of the challenges you may be facing in your life and help provide action and direction for a positive outcome.
Topics covered include Anxiety, Self Esteem, Pain and Healing, Sleep, and Positivity.
To find out more about the work done by TDF, visit their website
Sophie presents Bedside Broadway.
Sue joined Radio Brockley in 1983, and has supported the station in many ways. In 2016, along with Ron Laver, Sue won silver in the Best Speech Package category for their coverage of the “RNOH Clinical Trials Day” at the annual HBA Awards.
Why not join Sue every Tuesday afternoon at 4pm for Afternoon Delight?
Tobie comes from an audio background, working as an audio producer in advertising, and is also a voiceover artist.