2017 RNOH Carol Service

The service, conducted by the hospital Chaplin Rev Wendy Brooker, took place on Tuesday 19th December in Broccles, the hospital restaurant, and we were there to record it. You can hear the service, plus a Christmas message from RNOH Chief Executive Rob Hurd, and news of freshly pressed apple juice from the hospitals’ own orchard and which was available after the […]

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Keith Reeve Celebrates 40 Years at RB

Radio Brockley members past and present joined together to mark Keith Reeve’s 40 years of service to London’s longest-running hospital radio station. Keith joined back in the autumn of 1977 and since then has gone on to become one of the station’s most loyal and influential members. He has been a trustee for around 28 years, the treasurer since 1982, […]

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Alpha Sessions welcomes more new artists

Radio Brockley’s own New Music show has been welcoming more special guests to the studio to chat about their music and perform their latest tracks. The show’s growing fanbase on twitter now includes 00’s singing star Natasha Bedingfield. Two of the latest sessions are now available to listen to on YouTube. Sabrina Parker is a 20-year-old singer songwriter who made […]

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Listen to the RNOH Annual General Meeting 2017

The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital’s Annual General Meeting took place on 19th September and Radio Brockley was invited along to record it for patients, staff and visitors. You can now listen to the AGM as part of a special Brockley News Extra show here: https://youtu.be/8sIOqWnmKoQ It includes presentations from Vice Chairman Councillor Joe Carlebach, CEO Rob Hurd, Interim Director Of Finance […]

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Radio Brockley Turns 51

Radio Brockley – London’s longest-running hospital radio station, celebrates its 51st Birthday today (2nd October). The station was started back on 2nd October 1966 by six volunteers – Barry Cobden, Mike Solomons, Mike Alinek, Ian Downs, Dave Wilkins and Malcolm Mallett. It was officially opened by Harrow East MP, Roy Roebuck. The first ‘studio’ was just off the “slope”, near “Intensive […]

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Keith Reeve notches up 40 Years at Radio Brockley

Radio Brockley trustee Keith Reeve has reached an incredible landmark at Radio Brockley, reaching 40 years of volunteering for London’s longest-running hospital radio station. Keith, an ex-patient, first joined the station back in 1977. During his time at RB his achievements and contribution have been enormous. He became the station’s treasurer in 1982 and has remained in the post ever […]

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Elvis Presley Tops September Request Chart

Elvis Presley was the most requested artist on Radio Brockley in September, topping our chart for the second month in a row. He finished ahead of The Beatles, Tom Jones and Ed Sheeran in our monthly poll of most requested songs at the RNOH. There was no clear winner for the most requested song of the month but favourites included […]

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RB Attends RNOH Volunteer “Thank You” Day

Radio Brockley members gathered with other volunteers at the RNOH “Thank You” Day, held outside the Jubilee REHAB Ward on Saturday 23rd September. The afternoon featured free taster sessions from The Disability Foundation (TDF), a selection of hot food and scones, Scottish dancing, and three live acoustic acts from our very own Alpha Sessions shows who gave up their time […]

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SCAT Charity Fundraising Update

Sarah Wright from the SCAT Bone Cancer Trust charity popped down to Radio Brockley recently to update listeners on all of their latest fundraising projects. SCAT (which stands for Skeletal Cancer Action Trust) are a charity dedicated to the advancement of bone cancer research, and provide support and care to patients at all stages of treatment. Their fundraisers this year […]

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