Listen Back To RNOH Stanmore Building Royal Opening

Radio Brockley was privileged to broadcast live coverage of the official opening of The Stanmore Building to patients of the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. The broadcast team featured host David Rauch and reporter Keith Reeve, with guest reporter Sarah Wright from the SCAT charity. The technical team consisted of Ron Laver and Alan Joyce, with Caroline Keating collecting requests and […]

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Radio Brockley Wins HBA Gold For Alpha Sessions Event

Radio Brockley was successful again in the 2019 Hospital Broadcasting Association (HBA) awards, picking up two trophies including Gold in the “Special Event” category. The winning entry showcased highlights from last year’s “Alpha Sessions 10” event – hosted by Emma Joyce with support from the regular team of Alan Joyce and Ron Laver. However many other members turned out to […]

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Listen To Highlights of the RNOH Staff Awards 2019

A team of Radio Brockley volunteers supported the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital’s annual staff achievement awards, held at The Village in Elstree. Staff and volunteers from across the hospital were presented with trophies to recognise their outstanding work and contribution to the RNOH. The guest host this year was Shaun Williamson, who many will remember as Barry from Eastenders. He […]

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The Disability Foundation introduce Hypnotherapy

The Disability Foundation (TDF) are another charity based at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, and Radio Brockley has been working on a series with the charity, introducing the various complimentary therapies they offer. TDF are open Mondays to Saturdays and offer a range of holistic therapies including acupuncture, chiropody, counselling, massage, osteopathy, reflexology, reiki, and yoga therapy. You can find […]

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RNOH launches “On The Mend” campaign

The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital has launched a new campaign called “On The Mend”, which is designed to help patients speed up the recovery process by keeping active after surgery. Many patients feel anxious about leaving their beds for the first time after surgery, but staying in bed for too long afterwards can slow the recovery time down and increase […]

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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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