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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Radio Brockley Festive Programmes

Radio Brockley will be presenting a number of special shows over the festive period, including some special live shows from the wards on Christmas Eve. We will also have the annual countdown of the most requested songs and artists of the year on Sunday 7th January. Here’s a list of our special shows: THURSDAY 21ST DECEMBER: 7pm: RNOH Carol Service […]

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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 Radio Brockley Archives from 1996

Radio Brockley is celebrating it’s 51st birthday this week, and so we take a look back at some classic moments in the station’s history. In 1996, four members took part in a Tube Run to raise funds for the station. It was actually the second time we had attempted this, as in 1990 Steve Atkins and Syd Jarvis attempted it. […]

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Listen To Radio Brockley Archives from 1985

Radio Brockley is celebrating it’s 51st birthday this week, and so we take a look back at some classic moments in the station’s history. In 1985, Radio Brockley’s new studios were opened. It was part of a major refit, which meant that the current control room could be used for the first time. It more than doubled the studio space […]

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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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