Elvis Returns To No.1 in October Request Chart

Elvis Presley returned to the top of the request chart for the first time in three months to become the most request artist of October by patients of the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. Elvis is Radio Brockley’s all-time most requested artist, and he’s one of the leading contenders for the annual number one spot alongside Abba, Ed Sheeran and Adele. […]

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Long Service Awards For Sue and Marge

Two of Radio Brockley’s long-serving members were presented with certificates last weekend for their services to Radio Brockley for a combined total of 50 years!! Marge Walker joined the station back in 2003 and has been a very popular patient rep on the wards, a long-time supporter of Bedside Bingo, and has putting together some amusing and compelling speech packages […]

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Adele Tops September Request Chart

Adele moved to the top of the request chart for the first time this year to become the most request artist of September by patients of the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. The month chart saw Adele, who hasn’t had a hit in 2018, re-enter the chart at the top spot. She is among the leading contenders to be the most […]

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Brockley News chats to Aspire and OPUS

Radio Brockley reporters have been out and about once again speaking to other hospital charities and departments for our regular Brockley News shows. Caroline Keating met up with Belinda Melrod, the Housing Manager at the Aspire charity. The Aspire Housing Programme offers an alternative for people with Spinal Cord Injury, with homes located around the UK. They are used on a […]

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Queen Top Request Chart for August

It was all change on the Radio Brockley request chart for August, with Queen topping the monthly poll for the first time in 2018. The chart, based on requests by patients at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore, sees Queen finally end a run of domination by Elvis Presley and Abba over the last few months. Celine Dion achieved […]

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Barbara Bus Fund Celebrates 50 Years

The Barbara Bus Fund is celebrating 50 years of service this year. The charity, based at the RNOH, was set up by Barbara Werndly who was a patient at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, having contracted Polio when she was 13 which left her paralysed. The charity provides transport for people who are unable to transfer from their wheelchair, and therefore […]

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