Spinal Sarcoma Priority Setting Survey

Vislesha and Catherine speak to Keith Reeve about an important survey currently underway by Spinal Sarcoma PSP into the priorities needed for spinal sarcoma treatment. They want to hear from anyone impacted by a spinal sarma either now or in the past, and from patients, relatives and friends. Spinal Sarcoma PSP

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Interview with Sarah Wright from the Skeletal Cancer Trust (SCT)

Based at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore, the main goals of the SCT charity are to improve the lives and increase survival of children and young adults who are afflicted with bone cancer by both initiating and funding scientific research, education and individual patient support. The charity’s Head of Fundraising, Sarah Wright speaks to Alan Joyce about how the […]

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The Stanmore Steppers

Keith Reeve hosts a special feature on The Stanmore Steppers, which is an excellent initiative by Laura Mitham, one of the RNOH Therapy Technicians. We also hear from patients benefiting from the idea, the volunteers who support it and also from RNOH Volunteering and Involvement Lead Diane Young.

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HBA Award Nominations and Aspire

Alan Joyce introduces the latest news update for the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. We hear the shortlist nominations for the 2021 national hospital radio awards, with Alan Dedicoat. We hear reaction to the nominations from trustee Rebecca Lewis, and Michael Hippolyte interview Dean Tearle from the Aspire charity about their plans to reopen after lockdown. Plus there’s music from Alessia.

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Interview with Michele Monro

Ron Laver chats to Michele Monro, daughter of legendary 60s singer Matt Monro, about a special four-part audio documentary on his career and recording catalogue. The documentary, called “The Boy From Shoreditch”, will be broadcast in full on Radio Brockley over Christmas.

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RNOH Carol Service 2020

This year’s “virtual” RNOH Christmas Carol service is led by Father Paul Reece, the lead chaplain for the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. Music comes from the Buttercup Singers and from patient and RNOH supporter Ushma Soni. Plus there’s a message from interim Chief Executive Paul Fish.

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