Welcome to Hereford Hospital Radio
Broadcasting to Hereford Hospitals for 50 years!
Hereford Hospital Radio has been broadcasting since 1972, following a project set up by the Herefordshire County Youth Service and Hereford Lions Club. Over the years the station has been heard any many of the county’s hospitals but now focuses its broadcasts at the County Hospitals, where it has its studios.
Each year volunteers from the station attend many events around the county raising funds to keep the station on the air. Our volunteers efforts provide the majority of the funds to keep the station on the air..
During the current time the station is still on air and producing and broadcasting live programmes each day to the patients and staff at the County Hospital. The charity invested in some technology to allow for this a number years ago.
Our presenters come from all walks of life. We can provide support with training
Some of our team, just like to support the work of the charity
To maintain the service we provide we require help with raising funds.
Are you interesting in find out more ?
Please click on the Contact Tab above and you can drop is a message!
Meet our volunteers
Join Garth every Friday at 2pm
Join Simon every Saturday where he celebrates the music of Eurovision past and present.
Join Pete every Sunday from 8am for the best way to start your Sunday,
Sarah is often found on air with her Husband Peter
Susan is one of our Longest serving members
Join James every week on HHR
Tim Cooper presents the Red Thread every Saturday evening at 6pm.
Join Rosko every Saturday and Sunday as he brings us two different shows
Join Paul has he brings us an update on the world of Movies every week at 8pm every Sunday
Join Chris for the HHR Breakfast Show every morning at 7am
Join Kelly every Friday evening at 7pm. with music from the 1980' and 1990's
Join Danny every Wednesday at 7pm
Local News from the team at Your Herefordshire
Borderlines Film Festival, a major and much-anticipated cultural event across Herefordshire, Shropshire, Malvern and the Marches, is back for its 22nd edition this Friday at 9 separate venues on its opening night on Friday 1 March. From the eerie and moving recent British release All of Us Strangers, starring Fleabag’s Andrew Scott and Normal People’s Paul Mescal, showing at the art deco Regal at […]
Plans for a Hereford Bypass could be boosted after the Government confirmed it will be spending £4.7 billion of reallocated HS2 funding in the Midlands and the North. Both the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats in Herefordshire have pushed for plans for a Hereford Bypass to be back on the table after being scraped by the […]
Emergency services were called to a collision involving a vehicle and a horse on a busy route tonight. West Mercia Police and West Midlands Ambulance Service were both called to the collision on the A44 between Bromyard and Worcester. The collision occurred near the village of Broadwas. A number of horses from a nearby field […]
West Mercia Police have issued an alert to residents in Herefordshire following a suspicious incident involving a caravan. The incident occurred this afternoon in the village of Canon Pyon. A spokesperson for West Mercia Police said: “We received a report of suspicious behaviour this afternoon in Canon Pyon. “Here’s what happened: “A man knocked on […]
West Mercia Police officers have made an arrest after a vehicle collided with a pedestrian in Herefordshire. The incident occurred in Credenhill on Saturday evening. A spokesperson for West Mercia Police said: “Yesterday evening in Credenhill, Police and Ambulance responded to a report of a road traffic collision involving a pedestrian. “Following the incident, one […]
Bromyard Community Hospital is closed to visitors due cases of Norovirus. As a preventative measure, visiting on the inpatient ward at Bromyard Community Hospital is only permitted on compassionate grounds and after discussion with the nurse in charge. These restrictions are in place to prevent the further spread of diarrhoea and vomiting which is affecting […]
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