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Radio Horton was launched on the 7th July 1964 by local journalists, Ted Hanson MBE and Graham Wilton.

A registered charity, the objectives of Radio Horton is to relieve sickness, infirmity & disabilities attendant on old age amongst persons living in Banbury & the surrounding area, by providing a local broadcasting service for hospitals, hospices, residential homes & similar institutions, & wherever possible, providing a similar service within the local community to assist patients receiving “Care in the Community”.

We provide a variety of programming to suit our diverse range of listeners at the Horton General Hospital in Banbury, Oxfordshire and offer a unique health focussed output to people in our local community including in care homes and hospices.

Why not have a look at our schedule, we’re sure there’s something for your ears to enjoy.

Find out more about volunteering with Radio Horton & how you can get involved.

Help us raise funds by supporting your station through donations or fundraising events!

If you run a business, why not look at opportunities to support Radio Horton in return for publicity?

We started in 1964 with a weekly show. Learn how Radio Horton has evolved through the decades.

There are many ways to listen to the station that’s good for you – in hospital or in your own home!

Information about the Horton Hospital & the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust