Hospital News

Hospital News

Show Info

Hosted by: Neil Stockton

Show Times

Timezone: GMT [UTC]
10:00 - 11:00
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21:00 - 22:00
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18:00 - 19:00
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About the Show

Radio Cherwell logoWeekly hospital news programme broadcast in partnership with Radio Cherwell hosted by Neil Stockton, John Lant and Ruth Curtis and produced by Jacquie-Peres Jervice. Showcasing some of the latest developments in and around the hospitals and exclusive interviews with members of the board from the Oxfordshire University Hospitals Trust.

haritable Funds, Oxfordshire Age UK, Sobell House and Maggie’s Centre have regular monthly slots when they tell the patients about imminent events and report on recent successes.

Patients, Hospital Staff, Councillors, MPs, Local Celebrities, and Fundraisers for Oxfordshire charities come into the studio and either record interviews or take part in our programmes.

Colin Dexter, the author of the Inspector Morse books, was interviewed over the phone by the Hospital News team.

Lord Mayors of Oxford have visited the studios to take part in the ‘live’ Hospital News programme. Thames Valley Air Ambulance; Richard Pitman; Tom von Kaenel; Elizabeth Boardman (Hospital Archivist); Ambulance Service; Eric Sidebottom; OUH Chaplaincy Team; Don Rouse; Hugo Vickers; Helen Peacocke, (Writer) and Colin Cure, (Oxfordshire Association for the Blind) frequently take part in the show.

Special events are covered like:- Abseils, Not Just a Walk in the Park, OX5 Run at Blenheim Palace, Sobell House Moonlight Stroll are also featured in the Programme.

Contact & Get Involved…

Let the team know about your experiences during your time in hospital. If you’re fundraising for the Trust, or one of the organisations within the Oxfordshire University Hospitals, we would be pleased to hear from you. Or perhaps you work within the Hospital(s) and would like patients to know about the work you are doing?

The team can be contacted via the form below, or:

Telephone: 01865 225522
Text: 07786200690 start msg with ‘CHERWELL’.