Welcome to Radio Warneford, the award-winning hospital broadcasting service based at Warwick Hospital in the heart of Warwickshire, providing quality radio entertainment to both patients and staff since 1973.
Thank-you for visiting our web site - we hope you find it interesting.
Interested In Joining The Team?
What kind of person are we looking for? What qualifications do you need to join us? Find out what it's like to be a volunteer at Radio Warneford and download an application form to print out and fill in.
We have added a new clip to our RadioWarneford YouTube channel.
If you have got some free time on your hands and you are looking for an exciting new interest, then why not do something special for your community here in South Warwickshire.
Radio Warneford is currently on the lookout for new volunteers of all ages* to help us continue our award-winning broadcasts to patients at Warwick Hospital.
We have vacancies in a number of our broadcasting teams if you are suitable - Monday to Friday evenings, Sunday mornings and Sunday evenings. We are also looking for people with a few hours free on one or two afternoons a week to visit patients in Warwick Hospital to have a chat and collect requests.
Find out more about life as a Radio Warneford volunteer on the following pages, then download an application form, fill it in and send it back to us.
Why I Joined Radio Warneford...
* Radio Warneford volunteers must be at least 18 years old but there is no upper age limit!
Radio Warneford Grand Draw
Radio Warneford's 2016 Grand Raffle Draw reached its climax on Saturday 10 September in the Market Place in Warwick when the winning tickets were drawn. Thanks to the generosity of the people of South Warwickshire and local companies, this year the Grand Draw raised a total of £460.
Were you one of our lucky winners? Click to find out and see some more photos from the day!
Radio Warneford has a special magazine for patients and the 2016 edition is still available!
The magazine is packed full of archive photographs and newspaper reports charting Radio Warneford's development from its first studio in a broom cupboard at the Warneford Hospital in 1973 to its current studio complex at Warwick.
You can also find out more about the service that we provide including our most popular record requests as well as some of the highlights to listen out for during the day.
The new magazine is available free of charge from our displays around the hospital including the main entrance and in Outpatients.
You can also read our new magazine online at any time at http://warwick.smilepublishing.com
Find out how easy it is to make a small donation to Radio Warneford - by mobile phone with JustTextGiving!
You can also make a secure, commission-free donation via our charity page on BT's MyDonate website.
Visit the new Warwick Hospital website at http://www.swft.nhs.uk/
The League Of Friends Of Warwick Hospital is at http://leagueoffriendswarwick.blogspot.com