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A week of celebrations for Radio Horton

A week of celebrations for Radio Horton

Last week saw the commemoration of two very special events take place at the Horton General Hospital, as the NHS celebrated seventy years on 5th July, Banbury’s hospital radio station, Radio Horton was also preparing for a ceremony of its own birthday, which took place two days later. On Saturday 7th July, Radio Horton held […]


Why hospital radio volunteers still play a crucial role

Why hospital radio volunteers still play a crucial role

Volunteers Week (1st-7th June) is an annual celebration organised by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) and recognises the fantastic contribution that millions of volunteers make across the country. Yet in the current society, with so many organisations needing the support of volunteers to survive, what makes people choose hospital radio? Banbury’s hospital radio […]


A Call for ward visitors

A Call for ward visitors

Do you enjoy chatting to people and have an interest in music? If yes, and you have a couple of hours to spare on a Monday, Wednesday or Friday, then Radio Horton would love to hear from you. Broadcasting for over 52 years, Radio Horton is always looking to add to our ward visiting team. The station’s […]