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Celebrating 50 years of broadcasting with 50 hours of LIVE shows

During the weekend of Friday 21st October through till Sunday 23rd October the team here at CHR celebrated 50 years on air by broadcasting Live shows non stop for 50 hours throughout the day and night.

If you missed any of it and want to hear any of the shows again or just want to see how we got on just CLICK HERE


Along with our ongoing running costs Coventry Hospital Radio are trying to raise an extra £22.000 to completely update our ageing studio equipment. As we don’t get any funding from the NHS or UHCW we are constantly out and about trying to raise funds with the hope of reaching our target.

If you think you could help us with this venture, then please make a donation by scanning our ‘Scan Me’ or selecting our JustGiving icon.

We thank you in advance for this

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Welcome to Coventry Hospital Radio (CHR)

The station was established in 1972, and is run by a dedicated team of volunteers.

CHR is managed by a committee who are elected every 2 years and broadcasts to the patients bedside 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, totally FREE of charge through your Bedside Units.

While in the hospital it’s easy and free of charge to start listening to Coventry Hospital Radio, just press the radio button on the control located at the left hand side of your unit, select Hospital Radio and away you go.

Take a look at our programme schedule and you will find a choice of show which will fit your style of music. You can also view the presenters profile page to put a face to the person you are listening to.

Coventry Hospital Radio are always on the lookout for volunteers to help with the running of the station, this ranges from visiting the wards to presenting your own show.

Once you have become a volunteer at Coventry Hospital Radio full training will be given to get you on the road to helping the patients with their recovery while they are in the hospital.

There are many ways of listening to your favourite Hospital Radio.

Watch the video and let CHRIS show you how.

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