Radio Marsden is the hospital radio station serving the Royal Marsden Cancer Hospitals in London and Surrey, UK, 24 hours a day. You can listen to Radio Marsden online by clicking on the ‘Listen Live’ link, or if you’re a patient in either Chelsea or Sutton, you’ll find us available on your bedside TV on channel 700 (the first radio channel).
The Marsden March 2015 takes place this coming Sunday (22nd March) and Radio Marsden will be at Chelsea, Sutton and all 14 miles in between talking to the walkers and meeting a few celebrities along the way!
This year, 5,500 walkers will take part in the fifth occasion of the annual event, each walking either 14 or 5 miles between Chelsea and Sutton. Over the past four years, the March has raising an extraordinary £4.5 . . . → Read More
Radio Marsden is pleased to announce that after a considerable amount of work, we are once again available to patients at the Chelsea branch of the Royal Marsden Hospital through the bedside entertainment system. As is the case at Sutton, we’re on channel 700 via the Radio menu on the system.
As you may be aware, there was a major fire at the Chelsea hospital in 2008. That fire damaged the equipment that made . . . → Read More
Radio Marsden would like to wish all of our friends and listeners a very Merry Christmas, and thank you for all of your support throughout 2014!
It’s been a busy month at Radio Marsden. On Saturday 13th December, our volunteers took to Sutton High Street for our annual Christmas fundraiser, Boots Day. Keeping Radio Marsden running each year is an expensive business – we are a registered charity and totally self-funding. So, thanks to the . . . → Read More
It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas here at Radio Marsden! We’ve been celebrating Christmas with patients and staff at the Royal Marsden Hospitals for the past 45 years, but for the first time we’ll dedicate a whole new pop-up station to Christmas cheer – we’re launching Radio Marsden Christmas!
Radio Marsden Christmas will play the best Christmas music from the 1940s through to today, delve into our archive of special Christmas programming, and . . . → Read More