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 the Royal Marsden Hospital in Sutton, you’ll find us available on your bedside TV on channel 700 (the first radio channel).
Here on our website, you can find out all about us and the work that we do, catch up on all the latest news, meet some of our people, and find out all about getting involved. You can also make a request or dedication to be played in our nightly patients’ Request Show.
We are very pleased to report that the current total for The Radio Marsden Mobile Phone Appeal is £1436.40, which will be added to the Appeal fund for the essential rebuild of our studio in The Royal Marsden Hospital in Chelsea.
A full list of local drop-off points that will accept unwanted phones and raise valuable resources for Radio Marsden can be found here on the website.
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Some photographs of the Radio Marsden team and our partner cycling team, Velosport Montegrappa, at RideLondon 2014. A great day!
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Radio Marsden is excited to announce a partnership agreement with Team Velosport Montegrappa, a semi-professional ladies cycling team, based in Surrey.
The agreement was designed to raise awareness in areas that both parties would, otherwise, have no visibility in. Radio Marsden Chairman Jason Reynolds said, “it’s an exciting opportunity for more people to be aware of the service that we provide to the patients, their families and to the staff of both hospitals”.
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On Saturday 12th July, Radio Marsden volunteers played music and shook collection tins on the concourse of Boots in Sutton High Street.
Events such as this are absolutely essential for raising vital funds to keep running Radio Marsden and members of the public in Sutton responded in spectacular fashion: we raised the princely sum of £1,385.79!
In addition to the money raised, which will go towards the costs we incur in broadcasting 24/7, there were . . . → Read More