Due to changes in the provision of wi-fi services for patients across South Warwickshire we are currently unable to broadcast any of our programmes.Find out more
Welcome to Radio Warneford
Welcome to Radio Warneford, the hospital broadcasting service based in the heart of South Warwickshire, providing quality radio entertainment to patients since 1973.
Our programmes can be heard at Ellen Badger Hospital in Shipston-on-Stour, at Stratford Hospital in Stratford-upon-Avon and at Warwick Hospital where our studios are based.
Thank-you for visiting our website - we hope you find it interesting.
Welcome to the beginnings of our new-look website! Radio Warneford joined the web in 1997 and our old website, introduced in 1999, was definitely showing its age! Find out what’s coming up…Find out more
The new edition of Radio Warneford’s patient magazine is here, packed full of archive photographs and newspaper reports charting Radio Warneford’s history since its first broadcast at the Warneford Hospital in 1973.Find out more
Why not pay a visit to our YouTube channel to hear interviews and special features from some of our programmes. Here are our most recent additions...
Relaxation techniques with Stephen Boden
Following on from the interview with Paul Thompson from Springfield Mind, Stephen Boden goes through some simple relaxation techniques which can help relax you whilst in hospital and at home. Published: 19 August 2018
Interview with Paul Thompson from Springfield Mind
Radio Warneford member Stephen Boden recently interviewed Paul Thompson from Springfield Mind, a charity which promotes well-being in the community. Paul talked about the local offices in Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon and Leamington Spa and gave details of how you can contact them. Published: 19 August 2018
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 on the lookout for new volunteers who have a few hours to spare each week and would like to help visit patients on the wards, collect record requests and put together programmes.Find out more