Millside Radio

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Millside Hospital Radio
Broadcast area King's Mill Hospital, Nottinghamshire
First air date October 20, 1989
Format Variety
Website Millside Radio

Millside Radio provides hospital radio programmes twenty-four hours a day for people throughout King's Mill Hospital on the Mansfield and Ashfield border, broadcasting twenty-four hours a day in high-quality stereo sound using the hospital's 'Hospedia' network, a wired distribution system free to patients for radio, but which charges for other communications, such as individual bedside wired telephone and television. The progamming is also streamed online.

Entirely staffed by volunteers, Millside Radio is registered as a charity using the name Millside Hospital Radio.[1]

News & Sport coverage[edit]

Millside Radio has live news and sports coverage broadcast on the hour. Sports updates are included in many live shows throughout the week.

Outside broadcasts[edit]

Millside Radio broadcasts from outside locations such as Asda Mansfield and B&Q Mansfield. The Charity also broadcasts from events around the hospital.

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