Whipps Cross Hospital Radio Ward Visitor, Shirley Cullum, tells us all about her work as an artist. Click Here Shirley Cullum Interview
Whipps Cross Radio sports presenter David Morrow went to meet local sports supremo Barry Hearn at his Essex home and talked to him about his childhood, business successes and, of course, Leyton Orient. No longer involved in the club, Barry still has a great story to tell and firm views on its future. To find out what he really paid for the club back in 1995 and to hear this
1. Shape Of You. Ed Sheeran 2. Three Little Birds. Bob Marley And The Wailers 3. New York New York. Frank Sinatra 4. Eleanor Rigby. The Beatles 5. I Will Always Love You. Whitney Houston 6. Thinking Out Loud. Ed Sheeran 7. Jolene. Dolly Parton 8. Viva La Vida. Coldplay 9. Sailing. Rod Stewart 10. A Kind Of Magic. Queen 11. Castle On The Hill. Ed Sheeran 12. Man In
From Monday 13th November 2017, Andrew Fuller will be presenting Afternoon Delight from 4pm to 8pm Monday to Friday. With a tasteful mix of afternoon music and an hour of the very best Whipps Cross Love Songs at 5pm. Tea and biscuits at the ready !
The West Ham Infirmary was built in 1902 and much of that original building makes up the present site. But in November 1917, after a visit by King George V and Queen Mary, the infirmary was renamed Whipps Cross War Hospital. The ‘War‘ was soon dropped after the end of the First World War during which it was used to treat the wounded. So November 2017 marks the centenary of
Whipps Cross Hospital Radio is very happy to welcome Shirley Cullum as a ward visitor for the Sunday night team. Look out for Shirley as she visits the wards on Sunday nights to take all your requests and dedications. A very warm welcome to the team Shirley.
A very warm welcome to two new presenters on our Monday night team. A big round of applause please for Chris Scott and Yvonne Hunter
The 23rd edition of our patient magazine has just been published and can be viewed online by clicking on the image above. It is full of interesting articles about the station and Whipps Cross Hospital as well as about the local area. Taking pride of place on the cover is actor Daniel Mays (a Leyton Orient supporter) and you can also read about the old days of the NHS, Winston
On Bank Holiday Monday 1st May 2017 the radio team will be supporting The Chigwell Round Table at their annual fete. Held on the Green by Chigwell underground station from midday until 3pm there will be stalls, fun and entertainment and Whipps Cross Radio will be there to provide the P.A. Come along and meet some of the volunteers and enjoy a family afternoon out.
Whipps Cross Hospital Radio is looking for a sports presenter to work on our Sunday Sport programme from 5pm-6pm. This does not involve commentary but is a round up for the Whipps Cross Hospital audience of local and national sports news along with music. These days Sundays are just as busy as Saturdays. Training will be given but a good knowledge and a passionate interest in sports is essential. Any