We are excited to announce the start of our journey in working together with Radio Glamorgan. We are taking our first steps together, both committed to the importance of music in supporting and connecting with patients who are at home or on hospital wards.

Radio Glamorgan began in 1967 at the Cardiff Royal Infirmary (CRI). A few year later, they then moved to their current home at the University Hospital of Wales and for a few decades their studios were housed within the basement. However, after extensive fundraising, Radio Glamorgan moved to where you can see them now on the main thoroughfare (Just up from the main UHW concourse ) in 1999.


Radio Glamorgan is a station manned entirely by volunteers overseen by a board of trustees that are voted in and ratified by all at an Annual General Meeting held during the first quarter of each year. In 2019, they renamed their studio after John Wilce, a dedicated volunteer at the station for 15 years, who died after a short illness a year before.

Radio Glamorgan are also a registered charity (504534).
When possible, they fund-raise by taking part in bucket collections at supermarkets across the Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan area alongside organising events that everyone can attend.

If you are interested in joining Radio Glamorgan or finding out more, please click here.

Everyone can listen to Radio Glamorgan, you do not need to be in hospital!

Listen online, on mobile and on smart-speakers too.