Royal Free Radio
What's On Royal Free Radio
Royal Free Radio is on the air 24 hours a day 7 days a week. This page gives you our schedule of programmes for the whole week. Every day, apart from Saturday night, there is a Request programme for you to choose your own music. If you know someone in Chase Farm, North Mid or The Royal Free Hospital you can make a request for them by clicking here.

We hope you enjoy the wide mix of music and types of programme available. We hope that listening to us makes your stay in hospital a little brighter and passes the time quicker.

if you want to know more about the individual presenters you can click on the link to their Profile Page.
Requests
Royal Free Radio presents request shows from 8 until 10 pm Sunday through Friday. To send in your requests, click here.
Our Presenters
You can read what each presenter's favourite song or memory of Royal Free Radio is by viewing their presenter profile by clicking here.
Saturday's Schedule
12am
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Late Night Listening
Playing non-stop music to keep you relaxed through the night.
7am
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Weekend Breakfast
Joe's Profile
Joe Forster wakes you up this Saturday with quirky stories from the newspaper's cutting room floor. Tune in for a lively mix of music to help wake you up and get the day going or just relax and enjoy. It's the best way to start the day. Listen and enjoy this unique broadcast on Royal Free Radio from 7-10 am and keep Joe company or just dip in and out of the programme. We hope you enjoy what you hear on Royal Free Radio.
10am
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In The Drawing Room
Ken's Profile
Ken Anton presents a programme of music for listening and relaxation, mainly classical chamber music.
11am
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Sunny Side Of The Street
Ken's Profile
Ken Anton with an hour of the old favourites from the golden age of music. Mainly from the 1940s and 50s, but also older and newer too. Featuring the Crooners, the Swooners, Dance Bands, Easy Listening, Big Bands, Jazz and Swing.
12pm
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Join David Scarff and his collection of 78s from the early 1900s to the very last 78 pressed in the UK in 1960. Hear all the crackles, pops and even a needle jump on one 78 played!
1pm
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Join David Scarff for his show Showcase. Every week there's a different theme with a deeper delve into the record library. (Episode 1) The Answer to Everything (2)Before They Were Famous (3) Simply the Worst 45s (4) Gobbledygook (5) Someone Else's Hit (6) Those Radio Times (7) Mind Your Language (8)Black & White TV Show (9) It's Trad Dad (10) The Spin-Offs (11)Motown Hits & Rarities (12) Second Hand Songs (13) More of the Worst 45s
2pm
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The Mix
This is where we serve up Saturday afternoon's fusion with timeless music, spanning cherished Gold Classics to today's favourite tracks. Don't miss our INFODESK segment, which follows the news at the start of every hour, you'll get a quick, informative update on stories unfolding across town. Plus, stay tuned for captivating entertaining stories behind London Tube station names, Hospital news and Charity Affairs...…..
8pm
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Calm Down Dear
Pattrick's Profile
The show's title is a quote, stolen from Michael Winner: Film director and newspaper columnist, when he featured in a TV insurance advert. "Calm Down Dear it's a Commercial" it takes listeners back in time reliving some of the classic adverts, television and film themes from days gone by. Each week, we'll take you on a journey including adverts from brands and products long forgotten, TV and film themes , mini "drama" adverts and also some familiar jingles.....
9pm
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Elegant Affair
Pattrick's Profile
An Elegant Affair - dial back the tempo, get lost in the tranquil sounds of blues, soul and jazz with "An Elegant Affair".The show takes a relaxing journey where you can enjoy the elegant richness and beauty of music. We feature a selection of timeless tunes to get lost in. Where style and class meet, tune in this week to hear a soundscape of exquisite music......
10pm
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Late Night Listening
Playing non-stop music to keep you relaxed through the night.