Volunteering since July 1988
Breakaway was meant to be a temporary addition to the Sunday afternoon schedule but somehow Barry finds himself still producing it after eight years, and enjoying every minute. He is always on the lookout for original music for the programme and for prizes for the Connect Three competition. In any spare time, he likes to travel, photograph and make films.
Being part of a working radio station offers you a unique and rewarding experience, with no minimum commitment. We'll give you the training and support you need, and all we ask of you is that you give whatever time you can, whenever you can.
You also don't need to have any prior experience in broadcasting or charity work - just an eagerness to learn and an enthusiasm to get involved. It may be a cliché, but it's true of volunteering at HRB: the more you put into it, the more you get out of it!
You can get involved in many different areas of our association. As long as you're aged 18 or over, are willing and able to subscribe to Friends of HRB (which means donating £2 per month), and agree to undergo a DBS check (which we organise for you free of charge), we'd love to hear from you!Find out more
We raise funds in many different ways and means: we welcome donations at our many local events, we regularly organise raffles, and we host fundraising events such as our annual Quiz Night, hosted by Alan Dedicoat.
At the core of all of this activity, we run a regular-donation fundraising scheme. It's called Friends of HRB, and we would love you to join.
Just £2 per month will make a huge difference to our charity; allowing us to continually improve the service we offer to patients in our local hospitals, as well as their friends and relatives in the local community.Support
Hospital Radio Bedside
Royal Bournemouth Hospital
Castle Lane East