Radio Royal

Radio Royal was formed in 1976 and commenced broadcasting in May 1977.

Initially based at the R.S.N.H. in Larbert, we have moved locations several times. Having spent our most recent years at Falkirk, broadcasting to both Falkirk and Stirling Royal Infirmaries, we have now returned 'home' and are based in state of the art studios in the new Forth Valley Royal Hospital in Larbert.

Staffed entirely by volunteers, Radio Royal now broadcasts via bedside television sets to patients and staff at FVRH, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our live service was suspended while we moved to our new home, but formally recommenced on October 22nd 2010, kicking off with a non-stop live 48 hour sponsored broadcast.


Radio Royal Annual General Meeting - Tuesday 16th February 2016

Radio Royal Chairman, Jim Prentice, will shortly be emailing all members advising of our Annual General Meeting, which takes place on Tuesday 16th February 2016 at 7pm in Room One at the Learning Centre, Forth Valley Royal Hospital. All members are reminded it is a condition of your membership that you attend this meeting. However, in the event that you are unable to be there, you must forward your apologies to Jim at The agenda will follow in due course.
Posted: 26 January 2016

Radio Royal Welcomes GKR Foodstore As A Sponsor

Radio Royal welcomes GKR Foodstore, 44 Morrison Drive, Hillpark in Bannockburn as a new sponsor. GKR Foodstore will be bringing you Disco Baby with James Russell and John McGuire every Wednesday from 8-10pm. Radio Royal would like to thank GKR Foodstore, part of the Nisa Family, for their support. Radio Royal would also like to thank the Stirling Observer for its coverage of this story.
Posted: 06 January 2016

Thank You from Radio Royal

Radio Royal would like to thank the members who took part in our Christmas Roadshow in Stirling last week. We would all like to thank the shopping public of Stirling who supported our efforts by filling our collecting cans with their spare change. Without your generosity and kindness, we would not be able to do what we do. Many thanks and Merry Christmas from Radio Royal.
Posted: 27 December 2015