Thanks for taking an interest in joining Radio Law. Here are some of our Frequently Asked Questions.
Do I need to have any previous broadcasting experience?
The short answer is no. Whilst experience can be helpful, Hospital radio is very different to other radio stations.
Do I have to become a presenter?
No, you could join our ward visiting team. You will be responsible for raising awareness of Radio Law and collecting requests for our on-air presenters.
Are there any age limits?
Members must be over 18 years of age. There is no maximum age limit.
Will I have my own Show immediately?
Radio Law Members have to demonstrate a commitment to the station before they are trained to produce their own show. Activities may include assisting presenters, collecting requests, hospital ward visiting, and fundraising.
What are the commitments of a member?
Members need to support Radio Law in one of the ways mentioned above ( Presenting or ward visiting). We encourage all our members to take part in fundraising activities- including Outside Events and collections.
How quickly will I hear back from Radio Law?
You will hear back within 2 weeks from your initial contact to say we have received and are processing your application.
If you have any more questions or you require any other information, please contact our station secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I become a member?
Radio Law’s members are all volunteers. To become a member you need to do is fill in the form below. Also you can now download an application form here: