Julia Franks

Julia Franks joins John Smeeton on Tuesday 20th February  between 1 and 3pm Julia plays classical guitar and entertains the patients at The Royal Free Hospital in the wards and also in the discharge area while patients wait to leave. We will also have the pleasure of listening to her play for us live on air

Race For Life 2018

Great news Dearblha Cormacain is coming in live this Tuesday 23rd January to talk to John Smeeton about The Race for Life 2018 which will be returning to Hampstead and Trent Park with the Pretty Muddy version as well. Will John need his wellies for this interview? Tune in to find out!!


Afternoon Delight 2nd January 2018

We at Royal Free Radio hope you had a great Christmas and wish you a Happy New Year, why not join John Smeeton (The Silver Fox) for his first live program of 2018 between 1pm to 3pm on Tuesday 2nd of January. John’s guest will be Juliet Kuo who works for The British Embassy in Beijing don’t miss a fascinating interview and some great music no more Christmas songs!

Welcome Royal Free Radio

We are pleased to announce that Radio Enfield has merged with the Royal Free Charity and we are now broadcasting as Royal Free Radio.

This is to reflect the wider audience we now have, serving not only Chase Farm Hospital but also the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead and North Middlesex Hospital in Edmonton. These three hospitals are part of the Royal Free family.

Be sure to give us a ‘like’ on our new Facebook page!  https://www.facebook.com/royalfreeradio

Radio Enfield has broadcast to various hospitals since it started on 24th May 1970 and we look forward to serving our expanded audience as part of the Royal Free Charity – keep watching for more details!

Enfield Arthritis Social Group

On Wednesday 25th October 1pm to 3pm join Jonny Steingold when he talks to Somerset King From The Enfield Arthritis Social group which meets on the first Wednesday of every month in the Art Town cafe in Enfield Town between 6pm and 8pm. The next meeting is on Wednesday 1st November. We welcome everyone that is affected by arthritis. It is a small, friendly group of ladies and gentlemen with a wide range of ages. Please get in touch if you would like to find out more information or share this with friends and family who you think may benefit from this group. Arthritis is an invisible disease that affects people’s lives in such different ways and the support this group provides in invaluable