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The Young Wey is back!

Our request show aimed just for the kids in St. Peter's is back, with hosts Katharine & Alys visiting the wards to get those requests, then playing them out every Tuesday between 2pm and 4pm.

Whatever your age, we'll play your song!

About Radio Wey

Broadcasting daily from our studios at St. Peter's Hospital, we have a variety of programmes to help make you feel good and informed, especially for the patients and staff at Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals, local care homes, and everyone seeking health and wellbeing in NW Surrey and Middlesex.
We're run entirely by volunteers with a passion for health and feel-good radio. Radio Wey has been broadcasting now for over fifty years supporting the local hospitals and those in need of healthcare and support in the community.

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Listen Again

One Hundreds Hats Challenge

Anita Reynell talks to Jule Harries about her interesting challenge raising monies for Surrey Young Carers and Alzheimer's Research UK.  If you wish to donate, go to and then search on "Jule's one hundred hats challenge" and then you can select which charity.

Healing Arts at Ashford and St. Peter’s

Find out more about the Healing Arts programme at Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals NHS Trust as well as the various projects which make up this initiative. Our Andy Brown catches up with Emily Malins, the Arts and Design Manager, and hears all about this scheme benefiting our patients, staff and visitors.

We meet the Trust’s new Chief Executive – Julie Smith

On her first visit to the Radio Wey studios, Julie Smith, the new Chief Executive for Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, spoke with Andy Brown about her career, her first impressions of the Trust, the way forward. There's also a special message for Team ASPH and Andy found out how she relaxes as well as her favourite music. (Picture copyright East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust)

Holme Farm Community Project

Joining Rob Day was his guest, Pippa Tucker-Brown from the Holme Farm Community Project. This new project in Woodham is being established to provide somewhere for people to go to get help. Find out more about it and how you can get involved.

Requests & Dedications

Monday's Schedule