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In 1967, requests began to be collected from Mount Gould Hospital by the Plymouth Lions Club, forming the basis of the first weekly music programme, Disc Date.
On 2 October 1969, the station secured its first permanent premises on the Barbican and was officially opened as Hospital Radio Plymouth by Alderman George Creber, the then Lord Mayor.
Hospital Radio Plymouth is a hospital radio station based in Plymouth, England.
It provides entertainment to the patients of Derriford Hospital and The Royal Eye Infirmary, broadcasting via Hospedia and on 87.7fm.
At the 2008 Hospital Broadcasting Association awards, station volunteer Connal Cather received the John Whitney Lifetime Achievement Award for his service to the station since 1970.
The station received the gold award as Station of the Year.
This consists of a mix of specialist music programmes; request shows live from the hospital wards; news programmes; speech based shows; classic comedy and sport.
Josh Andrews was named HBA Volunteer of the Year, Josie Scobling received the silver award for Best Speech Package, Isobel King received a Highly Commended Award for Best Female Presenter and Josh Andrews was commended for Best Newcomer.
The station won a Silver Award in the Station of the Year category.
At the 2012 Hospital Broadcasting Association awards, Hospital Radio Plymouth Won the Station of the year for the 3rd Time, Sophie Nevile took Silver in best Female presenter of the year.
Hospital Radio Plymouth also made history with their award win.
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