Volunteering with Kirkcaldy’s Hospital Radio Station can be a richly rewarding experience, as well as a valuable source of training if you want to make a career in radio. We are a “real” radio station, and are bound by the same rules and regulations as any other – so this provides an excellent environment to learn in.
Many of our past presenters have gone on to become full-time presenters on commercial radio.
As well as presenters, we also look for people who would like to visit the wards, talking to patients and collecting requests. You may also be interested in joining our technical team.
Our application process involves a short series of introductory modules, allowing you to fully understand the work we do. You can then choose to specialise in a particular field – such as programme presenting, or ward visiting. Full training is offered.
We have certain minimum membership criteria – all members must be over 16 years of age, and able to give at least an hour a week of their time.
There is an annual membership fee of £20 (£15 for unwaged members). This is payable once you become a full member.
If you have any questions, please get in contact.