Here are our most recent interviews and features so you can ... Listen Again!


Jon Andrews spoke to Guildford based voice over artist Posy Brewer, the voice of the self service till at Morrisons. She explains how she got the gig and talks about juggling family life and a demanding work load.

One of the things that's special about Hospital Radio is how it offers a unique service to the patients. Jon Andrews enjoys getting into the wards and collecting requests. Also hearing (and recording) memories and stories from patients who come from a wide range of backgrounds.

Jon recently went to a ward in St Peter's Hospital and was told by other patients that I had to chat to Nancy who had just turned 103. Born in 1914, Nancy has many tales to tell!

Right Said Fred... 26 years ago since the days of Deeply Dippy and I'm too Sexy.

Jon Andrews spoke to Richard Fairbrass about those early days, being kept from the top of the charts by green tights, and how did the band get it's name?

In the second part of our chat Richard gives his view on this, talks about Right Said Fred's rize to fame, and how he feels the band went on to loose their direction in the Wonderman era.

The final part of Jon's chat with Richard Fairbrass from Right Said Fred. Here Richard chats about how the group found its direction in the mid to late 90's, and looks ahead to being back on the road with the new tour.

Joanna Matthews and Susan Houston from Talk Surrey were the guests on the in bed with Alan Dolby breakfast show.

TALK is a charity that supports people with aphasia and their families in Surrey.

Listen to what these ladies had to say.


Robin Whitbread had a very special guest on Behind the Voice recently:

Ashford & St. Peter's hospitals' Chief Nurse, Heather Caudle.

Listen to Heather's fascinatting story from growing up in Trinidad to becoming Chief Nurse.

Alan Dolby recorded an interview with CNN's Vice President and chief editor Richard Griffiths.

Listen now to this fascinating personal insight to the man.


Come and meet the Chertsey Music Community.

Alan Dolby recently invited them in to our studio for a chat to find out exactly what they do.

Mandy Morrow talked to junior Bafta award winning actress and local girl Asheligh Saunders.

Ashleigh is only 12 years old and starred in Adam Tyler's film 'Refugee' to win the award.

Homewood Park

On the 12th November 2016, Alan Dolby got out of his cosy warm studio and ran the Homewood parkrun (next to St.Peter's Hospital) while interviewing in the rain Paul Sinton-Hewitt, the run director, organisers, volunteers and runners.
Listen to him while he runs the 5km course with his trusty mic and finds out what it is like to organise and volunteer at a parkrun