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what is Radio Grapevine?

Radio Grapevine is the hospital radio station for St John's Hospital, West Lothian, which provides a health and wellbeing entertainment. We are on air 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Radio Grapevine is a registered charity and run entirely by volunteers. We’re located within the hospital which means that we are very much part of the hospital community. Our dedicated programming offers something for everyone and includes a nightly request show, feature programmes ranging from classical to big band, rock to Scottish and even a show dedicated to relaxing and taking it easy.

You can listen via bedside units, online by clicking Listen Live or by using our very own Radio Grapevine app on your smart phone.



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get involved

Radio Grapevine recruits new volunteers at various times throughout the year to keep our service on-the-air.
If you would like to volunteer with us, please Register your Interest and we will be in contact as soon as any opportunities arise.


On Air Now

Listen Live
1am to 7am Nightlite
1:00AM - 7:00AM

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Are you currently in St John's Hospital, or do you know someone who is?

Send a request direct to our studio to hear your favourite song on the radio...

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Health And Wellbeing

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NHS Inform

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Providing a co-ordinated approach and a single source of quality assured health information for the public in Scotland.


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Coronavirus COVID-19

NHS LothianThe current Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation has meant that Radio Grapevine has had to adopt new ways of working to provide our dedicated, entertaining entertainment service to the patients of St John's and the wider West Lothian community.

We are currently unable to visit patients to collect requests/dedications and talk with our audience.

Our abilitiy to answer posted mail and phone messages is severely restricted and encourage anyone wishing to contact us to do so by e-mail through this website or on our social media channels.

We encourage anyone with questions about COVID-19 to make use of official guidance resources linked below and hope to be able to resume our normal service as soon as it is safe and practical to do so.

Latest information: NHS Inform

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Latest information: UK Government

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Latest information: Health Protection Scotland

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