Bedrock Radio


Ways To Listen

Wherever you are you can listen to Your Healthy Music Mix.


To listen online, press the Listen Live button at the top of the page to open the webplayer. From the player menu you can choose between 
Bedrock Radio and Bedrock Radio Goodmayes 

Smart Speakers

We can be found on most WiFi Radios & Smart Speakers via MyTuner or TuneIn Radio Apps.

You may need to enable the skills for one of the above services, to start listening say one of the following commands: 

“Alexa, Play Bedrock Radio”
“OK Google, Play Bedrock Radio”
“Hay Siri, Play Radio Station, Bedrock Radio” 


Sonos: Select ‘Radio by Tune In‘, use the search bar (top right) and search ‘Bedrock Radio double click on the Bedrock Radio station you want and we’ll start playing. 
You can then save us as a favourite station to get listening quickly. 


Download the Bedrock Radio mobile app for FREE from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store

In app, you can change from Bedrock Radio, Bedrock Radio Goodmayes and Bedrock Gold from the main menu. 

In app you can see current  News, Weather, Travel or listen to our Podcasts.

Download iOS app iPhone / iPad App 

Download Android App phone / tablet

Other Smartphones:

Download either the MyTuner or TuneIn Radio Apps to listen, or listen via the website.

Queen’s Hospital 
& King George Hosptial (BHRUT)

Patients and staff should connect their devices to the free NHS-WiFi.

Download the Bedrock Radio App for Apple & Android devices, launch the app to to listen to Bedrock Radio or Bedrock Gold using the Free NHS-WiFi.

At Queen’s Hospital:
Bedrock Radio
can also be heard in the Restaurant & around the Hospital on some Information Screens.

Radio Tablets Trial

Patients in the MRU ward at Queen’s Hospital will be able to listen to Bedrock Radio (From June 2019).
The Radio Mobile Tablets are shared between patients, our devices load the Bedrock Radio App.

Goodmayes Hospital 
& NELFT Sites

Patients at Goodmayes can hear
Bedrock Radio Goodmayes via speakers in communal areas, such as dining rooms and lounges (wards do vary).

Staff can also listen via the speakers in the Staff Bases where available. 

Alternatively download the Free Bedrock Radio App for Apple & Android devices to listen to Bedrock Radio, Bedrock Radio Goodmayes and Bedrock Gold using the Free NHS-WiFi.

At selected times our Goodmayes fees will broadcast different programmes to the normal Bedrock Radio feed, check the Schedule

Local NHS Clinics / CCGs & GP Practice 

Wherever NHS-WiFi is avalible.

Patients and staff should connect their devices to the free NHS-WiFi.

 Download the Bedrock Radio Mobile App from Apple & Android app stores.

In app, you can change from Bedrock Radio, Bedrock Radio Goodmayes and Bedrock Gold from the main menu. 

You can listen using the Free NHS-WiFi.

About NHS WiFi
If you have any difficulty setting up your device, please contact WiFiSPARK.
NHS staff & Bedrock Radio Volunteers are unable to support you with setting up your devices.

Listen again to interviews and more!

Listen Again to a Bedrock Radio Podcast. We feature our most recent interviews, studio guests and specialist events – Subscribe to Podcasts.​

Listening to Bedrock Radio via Mobile & WiFi.


A good quality 3G / 4G / 5G/ WiFi signal is recommended for the best listening experience.
A poor mobile signal, or services less than two bars of 3G (GRPS / EDGE) may result in loading problems on the app, and you may not be able to connect to the live streams.

Using your mobile phone to listen to the radio uses data capacity, if you exceed your data allowance, your operator may charge you for each extra MB used, you can check your data allowances with your mobile operator.

You can use your own WiFi (or other unlimited WiFi services) for as long as you like, this does not affect your mobile phone data allowance.
When listening on WiFi, we reccomend a minimum connection speed of 2Mpbs some connections are subject to fair use policy, check with your provider. 

If you have having ongoing loading problems using our App please let the developers know at AudioSpace.