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York Hospital Ball

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Series 1: Andy McMillan, Michael Ingham, Chris Jones, Dave Flett

Series 2: Nigel Pepper, Richard Cresswell, Daniel Parslow

Lockdown Specials: Guy Mowbray, Gary Mills, John Bryne

Series 3: Dean Kiely, Richard Brodie, Jon Parkin, Jon McCarthy, Dan Simmonite

Series 4: Tony Canham, Iain Dunn, Scott Kerr, Adriano Moke

Series 5: David McGurk, Clayton Donaldson, Martin Foyle, Lee Bullock

Series 6: Martyn Woolford, Jason Walker, Russ Howarth, Paul Stancliffe, Gary Ford, Paul Barnes


York City fans wanting to find out more about the history of their beloved club can listen in to a regular podcast produced by York Hospital Radio. 

‘Hospital ball’ features interviews with former York City players and managers, and is presented by passionate York City fan and hospital radio commentator Dan Tait. 

Previous guests on the podcast include York City legends Jon Parkin, Dean Kiely, and Richard Cresswell, and BBC ‘Match of the Day’ commentator Guy Mowbray, who is from York. The podcast currently averages 400 listeners per episode and has totalled over 6,500 since launching last November. 

York Hospital Radio is a registered charity broadcasting to patients in The York Hospital 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and is run entirely by volunteers. Producing podcasts is a new venture for the radio station, and Dan Tait explains: “York Hospital Radio originally grew out of producing football commentaries from Bootham Crescent; football has been a central part of our output throughout our history, for nearly 60 years. Doing in-depth interviews with former York City stars seemed like a natural progression for us, and I am delighted that the podcasts are growing in popularity. 

The radio station is offering the chance to sponsor the podcast – any organisation interested in learning more about this sponsorship opportunity can email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The Hospital Ball podcast is available on spotify, apple and podbean, and also has over 400 followers on twitter. Find it at 


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Charity Status

York Hospital Radio is a registered charity. Number 1172587.
We rely on sponsorship, donations and fundraising.

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