Bronglais FM 87.8


RB FM is a hospital radio station based at Bronglais Hospital in Aberystwyth. But it reaches out way beyond the wards and is popular with listeners across the area.

Established in 1970, it is run entirely by volunteers and offers a 24/7 mix of music and chat for the benefit primarily of hospital patients, visitors and staff but also for the local community.

Every Thursday morning, the Brunch Show between 10am and Noon features guests from the local church community. This is the schedule for the next few weeks:

Christ Church Aden - refugee children

June 22nd SION MEREDITH is Director of Welsh for Adults at Aber Uni and a former Tearfund volunteer. Now he helps out with a Syrian refuges project in the town




June 29th ROBERT WILKINSON is a scientist and lay preacher and a member of a historical re-enactment society




July 6th BEN & BETHAN WIGLEY are student/youth pastors at Aber’s vibrant St Mike’s parish church. Ministry to students is a particularly important part of the church’s mission



July 13th ROBIN MORRIS lives outside Aberystwyth. Until recently he was running an Outward Bound Centre there. For over 16 years he did missionary work in the Congo and has taught in the Aberystwyth academy for Christian Discipleship. He now serves a Curate in the Bro Mynach & Ystwyth Group of parishes in Devil’s Bridge, working with children and the elderly




July 20th LYNN REES is a former police officer and lifeboatman. Nowadays he divides his time between service as a curate in Llanbadarn Fawr and as Diocesan Safeguarding Support Officer



July 27th JENNY KIMBER is no stranger to radio. Her religious programmes for Radio Wales, Radio Stoke and in Lichfield have won multiple awards. Today, she’s on the other side of the mic to share her experiences then, and now as a curate in LAMPETER. She’s also tracing her family tree and has come up with some with some fascinating tales from her past