Radio West Fife
Radio West Fife is the current hospital radio service broadcasting to Queen Margaret Hospital. They are known to offer requests to hospital patients and provide live commentary from Dunfermline Athletic Football matches. The hospital radio is based in Queen Margaret Hospital - in the old Nurse's bank office near to Ward 8.
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