The radio is run entirely by volunteers who live all over the UK. Based at St John’s Seminary, Guildford, we plan to make and broadcast a wide range of enjoyable programmes to appeal to Catholics.
Our Mission is to celebrate our Catholic Faith - by broadcasting an internet radio station with a wide mix of interesting and original programmes, which showcase the creative talent within our Catholic community. More...
Your Radio Needs You
To expand our service, we urgently need volunteers with:
- experience in editing audio files
- internet-savvy people to help with the broadcast side
- experience in sound recording
- people who have the personality and motivation to make and produce their own programmes
- fund raisers and people to apply for grants/funds
We’re also looking to broadcast your school/church concerts, gigs, plays, etc – please contact us asap to have your material included in the schedule – it’s your Radio!
Lastly, we need donations urgently – to continue and expand we need money to cover the costs of upgrading our broadcast licence; essential equipment; overheads like phones, postage, rent and other essential services; and out-of-pocket expenses for our volunteers who are all unpaid and give their time freely to the HGUH team - without their hard-work and dedication the Radio could not function.
Please help by donating here - “every little helps”!
“A Thank You To Pope Benedict and “Welcome To Pope Francis” - UK Concert Tour June – July 2013
Gerry Coates Catholic Singer Songwriter and Poet is bringing a unique Catholic event to a Diocese near you.
Each evening Gerry’s six week tour of England Scotland and Wales presents “A Thank You To Pope Benedict” and “Welcome To Pope Francis” themed evening of entertainment showcasing at each event the musical, poetical and artistic talent of all ages found in our Catholic parishioners.
Parishioners will have an opportunity to write their own message of thanks to Pope Benedict and a welcome to Pope Francis in two separate books which will be sent to both Popes in Rome.
At venues everywhere, the concert is likely to be different every night and already almost half of the 35 plus concerts will be opened by a Mass for both Popes' intentions. Each night talented singers musicians and choir are most welcome to be part of the show - just contact Gerry on numbers below.
Each night will include a Catholic art exhibition produced in discussions with The Catholic Society of Artists and likely to include 300 plus works. If you are a Catholic artist and would like your work to be included contact Gerry at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or leave a message on 020 8974 6590.
In keeping with “Pope Francis a Church For The Poor” each night a collection for A Catholic Charity will be taken.