I’m Ian Pinnell. I work in the NHS as a Healthcare Scientist Associate, specialising in Cardiac Rhythm Management. I volunteer for a national charity and you can hear me on the radio too.


I’m a Healthcare Scientist Associate (HSA) specialising in Cardiac Rhythm Management, where I help manage and maintain the Remote Monitoring service for patients with compatible devices.


I volunteer for a national charity as Communications Executive. The Hospital Broadcasting Association supports 170+ hospital, health and wellbeing radio stations across the UK and Northern Ireland. I also volunteer at Radio Cherwell, based in Oxford.

Party with Pinnell

I host three hours of Fresh Hits and Classic Anthems on Hospital Radio Lynn, every Saturday night from 9pm with #PartyWithPinnell. Available to patients of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn and online.

The Mix Radio Extra

Hear me every Sunday afternoon from 4pm on The Mix Radio Extra, the station that brings you Hits and Old Skool anthems, all day, everyday. I’ll bring you the latest in entertainment news and three hours of craziness, laughs and fun.

Thoughts & Musings

My thoughts on the world of healthcare; tech; transport and life.


The Apple Effect

Six months ago, I became the owner of a Google Pixel 3XL and was thrilled to be joining Team Pixel. In fact, I documented my initial thoughts on Android and


A unique role in Healthcare

In April 2019 I began a new job in Cardiac Physiology at my local hospital. So new in fact, it was the first time the department had this role in


Real Time Transport

Google Maps celebrated 15 years of mappage a couple of weeks ago and recently released a series of new updates, one of which I think will help connect members of


Fossil Watch Sport Review

It’s been a couple of weeks since I purchased the Fossil Watch Sport smartwatch which I would put down as the Android equivalent of the Apple Watch. My comparison will

Charity & Trustee

How Volunteering has Changed

I’ve been volunteering since 2006 and as we begin a new decade its clear to see the volunteer sector in the UK has changed, both in terms of the time


Buying new tech – what to look for.

I’ve brought quite a bit of new technology over the last couple of months as I move from one tech giant to another. The transition in terms of exporting contacts,

Get in touch

I’m happy to help and offer advice where I can on my interests, or even to just say hello!