Chris Dickens, 45, resigned from Stoke Mandeville Hospital Radio after it handed out the magazine despite the Savile sex abuse scandal.
Mr Dickens said: “I’m just angry about the whole thing. I don’t feel we should be handing out these magazines. What is the reason for it?
“People are reading them in the hospital as we speak.
“If these things are true, he was an absolute monster.”
The self-titled radio magazine was produced prior to the scandal but pays tribute to Savile on one of its pages.
He is referred to by those who worked at the radio station and people who knew him as a ‘great man’.
The magazine was eventually removed on Tuesday but radio secretary Carol Jenkins was keen to stress it did not receive any complaints from staff or patients at the hospital.
“We didn’t in our wildest dreams ever mean to cause any offence. The reason I volunteer here is I absolutely love working for the staff and patients.”
The DJ took his concerns to the radio station committee but was told they would still be circulated which prompted him to resign with immediate effect, despite having spent seven years volunteering at the station.
“I’m thinking there’s no smoke without fire. There’s too many accusations for this to be fabricated,” he added.
“I cannot continue promoting a station that does this.”
Ms Jenkins paid tribute to Mr Dickens and said it was ‘sad’ to see him resign.
“He’s made a great contribution. He’s a man of great principle and it’s really sad he felt had to resign over this.”
Police have been given the names of doctors who are accused of being in league with Jimmy Savile.
One doctor allegedly ‘collaborated’ with the BBC star in selecting child patients to rape at Leeds General Infirmary.
Two others worked alongside him at Stoke Mandeville, the Buckinghamshire hospital where nurses warned children to ‘pretend to be asleep’ when Savile toured the wards.
Savile’s Highlands cottage at Glencoe has been vandalised, with the words ‘Jimmy the beast’ daubed in large black lettering on the walls and windows
Yesterday a child-abusing retired Stoke Mandeville consultant, Dr Michael Salmon, was in hiding after a woman reported him to police for allegedly groping her in 1982. The woman, now 42, told the Mail that Dr Salmon, who displayed a Jim’ll Fix It picture in his office, squeezed her breast while pretending to check her heartbeat to treat her migraines. She said: ‘I was only 12 but quite well endowed. I was so shocked.’
Eight years later, in 1990, the paediatrician was jailed for indecently assaulting three other girls, two aged 13 and one of 17. He served three years in prison and now lives in retirement with his wife Mary, 70, in a £750,000 cottage in the heart of the New Forest in Hampshire.
A woman told yesterday how she was raped by Savile at Stoke Mandeville where he wore a T-shirt that read: ‘Sex Instructor, first lesson free’.