Lighting Up Christmas

Last year's lights at Wirral Hospice St John's (Credit: John Bates)Radio Clatterbridge will be broadcasting some illuminating programmes this Christmas.

Amongst the highlights, listeners will be able to hear the Light Up A Life service from Wirral Hospice St John's.

The event will be broadcast on Christmas Day during Paul Johnston's Breakfast programme from 8am.

Di Gaskell, the newest recruit to our presenting team, will be live in the studio at 10am and Graham Johnson will be unwrapping some classical musical treats from midday.

As ever, The Queen's Speech will be broadcast to patients and staff at 3pm as part of Ron Berkeley's festive Afternoon Edition.

Phil Price makes a welcome return to the airwaves on Boxing Day with his Motown and Soul programme plus there are a whole host of other live Christmas specials for anyone in the Health Park over the holidays.

Dave Adams hosts his annual programme of TV Themes and Trivia on New Year's Day at 10am.

Listeners can also welcome in 2018 with a look back at our own highlights of the last twelve months and find out what the most requested song of the year was too.

The full programme schedule will become available on this website during December.


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