Dave Celebrates 20 Years

Dave Celebrates 20 Years Friends old and new joined Dave Adams today as he celebrated 20 years at Radio Clatterbridge. A former chairman of the charity, Dave first joined the station in 1990 to assist Dave Williams. Now after 14 years of the Saturday Crew, Dave has also decided to change the name of his programme. In The Mix will begin next weekend. Meanwhile, fellow presenter Vic Charles was also celebrating. The Jazz At The Bridge host has just marked 15 years at the station.
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