Dave Adams with Dave WilliamsTwo Radio Clatterbridge stalwarts celebrated key moments in the station's history at the weekend.

It was 39 years to the day since Dave Williams began broadcasting on the station. He was joined by his successor, mere stripling Dave Adams, who started on the same date in 1990!

Listeners Given The Elbow Wirral Acoustic Roots band Elbow Jane were special guests on In The Mix earlier. Radio Clatterbridge listeners were given an exclusive preview of their forthcoming album The Boldest Blood including the title track which was played live in the studio. It is about bravery in battle and the loss suffered by families and friends during times of war....

Playing Your Music At Radio Clatterbridge, we have always prided ourselves in playing the music that our listeners want to hear. Now we have taken this to a new level, by playing tracks actually composed by one of our listeners. Request collector Richie Calvert was on Mersey Ward when he got chatting to musician and writer Francis Wyatt. Francis has written a...

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...

Have A Seat Some special guests took a seat when they visited Radio Clatterbridge today - literally! We made an appeal to BBC Radio Merseyside's A-Team earlier this month for some new studio chairs. Offers of help came flooding in. Peter McMahon and daughter Elizabeth Molloy and Alex Cannon, his son Alex and mother-in-law Susan McGrath handed over their...

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