Fresh Start For Breakfast

Fresh Start For Breakfast Three new programmes hit the Radio Clatterbridge airwaves from today, giving mornings a fresh sound for listeners. Dave Williams will be first on every day with a new show called Light and Early from 5-7am on weekdays and 6-8am at the weekend. It will feature relaxing music plus a preview of what's ahead on the station during the day. Paul Johnston takes over the slot vacated by Dave on the weekday breakfast show. Join him from 7-10am each morning with the best music to wake up to, a look at what's happening locally in The Guide and some of the biggest hits from a featured artist in Five from One. And Paul Size makes a return to the station with weekend breakfast, every Saturday and Sunday from 8-10am. He will also be dipping into the newspapers and looking ahead to the day's sporting action. The schedule changes come ahead of the station getting an AM licence later this year, enabling it to be heard across the entire Clatterbridge Health Park for the first time.

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