Co-presenters Dave Harvey and Liz Morton in the refurbished studio

Radio Clatterbridge is set to expand as a project to refurbish Radio Clatterbridge's main broadcast studio has been completed.

It's the first phase of a scheme which will eventually see the entire station overhauled and enlarged thanks to the hard work of a team of volunteers.

New For November The nights may be drawing in, but Radio Clatterbridge is ensuring there's plenty to keep you entertained this November. The station has announced three new programmes to keep our listeners company. Singer Dave Robinson turns his vocal talents to conversation as he joins the Clatterbridge Coffee Club on Thursday mornings. Paul Johnston has...

Dave Takes His Seat Dave Adams has taken his seat as the new chairman of Radio Clatterbridge. The Saturday Crew host was voted in at the charity's Annual General Meeting tonight. He takes over from Mike Eveleigh who received a vote of thanks for his hard work over the last few years. Dave will be assisted by Coffee Club presenter Ian Grant in fundraising for the...

Reaching The Audience Radio Clatterbridge has written to the Chief Executive of the Wirral Hospital NHS Trust to clarify how the station can work with the Trust to improve the broadcasting system at Clatterbridge. Chairman Mike Eveleigh has also asked Len Richards to commission an examination of the system, which has reception strength which varies from ward to ward....

Sundays Go Stateside Radio Clatterbridge goes Stateside this weekend! Presenter Mike Eveleigh is turning the airwaves American with a brand new programme for Sunday mornings. America's Greatest Hits features the biggest tunes from the US album and singles chart. Mike's Good Time Oldies programme moves to Saturdays at 4pm, featuring hits from the '60s and '70s. ...

No Change At The Top There was no change at the top when members of Radio Clatterbridge voted in their new executive committee for 2007. The existing team of Mike Eveleigh (Chairman), Paul Johnston (Programme Controller) and Sarah Russell (Treasurer) were unanimously nominated to run the station for another year. Volunteers met for the Annual General Meeting this...

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