A Dubai Goodbye

A Dubai Goodbye Rachael Howarth is waving a Dubai goodbye to Radio Clatterbridge. The Tuesday Selection presenter began broadcasting four years ago after completing her Theatre Arts degree, and is now moving to a new job and new life at a radio station in the United Arab Emirates. Rachael will also be familiar to listeners of Radio City and Magic 1548 in Liverpool and Preston's Rock FM. Soon she begins a new full-time job as a presenter at new broadcaster Hi FM. Just before her last programme, Rachael told us "I feel privileged to have worked in so many different areas of Radio and most of all to have been a part the Radio Clatterbridge team. "So Radio Clatterbridge thank you for guiding me closer to knowing what I want to do and following my dreams."

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