Dream Team Goes Green? You could be forgiven for thinking Radio Clatterbridge's Magical Memories programme has gone all environmentally-friendly by saving a bit of electricity. But in fact this strange photo of John Roberts and his "dream team", taken in a dark Studio One last week, has more devious roots. Apparently John likes to present the request show with the...

Give Us A Wave! Radio Clatterbridge could be transmitting its programmes over the airwaves for the first time in its history by the end of the year. That was the bold assessment by new Chairman Steve Lord as he presented an update on plans to broadcast on AM (or Medium Wave) at the charity's Annual General Meeting last night. The move is still subject to...

Lording It Up Radio Clatterbridge will be lording it up over the next 12 months after Steve Lord was voted to become the charity's new chairman. The news comes after Dave Adams announced he was to step down from the role after two years. The vote took place at the station's Annual General Meeting this evening. Steve will join Programme Controller Paul Johnston...

Oh Yes She Is! Bethan Meredith is back on the boards for another Woolton Drama Group pantomime -Arabian Knights. After successfully conveying more emotion and character than was thought to be possible as a door-knocker in Mort, this time she is sharing her performance as Onion Bhaji who is a snivelling little creep to the Sultan. Though one of her performances...

Vicky Stanley Persistence has paid off for Radio Clatterbridge volunteer Vicky Stanley. The keen Saturday Crew member has been offered a place on the BBC's illustrious Journalism Trainee Scheme. Vicky has previously been on work experience at BBC Radio Merseyside and featured on North West Tonight when Morrissey stormed off stage at the Echo Arena. She will...

©Home Instead Radio Clatterbridge is pleased to announce a new sponsor for 2010. From this month, Home Instead Senior Care Wirral will be associated with our hourly Community News bulletins. The firm provides one-on-one, non medical assistance for daily activities that aren’t as easy as they used to be. Their services include personal care, meal preparation, l...

Robbie's Number One! Robbie Williams has proved he's still popular with listeners to Radio Clatterbridge after his song Angels was today unveiled as the most requested song of 2009. The annual chart saw Abba's Dancing Queen at 2, with My Way by Frank Sinatra at number 3. Last year's most wanted song, Time To Say Goodbye by Andrea Bocelli, slipped to 7. The chart was...

John Cheques In A simple idea turned into a £500 donation to Radio Clatterbridge this evening. Volunteers of the charity were asked at our EGM to suggest how we could increase our depleted funds. So when presenter John Roberts suggested speaking to the Unilever Port Sunlight Workplace Trust, Radio Clatterbridge chairman Dave Adams jumped at the chance. This...

There was an emergency of a different kind at Clatterbridge Hospital today. The singer from Liverpool band Soft Toy Emergency called the Radio Clatterbridge studios to speak about their new single, Critical. Coffee Club presenter Wayne Lowe asked what it was like to make the video (below) and how their MySpace page has recieved over half a...

Giving Christmas The X Factor Radio Clatterbridge listeners will discover if their Christmas really has the X Factor this year. Winner Joe McElderry is in the running to have the biggest selling single of 2009, but he has some tough competition. All will be revealed when Andy Bonner counts down The Year's Greatest Hits on New Year's Eve. The programme is part of the festive...

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