Christmas Stars Radio Clatterbridge is celebrating Christmas in style, and the stars have come out to help! Liverpool comedian Ken Dodd and New Zealand singer Hayley Westenra have been telling listeners about their festive plans and thoughts about the season. Hayley and Doddy, who is also the patron of Radio Clatterbridge, also both sent their best wishes to the...

A Special Day It's been a special day for listeners to Radio Clatterbridge. Presenter Wayne Lowe gave children from Claire House an early Christmas present when they enjoyed a special trip to the studios. And the station said goodbye to Gareth Martin today. After presenting Music Matters for a number of years, the hospital porter is hanging up his headphones. ...

Festive Line-Up Radio Clatterbridge revealed details of its Christmas programmes today, with a feast of festive favourites for those unlucky enough to be stuck in hospital over the holiday. Highlights include Mike Eveleigh's Billboard Classic Hits on Christmas Eve. The next morning Andy Bonner will be asking two celebrity santas what they're up to for the day....

Lennon's Legend People across the country heard John Lennon's first ever radio interview today, thanks to Radio Clatterbridge. The station's exclusive 1962 interview with the Beatles was broadcast on BBC Radio 2 this evening, to mark the 25th anniversary of the former Beatle's murder. Paul McCartney tells Radio Clatterbridge presenter Monty Lister that "John is...

A Bright Night Radio Clatterbridge tonight broadcast live from the St John's Hospice Light Up A Life service. Presenters Vicki Wood and Claire Lassman reported from the annual fundraising event. Thousands of people turned up to see hundreds of lightbulbs illuminated in memory of their loved ones. ...

At Her Own Request Radio Clatterbridge's longest serving request collector is retiring from the station. After more than ten years of ward visiting, Christine Fitzsimons has decided to stand down from the role. Christine also co-presented her final programme with the Saturday Crew today. We thank her for all her hard work over the years. ...

Shopping For Santa Older listeners to Radio Clatterbridge are being offered help with their Christmas shopping when they leave hospital. The station is promoting a free service where British Red Cross volunteers will carry bags or push wheelchairs. It is available for older people shopping in Birkenhead on any Thursday night before Christmas. Meanwhile, a new...

Charity Cheques In In Session presenter Dave Coroner helped present a cheque to the Clatterbridge Cancer Campaign yesterday. The Wirral band Daywalker, who recently appeared on Dave's programme, returned to the studios to hand over four hundred pounds to the charity. The money was raised through sponsorship and from CD sales. ...

Get Back Listeners to BBC Radio Four will be given the chance to get back to the Beatles first ever broadcast interview tonight, thanks to Radio Clatterbridge. Our world exclusive recording is included in a special edition of the Archive Hour, dedicated to hospital radio. The interview, recorded for us by Monty Lister in 1962, sees Paul McCartney...

Now Buy The T-Shirt You've heard the broadcasts, you've visited the website... now buy the t-shirt! From today, Radio Clatterbridge supporters can provide vital funds for the charity by purchasing official merchandise online. Visitors can buy everything from clothing to a station mug or mousepad. Go to our online shop to browse the items. ...