Listener John from Windsor Ward is the latest winner on Radio Clatterbridge. Dave Adams presented John with his prize after correctly guessing the Mystery Year with the Saturday Crew. The competition, which has been running for ten years, asks listeners to name the year after listening to songs, news, sport, television and film news from the time ...

Cruisin' presenter Andy Bonner is recovering after taking part in a nerve-wracking fundraiser for another local charity. Andy took part in a three hundred foot Giant Zip Slide for the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation. Members of the station joined in with the sponsorship and managed to raise sixty pounds towards the final total. ...

Hot on the heels of the successful coverage of the World Cup and Wimbledon, Radio Clatterbridge is to broadcast daily reports on the XVII Commonwealth Games. Based in the host region of the 2002 Manchester Games, the station will endeavour to keep listeners up to date with all the action. The Commonwealth Games Reports can be heard every evening...

Radio Clatterbridge has been successful in its application for a grant from the National Lottery's Community Fund. The announcement was made at this evening's General Members' Meeting in the hospital. The award, of nearly five thousand pounds, means that the station will purchase automation computers which will replace Radio Two as the sustain...

Alan Higgins, the presenter of Just Jazz, is hanging up his headphones for the coming months. A golf designer by trade, Alan is starting a new long-term project. However, Vic Charles will reinstate Jazz At The Bridge on Friday evenings. ...

Committee members have announced the amended date of this year's General Members' Meeting. The planned forum, featuring a demonstration by studio automation specialists P Squared, was postponed because of unforseen circumstances. The meeting, which is open to all members of Radio Clatterbridge, will now take place on the evening of Monday 22nd...

Following on from the success of the station's World Cup Reports, the Radio Clatterbridge team is now providing regular news from Wimbledon. Listeners can catch all the action from Centre Court and the other main games of the day. The service will continue for the duration of the tournament. ...

Today's planned meeting for all members of Radio Clatterbridge has had to be cancelled because of unforseen circumstances. The meeting (which was due to feature a demonstation of a computer playout system by manufacturers P-Squared) will, however, be rescheduled at a later date. Details will appear in this section. ...

The Mayor of Wirral has given her best wishes to the listeners of Radio Clatterbridge during a visit to the station as part of the Golden Jubilee celebrations. Cllr Patricia Williams made her first visit to the studios for an interview for one of Radio Clatterbridge's special commemorative programmes. She also revealed Wirral had more...

Listeners to Radio Clatterbridge can be sure that being in hospital doesn't mean they have to miss the World Cup. The station will be broadcasting special updates throughout the tournament. Those listeners who aren't interested in the World Cup shouldn't worry - each report lasts under two minutes, so they can be sure they are never far away from...