Radio Clatterbridge has announced an agreement with a local digital imaging service to produce a set of new posters promoting the station. C3 Imaging has sponsored the production of nearly forty posters, which tease Radio Clatterbridge's varied weekly programmes. The finished products will be displayed around the hospital from next month. ...

Another two bank holidays await and, as ever, Radio Clatterbridge has a special selection of programmes for those unlucky enough to remain in hospital over the extended weekend. To coincide with the Queen's Golden Jubilee celebrations, the station is airing eight special programmes to commemorate Her Majesty's reign. ...

Members of Radio Clatterbridge are celebrating, after scooping a runner-up prize in this year's Hospital Radio Awards. The station entered highlights of the 50th birthday weekend in the Special Event category. The results were announced at the HBA's Spring Conference in Glasgow. ...

Programme Controller Paul Johnston has unveiled the line-up for the forthcoming May Day Bank Holiday. Radio Clatterbridge will broadcast an extended eight-hour schedule for the day. Presenters Paul Size, Neil Jackson, Gareth Martin and Mark Lloyd will present a range of music from easy listening and big band to indie. ...

The figures are in for Radio Clatterbridge's Most Wanted of 2002 so far. Nearly five hundred requests were broadcasts over the first three months of the year, and Frank Sinatra came out as the most popular singer amongst listeners. Click here to see this year's charts in full. ...

Radio Clatterbridge has a brand new sound, thanks to the dulcet tones of broadcaster Claire Anderson. Claire has recorded a brand new set of jingles for the station to replace the ones created to celebrate Radio Clatterbidge's 50th Anniversary. The Jazz FM presenter is one of a number of voice-over artists who keep the station sounding fresh and...

Radio Clatterbridge volunteers will get a hands-on experience of an automated play-out system at this year's General Meeting. A representative from manufacturer will give a demonstration of a computer system which could lead to the station broadcasting around the clock. The meeting will now take place a week later than scheduled, on Sunday 16th...

Radio Clatterbridge's fifty-first birthday was a low-key affair. The planned celebrations were cancelled in respect for The Queen Mother, whose funeral took place on the same day. A two-minute silence was broadcast by presenter Vic Charles at 11.30 as the cortege arrived at Westminster Abbey. Later that day, Paul Johnston marked the station's...

Radio Clatterbridge has a new way to start off the weekend. From tonight, the newest addition to the team, Wayne Lowe, will be tripping the light fantastic in his programme Friday Night Fever. But Wayne is no stranger to radio, he already presents a programme at Liverpool student station Shout FM. ...

Radio Clatterbridge decided to go off air for twenty four hours following the news of the death of the Queen Mother. Paul Johnston made the announcement shortly before six o'clock before handing over to BBC Radio Two. The station continued to reflect the mood of the nation when it returned on air on Easter Monday. ...