Money Money Money Radio Clatterbridge has started the new year on a high, after two organisations were kind enough to donate money to the station. The Halifax Bank of Scotland Foundation has given the broadcaster £250 to fund new studio equipment. Meanwhile, the BBC Radio Merseyside Charitable Trust has donated £450 towards the production of new publicity material...

Award Votes Close Nominations have now closed for the 2003 Staff Achievement Award. The accolade, which is organised by Radio Clatterbridge, aims to highlight high levels of patient care at Clatterbridge Hospital. Patients, friends and family are encouraged to vote for the worker who has gone out of their way most to provide extra help and attention. The winner...

Frankly The Best Frank Sinatra is top of the Radio Clatterbridge pops yet again. The Rat Pack crooner is the most requested artist on the station, according to figures released today. Sinatra also tops the 2003 Most Wanted singles chart, with his hit My Way. Robbie Williams' Angels is second, with Flying Without Wings by Westlife being the third most popular. The...

Going Nationwide Radio Clatterbridge went nationwide today for a special Christmas link-up with other hospital radio stations around the UK. Presenter Andy Bonner chatted to his counterparts at Kingstown Radio in Hull, Hospital Radio Basingstoke and Whipps Cross Hospital Radio in East London. Paul Johnston and Claire Lassman then gave some special Christmas...

Remembrance Day Radio Clatterbridge held the annual two minute silence today to remember those who have died at war. Vic Charles introduced coverage of the remembrance from the Cenotaph in central London during his programme, The Great Escape. The event follows the two minute silence which was held on Remembrance Sunday. ...

A Christmas Of Stars Radio Clatterbridge has today announced a star-studded line-up for its Christmas and New Year programmes. The station has always broadcast across the festive season, but this is the first year ever that the service will be available around the clock. A variety of special programmes will entertain those unlucky enough to be in hospital. Highlights...

Clatterbridgers Reunited Radio Clatterbridge volunteers old and new are set to meet up next month for a special reunion. Former presenter, Rachel Voller, is organising a get-together on Friday 30th January in Wirral. Anyone associated with the station since its inception fifty-two years ago is invited to attend. To find out more information, please e-mail the station...

One Of The Fourmost Ray O'Brien's special guest on today's Mersey Sounds was the Sixties rock 'n roller, Billy Hatton. Billy who was a founder member of the 60's top group The Fourmost talked to Ray about his experiences during the heady days of Mersey Beat. Managed by Brian Epstein and being in the same stable as The Beatles, Gerry & The Pacemakers, Cilla Black and...

Smoke Signals Radio Clatterbridge today launched an on-air campaign to help cut-out passive smoking around young children. The station will regularly broadcast an advertisement after a request from Wirral-based organisation, Health Links. The thirty-second item, which aims to highlight the dangers of parents smoking around their sons and daughters, will be...

Brookside Closed Merseyside's long-running TV soap, Brookside, comes to an end next week - and one of it's former stars came into Radio Clatterbridge this morning to mark its passing.Actress and comedienne Pauline Daniels played Maria Benson in the scouse show and shared her memories of the programme with Radio Clatterbridge presenter Ray O'Brien. Pauline, who...

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