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Radio Clatterbridge has made a surprise visit to mark the retirement of one of the health park's most popular characters. As commissionaire of The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, Ted Dillon has become one of the most recognisable people to staff, patients and visitors.
A Merseyside student, who mistook cancer symptoms as a sign of pregnancy, has praised staff at Clatterbridge for looking after her and given her support to other young patients. Becky Brothwood hit the headlines around the country after revealing the hormones in her body made a pregnancy test wrongly return a positive result.
When Sasha Mathias started working at Maggie's Centres this week, little did she know one of her first duties would be to go live on the radio! The fundraiser joined new colleague Steph de Jonge in the studio to talk about the work of the Clatterbridge-based charity.
You always know when you're listening to Radio Clatterbridge.
That's because the station plays what the listener wants to hear. He or she can tune in at certain times to hear specific items of interest.
Keeping our listeners informed about the outside world is a key part of our programming.
Every hour around the clock, you can hear the latest headlines from Sky News. In fact, here's the latest bulletin...
We know the weather is important to our listeners too - whether they're able to get out or not.
That's why you’ll also get a local forecast at least three times a day.
Sport is a big part of life on Merseyside so at Radio Clatterbridge we don't shy away from keeping our listeners up-to-date with the action.
On weekends and match-nights, we broadcast regular football updates.
If Liverpool, Everton or Tranmere are playing you can hear the latest goal news on Radio Clatterbridge.
We also provide match commentaries to selected games courtsey of the Hospital Radios' Football Network.
At quarter past every hour, listen out for the Radio Clatterbridge Community News (sponsored by Home Instead Senior Care).
Patients and staff get a chance to find out what's on offer to them in and around the hospital.
If you know a charity or local group which would benefit from being featured on the bulletins, please get in touch.
For more information about organisations currently included, please click on one of the following links:
- Chapel Of The Holy Spirit
- Claire House
- Clatterbridge Cancer Charity
- Hospital Drivers
- League of Friends
- Wirral Hospice St John's
- Wirral University Teaching Hospital
- Wirral 3Ls
We have extensive top-level meetings to decide which famous album will be played on Radio Clatterbridge throughout the week.
Every weekday, our presenters pick their favourite tracks from our chosen release.
The albums may change but every selection is a hit.
Every weekday at eleven o'clock, it's time to put the workers in charge of the music.
Staff around the health park get the chance to choose two songs for our listeners.
Listen out for the Coffee Break at 11 during the next Coffee Club.
It's an old one but a good one.
Every weekday morning in the Coffee Club we're testing your musical knowledge with another mystery hit.
Listen out to see if you can solve the riddle every Monday to Friday from 10am.
It could be the domestics in the hospital, the nurses in the Cancer Centre or the fundraisers at Claire House.
We give the whole team a mention throughout the week.
It's our way of saying thank you for their efforts in the health park.
Every weekday evening in Live From The Bridge we test your celebrity knowledge to see if you can guess the name of our virtual guest.
Listen out from 7pm for the clues and see if you can work out the well-known personality.