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Late Night Love Songs has got a fresh image with a series of new jingles to help ease listeners into the early hours.
They replace the former jingles, some of which have been in use for more than a decade.
Listeners have heard calls for a better understanding of cancer in the workplace.
It comes as a new scheme tries to encourage businesses to support people returning to work after treatment.
Radio Clatterbridge has 'trumped' international events by installing a new leader - hours ahead of the US presidential inauguration.
Following their own democratic elections, members of the charity have chosen a new man at the station's helm.
Listeners to Radio Clatterbridge have heard how cancer patients will be able to track the progress of their treatment online.
The trial is being developed by Living With And Beyond Cancer, a two-year project based at Clatterbridge Health Park.
Radio Clatterbridge listeners have voted a Status Quo track their most wanted song of 2016.
The news was revealed just a week after the death of band frontman Rick Parfitt.
Radio Clatterbridge's patron Ken Dodd is to receive a knighthood, it has been announced.
The Knotty Ash comedian is recognised for services to entertainment and charity on the New Year's Honours list.
Radio Clatterbridge is stuffed with special treats for listeners this Christmas.
We've overhauled our schedules with a number of extraordinary programmes to entertain anyone stuck in the health park over the fesive season.
Radio Clatterbridge has broadcast the annual Light Up A Life service at Wirral Hospice St John's to those too ill to make it outside.
The switch-on, which is now in its 20th year, attracted more than 3,000 people to the health park.
Tributes have been paid to one of Radio Clatterbridge's longest-serving volunteers.
Paul Stewart died on Wednesday at Wirral Hospice St John's here in Clatterbridge.
Cancer patients at Clatterbridge have been learning how support is available to deal with the side-effects of radiotherapy.
In the latest in a series of interviews, presenter Steve Evans has discovered help is on hand for patients after treatment ends.