Christmas Presence

Radio Clatterbridge has unveiled a raft of special programmes to keep listeners enterained over Christmas and through to 2014.

The station will continue broadcasting around the clock right up to and into the new year.

A Christmas Star (Credit: Jerry Cooke)

Listeners will already be enjoying a small hand-picked selection of festive tunes.

The fun continues on Christmas Eve, with a special Coffee Club with John Roberts at 10am, followed by Steve Evans' Christmas Eve Special at midday.

Unwrap your presents with June Wood who will be broadcasting from Studio One on Christmas morning with festive music and more.

Steve Lord is live from midday, finding out what's happening across the health park on the big day. You can hear the Queen's Speech during Andy Bonner's Afternoon Edition from 2pm.

Wirral Symphony Orchestra

Liam Phoenix joins the Coffee Club on Boxing Day, followed by a Christmas festival concert from the Wirral Symphony Orchestra.

At noon on New Years' Eve, Andy Bonner will be looking back at the most memorable moments from Radio Clatterbridge's broadcasts during 2013.

Then, at 4pm, Paul Johnston will reveal the 30 most-requested songs of 2013.

The Jingle Belles (AKA Natalie Kelly and Bethan Meredith) make their annual outing on New Year's Day at 2pm.

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