We've Got Christmas All Wrapped Up

Radio Clatterbridge has got Christmas all wrapped up for listeners in the health park over the festive season.

A series of special programmes will be broadcast from December 24th right through until New Year's Day.

A mug of Christmas coffee 

The station's dedicated bunch of volunteers will be presenting a number of live programmes from studios in the hospital across the period.

Listen out for special editions of the Coffee Club each weekday morning with all of your favourite presenters.

Each hour, you can also hear some very special Christmas carols.

Patients, residents and staff can unwrap their presents listening to June Wood on Christmas morning, while Steve Lord and Becky Hardman will bring you the latest from the health park as they wait for the turkey to cook. 

Later in the week, Paul Johnston will unveil the most popular songs of the year in the annual Request Chart.

You can hear some fine folk in Gray Hawke's Acoustic Routes Christmas Special.

Interviews with Nik Kershaw, Tom O'Connor and a variety of other highlights from the last twelve months get another airing as Andy Bonner replays the best of the guests in Clatterbridge's Greatest Bits 2014.

Dave Adams presents a TV Themes and Trivia special on New Year's Day while Liz Morton has two hours of entertainment live from Studio One.

See the full programme details in our 7-Day Schedule.

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