You can now listen to Radio Clatterbridge online

Hear Radio Clatterbridge on your mobileRadio Clatterbridge is now available to anyone on the health park with a smart phone or tablet.

For the first time, the station is now broadcasting its exclusive programming on the internet - in addition to existing methods.

It means patients, staff, residents and visitors can hear our output around the clock wherever they are on Clatterbridge Health Park.

We can be found on the TuneIn app or by downloading our own new app for Apple and Android devices using the following links.

Download our app to your smartphone or tablet

Or you can listen to us using the TuneIn app.

*You may need to tell your phone to trust apps from Ons Interactive.

Desk workers or anyone with a computer in the health park can also listen via the link at the top of our website.

The station already broadcasts on 1386am (medium wave) and can also be found on the bedside televisions in The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre.

Headphones and a microphone


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