Dream Team Goes Green?

Dream Team Goes Green? You could be forgiven for thinking Radio Clatterbridge's Magical Memories programme has gone all environmentally-friendly by saving a bit of electricity. But in fact this strange photo of John Roberts and his "dream team", taken in a dark Studio One last week, has more devious roots. Apparently John likes to present the request show with the lights dimmed low. So request collector Richie Calvert brought in a miner's light to help him read his dedications. What Richie didn't know was that the rest of the team also had head torches. The result was probably the first Radio Clatterbridge programme to be produced by torch-light... and a swift promise to put the studio lights on properly in the future!

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