Happy: Pharrell WilliamsListeners of Radio Clatterbridge have voted the Pharrell Williams song Happy their favourite tune of 2014.

The chart-topper was revealed as presenter Paul Johnston counted down the most requested songs of the last 12 months.

Bradley JohnsonHe may have failed to win the X Factor but Merseyside teenager Bradley Johnson has proved he can bounce back.

The singer popped in to the Radio Clatterbridge studios today to promote his debut single Boomerang.

Joining The JohnstonsPresenter and Programme Controller Paul Johnston got married today, and ensured he was joined by a number of his friends from Radio Clatterbridge for the happy occasion. Paul married Cath Dufton at Liverpool Town Hall this afternoon, with fellow presenter Andy Bonner his Best Man. Two other on air colleagues, Paul Size and Neil Jackson, were...

Paul's 15 Years Our very own Programme Controller celebrated 15 years at the station. Paul Johnston was previously involved in Scunthorpe Hospital Broadcasting, a radio station at Doncaster and MFM. Chairman Steve Lord and Treasurer Dave Adams ambushed him at the studio today. Steve thanked him for his ongoing contribution to the station, reminded him of his...

A Right Royal Do Staff and patients holding a street party to mark the Royal wedding featured on a special programme to mark the marriage of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Presenter Paul Johnston visited Stroke Rehab where they were preparing to celebrate Prince William and Kate Middleton's big day. The interviews were broadcast on a special edition of the...

Fresh Start For Breakfast Three new programmes hit the Radio Clatterbridge airwaves from today, giving mornings a fresh sound for listeners. Dave Williams will be first on every day with a new show called Light and Early from 5-7am on weekdays and 6-8am at the weekend. It will feature relaxing music plus a preview of what's ahead on the station during the day. Paul...

Abba Listeners to Radio Clatterbridge found out that Abba's Dancing Queen was their most requested song of 2010 - 34 years after it first became a hit. The Swedish quartet top the request chart pushing Robbie Williams' Angels into second place. Ward visitors collected nearly 700 requests over the last twelve months. Paul Johnston today presented a...