Extra coffee for Christmas?

A Christmas tree Radio Clatterbridge has unveiled its festive line-up for 2010. As in previous years, the station will broadcast around-the-clock across Christmas and the New Year. Extra editions of the Clatterbridge Coffee Club will keep entertained those who are unfortunate enough to be stuck in hospital. June Wood and Ron Berkeley will be live in the studio on Christmas Day. Andy Bonner presents the Year's Greatest Hits on new Year's Eve and Paul Johnston will count down the most requested songs during 2010. Then, on New Year's Day Sarah, Nat, Bethan and Holly mix things up with the return of the Jingle Belles. Details of the full Christmas schedule can be found here.

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