A Little More Love

Radio Clatterbridge has launched an extra hour of love - every night!

Each evening, Vicki Wood plays the world's most romantic songs.

Vicki Wood

Now listeners will be able to hear 50% more beautiful ballads right into the early hours.

The programme is now on air from 10pm to 1am every day of the week.

"I really enjoy sharing my special selection of tunes with our listeners. The programme means I get to bed a little later, but it's worth it!" - Vicki Wood, presenter

The slushy show, which has been running on the station since 2003, plays ballads from the likes of Diana Ross and Al Green to Aretha Franklin and Elton John.

Learn more about presenter Vicki Wood here. 

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