Angels Flying High

Angels Flying High Robbie Williams is still flying high with his song Angels looking set to make it a second year as the most requested song on Radio Clatterbridge. Figures out today show it has remained the most asked-for track by listeners to the station. The former Take That singer flew to the top of the Most Wanted Chart in 2005. But Frank Sinatra's My Way and I Just Called To Say I Love You by Stevie Wonder are hot on Robbie's tail. Radio Clatterbridge has broadcast nearly 400 requests so far this year. The 2006 Most Wanted Chart will be revealed on air on New Year's Eve.

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