Phil Reaches Shortlist

Phil Reaches Shortlist Former Radio Clatterbridge presenter Phil Rodgers is in line for a top radio industry award. Despite a record number of entries, he's been shortlisted for the Arquiva Commercial Radio Awards 2006 for his role as Programme Controller at Chester's Dee 106.3. The ex-Saturday Crew member faces competition from Richard Maddock at Radio City in Liverpool and Mark Browning from Heart 106.2 (London). Phil joined Radio Clatterbridge in 1991 and has worked for stations including Radio City, Magic 1548 and MFM. Read more about Phil here.

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