Robbie Ousts Frank

Robbie Ousts Frank Robbie Williams has ousted Frank Sinatra in the battle for the most requested song on Radio Clatterbridge. More people asked for Angels by the former Take That singer in 2005 than any other tune. It topples Sinatra's My Way, which had reigned supreme for the last three years. However the Rat Packer holds on to the top spot in the list of most requested artists. Details of the rest of the charts can be found here.

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