Shy And Retiring

Shy And Retiring Radio Clatterbridge stalwart Paul Stewart hanged up his headphones for the last time today - after more than 21 years at the station. The Golden Hour presenter hosted a rather low-key final programme, playing music from the last two and a bit decades. A college lecturer by day, Paul's expertise in media means he's spending most of his time helping run two local community radio stations and has decided he needs some time off air at the weekend! Everyone at Radio Clatterbridge wishes him well and thanks him for his committment to the station.

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