Joe Heads For The Hills

Joe Heads For The Hills One of Radio Clatterbridge's Monday night presenters, Joe Pryzlucki, is heading for the hills after hanging up his headphones for the last time tonight. He is moving to the Lake District at the end of the week for work reasons. But Joe, who has presented the Monday Night Flashback for a number of years, is looking forward to relocating - he's also a keen walker and can't wait to tackle some of England's highest mountains. We wish him all the best.

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