A Christmas Of Stars

A Christmas Of Stars Radio Clatterbridge has today announced a star-studded line-up for its Christmas and New Year programmes. The station has always broadcast across the festive season, but this is the first year ever that the service will be available around the clock. A variety of special programmes will entertain those unlucky enough to be in hospital. Highlights include four special biographies about some of music's greatest men, an exclusive interview with country singer Charlie Landsborough and three brand-new plays recorded especially for hospital radio. It will also be revealed whether Frank Sinatra has been able to hold onto the top spot in the 2003 Request Chart.

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