Cuddly Clatterbridge Radio Clatterbridge put smiles on the faces of the youngsters at Claire House after paying them a new year's visit. The Clatterbridge-based hospice cares for local children and young adults aged up to the age of 23 with life-threatening or life-limiting conditions. Winnie The Pooh, Eeyore and Tigger will surely help the youngsters join in with...

Katie's Number One Katie Melua has made a remarkable comeback to Radio Clatterbridge's annual Most Wanted chart - twelve months after disappearing from the list altogether. The 23 year old singer's hit The Closest Thing To Crazy has been requested more than any other song in the last twelve months. The track made the Top 30 in 2004 and 2005 but then vanished from...

Ian's Out Of This World When Radio Clatterbridge daytime presenter Ian Grant was set a challenge to meet a promotional target at work to earn some hard cash for the charity of his choice, it was an offer he couldn't refuse. Ian, who works for ASDA in Arrowe Park, was promised two hundred pounds if he reached his goal. But, not one to be outbeaten, Ian challenged the...

New Selection For Christmas There's a new selection box for Radio Clatterbridge this Christmas. Rachael Howarth has handed over the reigns of the Tuesday Selection to newcomer Claire Vaughan. Claire, who hails from Northern Ireland, has been assisting Rachael with the programme for the last few weeks. ...

A Dubai Goodbye Rachael Howarth is waving a Dubai goodbye to Radio Clatterbridge. The Tuesday Selection presenter began broadcasting four years ago after completing her Theatre Arts degree, and is now moving to a new job and new life at a radio station in the United Arab Emirates. Rachael will also be familiar to listeners of Radio City and Magic 1548 in...

Full Marks Former Radio Clatterbridge volunteer Mark Bowness has won five thousand pounds from Dragon's Den regular Peter Jones for an entrepreneurial idea to help disadvantaged youngsters. The 28 year old also impressed Sir Alan Sugar's winner of the Apprentice, Tim Campbell, at the Make Your Mark competition in London with his plan to create the Liverpool...

Battle And Victory Danni Richards has proved that size isn't everything, after conducting an interview with up-coming music star Nancy Elizabeth. Instead of using a portable MiniDisc, the Wednesday Review presenter ended up recording the chat on the singer's own (slightly larger) Fostex VF80 Digital 8 Track machine. Danni says the quality was far superior to the...

Beryl Rings The Changes She was in her early 20s when she joined Clatterbridge Hospital as a telephonist. Now its time for Beryl Gelens to ring the changes as she retires from her job. Radio Clatterbridge volunteers were on hand to present Beryl, now Telecommunications Manager, with a card and flowers as colleagues threw her a party. Beryl has given much help and...

Lindsey Joins The Club Radio Clatterbridge presenter Lindsey Smith is joining the Clatterbridge Coffee Club from today. Lindsey takes over the reigns of the Monday mid-morning programme from Elaine Leaning. She'll be broadcasting live each week from 10am, in addition to her Saturday Afternoon programme, Lunchtime Live. Meanwhile, after ten years, Dave Harvey has closed...

Turning The Tables Radio Clatterbridge turned the tables on one of its founder members today. Don Farmer was one of the original boys to bring records into the hospital to play to patients. The service eventually became Radio Clatterbridge. Now Don is a patient himself, but we sparked a few memories when we took him a scrap-book of the Port Sunlight Boys Club. Don...