Angels Flying High Robbie Williams is still flying high with his song Angels looking set to make it a second year as the most requested song on Radio Clatterbridge. Figures out today show it has remained the most asked-for track by listeners to the station. The former Take That singer flew to the top of the Most Wanted Chart in 2005. But Frank Sinatra's My Way and...

And The Winner Is... Zoe Jones got the surprise of her life today, when she became the latest recipient of the Radio Clatterbridge Staff Achivement Award. The staff nurse from the Stroke Rehabilitation ward was given the accolade in a suprise swoop by local broadcaster Pete Price. Zoe was voted the favourite worker at Clatterbridge Hospital in 2005 by patients and...

Wayne Gets His Wish Radio Clatterbridge presenter Wayne Lowe has had his wish granted... He's been given a role at a local radio station! The Clatterbridge Coffee Club host is joining the team at 102.4 Wish FM. He'll spend his time promoting the station across Wigan and St Helens. ...

On Air To Care Members of Radio Clatterbridge took to the airwaves today... on another radio station! Presenter Steve Lord is hosting a series of programmes as part of a week-long broadcast by Bebington-based Carers FM. Hospital radio was the topic of conversation tonight, so he called on the expertise of Clatterbridge colleague Mike Eveleigh to liven up the...

Phil Reaches Shortlist Former Radio Clatterbridge presenter Phil Rodgers is in line for a top radio industry award. Despite a record number of entries, he's been shortlisted for the Arquiva Commercial Radio Awards 2006 for his role as Programme Controller at Chester's Dee 106.3. The ex-Saturday Crew member faces competition from Richard Maddock at Radio City in...

A Walk On The Wet Side Radio Clatterbridge volunteers put their best feet forward today to raise money for the charity. The seven plucky soles got soaked with rain as they battled through fifteen miles of mud, wet sand and marsh land to complete the annual Wirral Walk in just over five hours. But it was all well worth it. They managed to collect nearly five hundred...

Red And White All Over Radio Clatterbridge was with Liverpool Football Club all the way to FA Cup glory this week. The station was the first hospital broadcaster to air the team's official cup song, Ring Of Fire by the Back Room Boys, last Tuesday. Listeners also heard all the ups and downs of the exciting final live from our reporter at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium....

On The Right Wavelength? Radio Clatterbridge has made initial inquiries into the prospect of broadcasting to the hospital and surrounding hospices via medium wave. Presenter Steve Lord has conducted a feasibility study for volunteers at the station following worries about the future of the existing land-line system. Station bosses are encouraging opinions on the...

Walking Back... To Happiness Volunteers at Radio Clatterbridge will be re-tracing their footsteps next month, when they take part in another Wirral Walk. Saturday Crew members Dave Adams, Sarah Russell and Natalie Kelly will be among those being sponsored to take part in the annual 15 mile trek from Seacombe to Thurstaston. On the day, the station will broadcast live updates...

New Website For Old Station! One of the UK's oldest radio stations is celebrating its 55th birthday this week, with the introduction of a brand new website. radioclatterbridge.co.uk is now clearer, more up-to-date and easier to use. It's the biggest hospital radio website in the country, with hundreds of pages of news and information. Families and friends of listeners can...