Live Awards Broadcast The 2003 Hospital Radio Awards were broadcast live on the internet this evening. Radio Clatterbridge was nominated in three categories but disappointingly did not get any medals. Better luck next year! ...

Honey, We Saved A Kid! Radio Clatterbridge tonight played its part in improving the well-being of a local school girl. Mandy from Wallasey is the subject of a new edition of the BBC TV programme Honey, We're Killing The Kids where parents are shown how to improve their children's health prospects. The 14 year old is interested in a career in media, so the programme's...

Award Ceremony Webcast It's been confirmed that this year's Hospital Radio Awards are to be broadcast live on the internet. Radio Clatterbridge has been nominated in three categories of this year's National Hospital Radio Awards. The webcast, from the Hospital Broadcasting Association's Spring Conference in Slough, can be heard at their website from 9.30pm on 29th...

Station Now On DigiGuide Radio Clatterbridge's schedules are now available for use with the interactive radio listings service, DigiGuide. Listeners can find the latest weekly schedule for the station at Media UK and import the data into their personal guide. Other station details are also available at Media UK. ...

Presenters To Take A Hike Volunteers at Radio Clatterbridge have announced they will be taking part in this year's Wirral Coastal Walk. They'll be covering the fifteen miles from Seacombe to Thurstaston to raise money for the station. The walk, organised by the Rotary Club of North Wirral, takes place in May ...

New Trio On Air Radio Clatterbridge welcomes three new presenters to its regular schedule this week. Denise Lannon take over Tuesday evening's request show, Melting Pot. After months of assisting Paul Johnston on the Saturday Sequence, Claire Lassman is going it alone. Her new programme, the Soul Selection begins tonight. And with Mark Lloyd beginning a new...

Award Nomination Radio Clatterbridge has been nominated in three categories of this year's National Hospital Radio Awards. The station has put forward The Beatles First Radio Interview: 40 Years On for the Special Event category. The Great Escape has been nominated for best on-air Programme Trailer and Radio Clatterbridge is hoping to win best Station...

A Calculated Victory The membership of Radio Clatterbridge today voted presenter Graham Johnson onto the Committee for 2003. Graham, who has just received an award for his long service to the station, volunteered to take up the role of Treasurer for the next twelve months. Vic Charles becomes Chairman. His role of Station Manager is taken over by Mark Lloyd. The...

140 Years Of Service Members of Radio Clatterbridge have been commended for their continued support to the charity. They were nominated to receive Wirral Long Service Medallions for Volunteering. Four members of the station have received gold awards for over ten years service, while five more were commended with platinum awards for more than twenty years of service...

Frank Top Of The Pack Frank Sinatra has been voted number one by listeners to Radio Clatterbridge. The singer was the most requested artist on the station in 2002 - four years after he died. His single, My Way, was also top of the chart of the most popular tunes. Fellow Rat-Packer Dean Martin's That's Amore was second. ...