Radio Clatterbridge has a new way to start off the weekend. From tonight, the newest addition to the team, Wayne Lowe, will be tripping the light fantastic in his programme Friday Night Fever. But Wayne is no stranger to radio, he already presents a programme at Liverpool student station Shout FM. ...

Radio Clatterbridge decided to go off air for twenty four hours following the news of the death of the Queen Mother. Paul Johnston made the announcement shortly before six o'clock before handing over to BBC Radio Two. The station continued to reflect the mood of the nation when it returned on air on Easter Monday. ...

Bikers returned to Clatterbridge Hospital for another Easter Egg Run today, and Radio Clatterbridge was there to great them. Hoards of riders made the trip to the hospital from New Brighton to present chocolate eggs for local sick children in time for Easter. Presenter Paul Johnston spoke to, among other people, the Mayor of Wirral (Cllr. John...

TV Weatherman Fred Talbot has confirmed he will be the special guest at the third Clatterbridge Hospital Staff Achievement Award. Fred will surprise the winning worker with the accolade on Thursday morning. ...

The winner of the 2001 Radio Clatterbridge Staff Achievement Award has been announced. Jan Griffin, who worked on Buckingham Ward for ten years, has been voted the favourite hospital worker by patients. She wins a meal at a top restaurant, flowers and a special certificate courtesy of Radio Clatterbridge. ...

Radio Clatterbridge launched a new hourly on-air feature specifically just for the staff at Clatterbridge Hospital. Listeners can hear various workers choose their favourite tunes in the Staff Selection. The songs are played at quarter past the hour each Saturday and Sunday. ...

Radio Clatterbridge entered this year's Hospital Radio Awards. The station entered a 15-minute documentary about the station, highlights of the 50th birthday weekend and Lee Tomlinson's Movie Blues trailer. Results will be announced in Glasgow at the start of May. ...

Radio Clatterbridge's new website officially went on-line at two minutes past two this morning. Featuring fifty pages of news and information about the fifty year old hospital radio station, bosses have described the development as an important way of publicising the charity's work. Plans are already underway to expand the service in the near...

Mymerseyside.org today reported: "A Mersey Champion is aiming to bring a little more cheer into the lives of hundreds of hospital patients and staff. Andy Bonner, one of the presenters of Radio Clatterbridge, is about to realise one of his dreams - to bring the era of hospital radio into the 21st century, with the introduction of a new website....

Radio Clatterbridge's committee for 2002 was voted in by the membership of the station at the Annual General Meeting. Members heard how successful the last twelve months has been for Radio Clatterbridge, with reports about the new building and the 50th birthday celebrations. ...