Afternoon Edition (Credit: Isabelle Adam)

Andy brings you the very best music and entertainment in Afternoon Edition. Have a chuckle to the Comic Cuts and the Bradshaws or sing along to more tunes from well-known local chart toppers.

Breakfast (Credit: Darwin Bell)

Join Paul for the best way to start your day, with the What's On Guide, another track from this week's Five From One featured artist and more unanswerable questions guaranteed to have you scratching your head.

Coffee Club

Brighten your day with topical chat and great music every weekday morning, including more from our Team of the Week.

Light And Early (Credit: CipherN)

The gentle way to start your day with the early news headlines and a look ahead to the rest of the day on Radio Clatterbridge.

In The Mix (Credit: risayv)

Mal Vaughan, Heather Smith, Alex Spencer, Kate Williams and Jess McManus join Dave Adams for two hours of your tunes and trivia.

Night Tracks (credit: Bob Familiar)

Whether you're working in the health park or just can't sleep, Night Tracks has great music and hourly news updates to while away the time.

Sunday Lunch (Credit: litherland)

A countdown of the latest American chart, plus two mystery years from both sides of the Atlantic in Midday Memories.

Our latest news...

  • Kevin Jay reveals secrets of hypnosis

    Chester hypnotist Kevin JayA magician from Chester has told Radio Clatterbridge how he's now being booked across the country after his hypnosis of a man went viral on YouTube. Kevin Jay had only been performing his act for about 18 months when the video of him hypnotising the Nantwich man was picked up and shared by internet media company Unilad.
  • First airplay of new song from The Jagz

    The Jagz in the studio with Mike EveleighRadio Clatterbridge has been showcasing some new talent on the Merseyside music scene. The Jagz are a Wirral based indie-psychedelic rock quintet.
  • Lego Clatterbricks to build new hospital

    A model hospital (Credit: The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre)Listeners are being urged to buy a Lego brick to help fund Liverpool's first dedicated cancer hospital. The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre is expanding into the city centre and to raise money for the move, they're also building a giant model replica of the building.