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Requests

A Radio Clatterbridge listener

At Radio Clatterbridge, we play all types of music to cater for all tastes. But it’s your requests which have always been at the heart of our programmes.

Radio Clatterbridge broadcasts exclusively to patients, visitors and workers at Clatterbridge Health Park. Why? Because we can connect with our listeners in a way that no other station can. When was the last time you heard about Steve Wright sitting at a listener's bedside and asking what they wanted him to play on his show?

If you need inspiration about what music to ask for, check out our top 30 most requested songs last year (right) or listen out for Clatterbridge's Greatest Hits every weeknight at 5pm.


There are a number of programmes which play your requests, including:

Coffee Club - Weekdays, 10am

Live From The Bridge - Weeknights, 7pm

...plus programmes on Saturday and Sunday daytime

We play hundreds of songs for people each year. So if you're listening in the health park or you know someone at Clatterbridge, contact us using one of the ways above or just fill out the form below.

Please note: We can not broadcast mentions or requests for people outside Clatterbridge Health Park. We are a volunteer-based organisation so please allow at least 24 hours for your request to be arranged.


You can get in touch with us in any of these ways, or just fill in the form below and hit send!


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