Vic Charles

  • Giving Christmas The X Factor Radio Clatterbridge listeners will discover if their Christmas really has the X Factor this year. Winner Joe McElderry is in the running to have the biggest selling single of 2009, but he has some tough competition. All will be revealed when Andy Bonner counts down The Year's Greatest Hits on New Year's Eve. The programme is part of the festive...

  • Senior SoundsSome of Radio Clatterbridge's more "senior" volunteers are taking to the airwaves again this year on Wirral's own radio station for the over 50s. Following its success in February, Vintage Radio is broadcasting again on 87.7 FM & through their website www.vintageradio.org.uk until 28th November. Run by and for the over 50s, the schedule is...

  • Sound With The PoundAs a youngster, he used to smuggle himself into German clubs to listen to the Merseybeat bands. Now Manfred Kuhlman has smuggled himself into Radio Clatterbridge to talk about his new book, Sound With The Pound. Described as the ultimate anthology of Mersey bands of the 60s, it has been a labour of love for the author. Manfred told Vic Charles how...

  • Vic Storms The Fort Radio Clatterbridge presenter Vic Charles stormed Fort Perch Rock today, when his band supported Merseybeat favourite and BBC Radio Merseyside presenter, Frankie Connor. The concert was one of The Merseybeat Story series of concerts at the popular Wirral venue. When he's not lending his dulcet tones to Friday's Clatterbridge Coffee Club, you can...

  • New Year, New Team The members of Radio Clatterbridge have voted in the new team who will guide the station through 2004. At today's Annual General Meeting, the Committee welcomed Ray O'Brien as Publicity Officer. He replaces Andy Bonner, who has held the position for the last two years. Chairman Vic Charles retains his position, as does Paul Johnston as Programme...

  • 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...