Paul Johnston, Steve Evans and Mike Eveleigh collect the award (Credit: HBA)Radio Clatterbridge's success at the Hospital Broadcasting Awards made it in to the press.

We won a gold in Stoke-on-Trent for promoting our special day of programmes in tribute to our late patron, Sir Ken Dodd.

Monty ListerThe death of one of our founder members was reported in a number of broadcast industry publications.

Monty Lister, who is credited with securing the survival of Radio Clatterbridge during its early years in the 1950s, was well-known for recording the first radio interview with The Beatles.

The article in On Air magazineRadio Clatterbridge has been given the lead article in the latest issue of the industry publication for hospital radio.

Our recent celebrations to mark 70 years of the NHS at Clatterbridge Health Park was given top billing in On Air magazine.

St Mary's parish magazine

Worshippers at a Wirral church have been reading about our quest to sign up shoppers to help raise funds for Radio Clatterbridge.

The monthly magazine for the parish of St Mary's in Eastham featured a full-page article about the station.

 

The Gum Tips newsletterA globe-trotting cuddly koala has helped Radio Clatterbridge win a competition and become a talking point in Australia.

The toy, dubbed Barry, is a mascot of an animal hospital in Port Macquarie, New South Wales.

The article in the Wirral GlobeIan Grant and Helen Sestan's 20 hour takeover of the Radio Clatterbridge airwaves made headline news.

The marathon broadcast made it online and onto page 2 of the Wirral Globe.

John Crane's Liverpool Echo columnOne of our regular guests had some kind words to write about Radio Clatterbridge in the local press.

In his weekly column for the Liverpool Echo, Under The Hammer, auctioneer John Crane singing the praises of the station.

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