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When Sasha Mathias started working at Maggie's Centres this week, little did she know one of her first duties would be to go live on the radio! The fundraiser joined new colleague Steph de Jonge in the studio to talk about the work of the Clatterbridge-based charity.
Cancer patients at Clatterbridge have been learning how support is available to deal with the side-effects of radiotherapy.
In the latest in a series of interviews, presenter Steve Evans has discovered help is on hand for patients after treatment ends.
Listeners to Radio Clatterbridge are being urged to give something back to the hospital... by brewing up.
The Royal Voluntary Service is appealing on air for people to help with the tea bar at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre.
A Radio Clatterbridge presenter is coming together with a former colleague for disabled Liverpool football fans.
Steve Evans, who is compering the LFC Disabled Supporters' Association's Christmas dinner, has roped in another familiar voice to help with proceedings.
A local children's hospice has appealed to listeners of Radio Clatterbridge to help them spread joy this Christmas.
Claire House wants to find local singers to perform at a variety of fundraising events in the countdown to the big day.
The current chairman of Radio Clatterbridge has announced to members that he will step down from the role.
It means the charity is seeking a replacement for Steve Lord in the new year.
A Radio Clatterbridge presenter is going the extra mile to raise money for Children In Need.
Volunteer Dave Harvey, an AA driving instructor during the week, will be taking part in the Big Learner Relay.
Radio Clatterbridge's series of interviews about patients living with and beyond cancer has continued with advice about getting active.
Listeners heard how experts in the health park are trying to change the attitude that rest is best.
Wirral-born comedian Pauline Daniels has shared her story about surviving breast cancer with patients in Clatterbridge.
The actress and comic, who was treated at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, returned to the health park to appear on our 20-hour programme marking breast cancer awareness month.
Two Radio Clatterbridge presenters are celebrating after broadcasting non-stop for 20 hours for breast cancer awareness month.
At 1am on Friday, weary-sounding Coffee Club hosts Ian Grant and Helen Sestan celebrated successfully presenting every programme for 20 hours.