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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.
A cycling granny has made a welcome return to Radio Clatterbridge after completing a major fundraising feat.
86 year old Sylvia Briercliffe from Eastham took part in a 1,000 mile challenge to raise cash for two charities.
Two former Radio Clatterbridge presenters have made a welcome return to the station to launch brand new programmes.
Mike Kinney and Graham Johnson are hosting two new weekly shows for our specialist music strand Radio Clatterbridge Presents...
Paul O'Grady has paid tribute to Radio Clatterbridge as we celebrate our 65th birthday.
The Wirral-born entertainer responded to a message into his BBC Radio 2 programme with warm congratulations to our volunteers.
Kate Robbins is lending her voice to Radio Clatterbridge as part of the celebrations for our 65th birthday.
The actress and singer returns to the Wirral airwaves to help mark the latest milestone at Radio Clatterbridge.
Listeners will be able to hear a series of special programmes as we celebrate our 65th birthday this weekend.
Radio Clatterbridge began life in 1951 as a service by young volunteers carrying a portable record player around the wards to play music to patients.
A new report, which Radio Clatterbridge contributed to, has found that hospital radio stations have a positive impact on psychosocial health.
Radio Clatterbridge listeners became virtual pillion passengers when thousands of motorcyclists descended on the Health Park to deliver eggs to poorly children in time for Easter.
Presenter Gray Hawke joined thousands of other bikers on a fresh, sunny Sunday morning to take part in the annual Wirral Egg Run Tribute Ride
The race is on to find people to take part in the annual Wirral Coastal Walk - and raise some money for local charities.
One of them, The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity, made a direct appeal to listeners of the Coffee Club.
Radio Clatterbridge listeners are being urged to check their wardrobes to help out a local charity.
Claire House gift shops are holding a fashion show with donated clothes to raise thousands of pounds for the Clatterbridge-based children's hospice.