Honey, We Saved A Kid!

Honey, We Saved A Kid! Radio Clatterbridge tonight played its part in improving the well-being of a local school girl. Mandy from Wallasey is the subject of a new edition of the BBC TV programme Honey, We're Killing The Kids where parents are shown how to improve their children's health prospects. The 14 year old is interested in a career in media, so the programme's producers asked if they could film Mandy and her mum being shown the ropes at the station. The pair collected requests from patients with Sarah Russell, and then went on air in the studio with Andy Bonner. Honey, We're Killing The Kids will be shown on BBC Three and repeated on BBC One later this year.

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