Prof Steve HardingSagas of the Vikings are returning to Wirral, thanks to our latest guest at Radio Clatterbridge.

Expert Steve Harding took to the airwaves to separate the facts from the fantasy of some of our most famous ancestors.

Gareth Williams and his book A Monstrous CommotionA retired university professor is returning to Wirral to answer questions about the elusive Loch Ness monster.

Gareth Williams told presenter Andy Bonner that evidence weighs against its existence but he could never exclude the possibility of a beast living in the Scottish lake.

Father Christmas at last year's Fabulous Frost Fair (Credit: The Celebration Tent)Father Christmas is heading to Clatterbridge - and our listeners have got the inside scoop on where to meet him!

The big man will be meeting youngsters at Claremont Farm this weekend as part of the Fabulous Frost Fair.

The Back To The Future soundtracksRadio Clatterbridge listeners went Back To The Future with a musical tribute to the film franchise.

Afternoon Edition presenter Andy Bonner hosted the special on the day that the movie's main characters arrived after time-travelling from 1985 to 2015.

Caroline England in the studioA local singer has revealed to Radio Clatterbridge how she's turned to crowd-funding to pay for her latest album.

Caroline England has been making Faking Wonderful for the last three years but now needs help from her fans to bring it to the market.

Adam Harding-Jones with Cilla BlackRadio Clatterbridge listeners have been given a unique insight into the real Cilla Black.

The late entertainer's friend and former driver has been remembering his time with her for a special edition of Live From The Bridge.

Christopher Maloney at The Clatterbridge Cancer CentreX Factor finalist Christopher Maloney has revealed all to Radio Clatterbridge about his experiences on the show.

The 34 year old from Kirkdale in Liverpool was talking during a visit to meet staff and patients at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre.

Lawson meet Alesha at ClatterbridgeRadio Clatterbridge listeners heard all about a special visit to the cancer centre this week.

The pop band Lawson dropped in to meet young people at the Teenage Cancer Unit.

The hovercraftRadio Clatterbridge turned the clock back 50 years to mark the anniversary of the world's first commercial hovercraft service.

The inaugural trip, between Moreton and Rhyl, was recorded by one of the station's founders in July 1962.

The new Radio Clatterbridge websiteRadio Clatterbridge's website has been relaunched in a move that keeps the station up to date with the latest developments on the internet.

The site is already the most comprehensive of its kind in the country.

Page 1 of 2