Matty Heard gets comfortable in our presenters' chairRadio Clatterbridge listeners have heard from an inspiring young man who doesn't let his disabilities stop him from doing some good.

Matty Heard appeared on the Coffee Club to publicise a charity swimathon he's taking part in.

Steve Evans at the home of MotownRadio Clatterbridge presenter Steve Evans has just returned from a visit to Detroit, Michigan, the home of the motor car.

He paid homage to the spot where Motor Town created Motown.

Four Great Nurses in the studioRadio Clatterbridge has welcomed Four Great Nurses to the studio as they plan to go to great lengths to raise money for The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre.

Sarah, Laura, Sian and Helen told listeners how they'll be trekking up and down the Great Wall of China.

Steve Evans with the Olympic FlameOur presenter Steve Evans was one of those lucky enough to be made an Ambassador at London 2012.

With the Olympics and Paralympics now behind us, Steve tells us about his experience in his own words.

Steve Evans shows off his rather loud London 2012 uniformEver since Steve Evans heard about the Olympic Games coming to the UK, the Radio Clatterbridge presenter has wanted to be a part of it.

Now he gets his chance, as an official ambassador for London 2012.

Steve Evans and Julian Davies outside The Clatterbridge Cancer CharityWirral chef and motorbike enthusiast Julian Davies rode in to town on Saturday to share his experiences after travelling to the most northerly parts of Europe.

Radio Clatterbridge has followed every mile of his gruelling trip in aid of The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.

Steve Evans wearing his LFC tieRadio Clatterbridge presenter Steve Evans joined the House of Lords for the day as an ambassador for disabled sport supporters.

The Saturday Sequence host visited Parliament as a representative of Liverpool Football Club.

The Olympic TorchAn inspirational Wirral man who has raised thousands of pounds for charity has told of his honour to be chosen to carry the Olympic Flame through Liverpool.

Bernie Hollywood from Bromborough raises money for the Wallace & Grommit Childrens' Foundation, helping out hospices like Claire House.

Stan Boardman in the studioStan Boardman caused chaos when he dropped in to Radio Clatterbridge... and nearly got banned from the airwaves in the process.

The Liverpudlian comedian virtually took over the studio as he plugged his new musical.

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