Sam and Karen with a sparkly Steve in the studioRadio Clatterbridge presenter Steve Evans donned some sparkly headware to help promote a new local fundraiser.

The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity is holding its first ever Wear A Wig Day next week.

Sylvia Briercliffe on her bikeA cycling granny has told listeners how she's travelling a thousand miles in a year in aid of charity.

Sylvia Briercliffe, 85, from Eastham, called in to Radio Clatterbridge to reveal how she's nearly completed her quest.

Rachel Meadows from The Alzheimer’s SocietyThe Alzeimer's Society has unveiled plans on Radio Clatterbridge for a new service for people living with dementia in Wirral.

Coffee Club listeners heard how the free Side by Side scheme aims to reduce social isolation while empowering people to get out and about with the help of a volunteer.

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.

Mark RonsonRadio Clatterbridge listeners have voted Uptown Funk their favourite song of 2015.

The track, by British producer Mark Ronson, tops a poll of the most requested songs on the station over the last twelve months.

Helen Sestan and Ian Grant already in the festive spirit

We have once again pulled a cracker with the unveiling of our festive programmes.

Christmas and New Year are all wrapped up thanks to the dedication of our team of volunteers.

Michael, Winnie, Suzie and Margy in the studioRadio Clatterbridge listeners were elated to receive an early Christmas gift in the form of a live music session.

Musician Michael Moon returned to the station, hot on the heels of his recording Some Kind Of Crazy featuring as our Album Of The Week.

The production poster for Dr Jekyll and Mr HydeA former Radio Clatterbridge presenter has shown another side to her character after appearing in a production of Jekyll and Hyde.

Bethan Meredith received rave reviews after stepping into the limelight in a number of Merseyside theatres.

Steve Sanderson outside The Clatterbridge Cancer CentreA man who expected to die more than 12 years ago has told Radio Clatterbridge how he's become a governor at the hospital that saved his life.

Steve Sanderson, who just been elected as senior governor at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, is urging others to get involved.

The existing gardenA campaign's been launched to create a new sensory garden for patients in the Health Park.

Coffee Club listeners heard how £25,000 is needed to update the existing facility at the Clatterbridge Rehab Centre.

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