Ian Grant and Helen Sestan during their mammoth broadcastTwo Radio Clatterbridge presenters are celebrating after broadcasting non-stop for 20 hours for breast cancer awareness month.

At 1am on Friday, weary-sounding Coffee Club hosts Ian Grant and Helen Sestan celebrated successfully presenting every programme for 20 hours.

Ian Grant is Tickled Pink with Helen SestanRadio Clatterbridge is being taken over for the day as part of breast cancer awareness month.

Coffee Club presenters Ian Grant and Helen Sestan will be hosting every programme from 5am on Thursday to 1am the next morning.

Tom SpenceA Wirral singer has revealed how he beat Ray Quinn in a singing competition - only for the West End star to go on to become a finalist of The X Factor.

Tom Spence appeared on the Coffee Club to talk about his music and share some of his songs.

Fully stocked - The drinks trolley (Credit: Wirral Hospice St John's)Radio Clatterbridge listeners have heard how an inadvertent appeal on social media has lead to a local charity being inundated with alcohol.

Drinks donations have been pouring in to Wirral Hospice St John's after an old request re-emerged on Facebook.

Cllr Les Rowlands gives his first Mayoral interview to Ian GrantRadio Clatterbridge has scooped the first radio interview with the incoming Mayor of Wirral.

Councillor Les Rowlands will be invested into the role on Monday.

The Orchid Male Cancer Awareness Month logo

Radio Clatterbridge has been highlighting the importance of men checking themselves for signs of cancer.

Ian Grant has been talking about the issue on the Coffee Club as part of Orchid Male Cancer Awareness Month.

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