John Roberts meets Radio Clatterbridge presenter John Roberts got all shook up when he caught up with Elvis impersonator Michael King.

He joined a packed Gladstone Theatre for a performance of some of The King's most memorable songs.

Billy Kinsley in studioMerseybeats founder Billy Kinsley has been sharing his memories with listeners to Radio Clatterbridge.

The Liverpool-born singer told Paul Allt and John Roberts how he first joined a band at the age of 14 and is still gigging today.

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John Roberts celebrated his 60th birthday this evening, by presenting his Radio Clatterbridge programme as usual!

The Live From The Bridge host marked his sixth decade on air with the listeners.

Queen Mary 2 Captain Chris Wells with one of our leafletsRegular listeners to the Coffee Club will know that presenter John Roberts has taken some time off to visit New York.

But they won't know that he returned with a ringing endorsement from the captain of the largest passenger ship in the world!

John Roberts watches Mike Moon playSinger and musician Mike Moon has made a return visit to Radio Clatterbridge.

Yet again the keyboard player provided some atmosphere on the Coffee Club by playing a range of well-known tunes.

Mike Moon at the microphoneThe weather has been wet and miserable recently but a Liverpool singer has brought a little sunshine to the studio.

Mike Moon played over ten songs live to listeners of Radio Clatterbridge.

Jacqui, Gill and JohnPresenter John Roberts ended up flat out on the floor when two fitness experts paid a visit to Radio Clatterbridge.

With just days to go until the start of the Olympic Games, keeping fit was the theme for the Coffee Club.

John Roberts collects the cheque from the Port Sunlight Workplace TrustWorkers at one of Wirral's biggest companies have given their backing to Radio Clatterbridge - and donated some of their hard-earned cash to the charity in the process.

Our Fundraising Co-ordinator John Roberts has picked up a cheque from the Port Sunlight Workplace Trust.

Wirral Scout Post LogoWirral's Scouts and Guides proved they really can do their best when they handed over a cheque for £1,000 to Radio Clatterbridge.

The donation came after the station was nominated as one of the charities to benefit from their latest Christmas post initiative.

A Grand Christmas Merseyside-based pharmaceutical firm Eli Lilly has given an early Christmas present to Radio Clatterbridge. Station volunteer John Roberts met with company bosses at its manufacturing base in Speke to give a presentation about the charity and its work. Bosses were so impressed that they have agreed to donate £1,000 to the station. John's...

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