June Wood after watching Top HatStage and Screen presenter June Wood was In Heaven when she went to see Top Hat at the Aldwych Theatre in the West End last weekend.

Keep reading for her review of the production.

June Wood June Wood takes to the stage this weekend as an old favourite makes a return to the Radio Clatterbridge airwaves. June Wood is reviving the popular Stage and Screen programme. Each week from this Sunday, she will be playing your favourite music from the musicals, theatre, film and TV. The programme isn't the only thing returning to the station...

Dream Team Goes Green? You could be forgiven for thinking Radio Clatterbridge's Magical Memories programme has gone all environmentally-friendly by saving a bit of electricity. But in fact this strange photo of John Roberts and his "dream team", taken in a dark Studio One last week, has more devious roots. Apparently John likes to present the request show with the...

Hearing RedRadio Clatterbridge viewers were hearing red this evening, when the station featured the launch of a new play all about Liverpool winning the Champions' League. Amongst the big names to promote "One Night In Istanbul" was none other than LFC defender Jamie Carragher.Andy Bonner spoke to Carragher, actor and comedian John Bishop and writer Nicky...

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