Goals Aloud

Goals Aloud The stars of the Real Radio breakfast show have given Radio Clatterbridge listeners an exclusive behind-the-scenes insight into the making of their charity single. Presenters Ditchy and Salty have teamed up with Nathan Moore from Brother Beyond to record the world cup tune Bring It Home in aid of Help For Heroes. They told Radio Clatterbridge's Sunday Service presenter Liam Phoenix all about filming the video and even gave up some of Nathan's back stage secrets! You can hear the interview here and find out more about the single on the Real Radio website.

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