Christopher Power with his bookBudding thespians at Clatterbridge Health Park are being encouraged to audition to show their talent to secure a part in a Wirral-based film.

Author and actor Christopher Power is making a movie cataloguing his tough childhood in Rock Ferry and Birkenhead.

Katherine Fagan in the studiosRadio Clatterbridge listeners have been hearing how music can play an important role in being successful.

"Success coach" Katherine Fagan turned the Coffee Club into a place for positivity when she popped in to the studios.

Callum Edge in the studioThe conversation became quite meaty when presenter Phil Rostance interviewed an award-winning Wirral butcher.

Callum Edge popped into the studio after winning a national accolade from the BBC.

Phil Rostance with Pete PriceHe's known as one of the country's most opinionated broadcasters, but talk show host Pete Price was lost for words when he appeared on Radio Clatterbridge.

In presenter Phil Rostance's last programme for the station, he stumped Pete with a question about cars!

Julia and Richard Neal in the studioRadio Clatterbridge listeners have heard proof that the wireless is great for painting pictures in people's minds.

The owners of Robinson & Neal Wallpaper and Paint Suppliers came in to the studio to give the Coffee Club some top tips on decorating this spring.

Gill Sheworksu and Sarah GrahamCoffee Club presenter Phil Rostance isn't a total wipe-out after he escaped unhurt from an interview with a personal trainer.

The last time Gill Sheworksu appeared on the programme, Phil injured his back and leg the following week.

Kate McFadden from One to One (Wirral)Radio Clatterbridge presenter and dad of five Phil Rostance thinks his latest guest delivered the goods when she popped in to the studio for a chat.

Kate McFadden, Head of Midwifery at Wirral-based One to One, talked about the first year of the community-based midwifery service.

Sam Archibald with details of the walkListeners have heard how The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity aims to attract more than 1,000 people to this year's Clatterbridge Mersey Walk of Hope.

Events Manager Sam Archibald popped in to the studio to tell Phil Rostance all about the event.

Phil Rostance's brother, DaveWhen presenter Phil Rostance was looking for someone to interview about the Wirral Food and Drink Festival he didn't have to search for long.

One of the exhibitors turned up to be guest on the Coffee Club - Phil's own brother Dave!

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