Matt Baker in the studioA Merseyside musician has returned to the airwaves to tell listeners how he's singing for Clatterbridge once again.

Matt Baker from south Liverpool made his second appearance on Radio Clatterbridge to promote a truly global album in aid of The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.

Stefan Livesey on stagePeople in Clatterbridge got a preview of a forthcoming performance in the health park when swinging singer Stefan Livesey popped down to the studios.

The entertainer from Eastham will be crooning to the residents at Elderholme Nursing Home.

ackie, Stephen and Andy meet Johnny Vegas and the MayorRadio Clatterbridge listeners have been learning all about how a Merseyside man is helping other amputees aim for better.

Coffee Club listeners today heard from Stephen Cruse, a double amputee.

A tractor prepares the land for Farm Feast 2014 (Credit: Andrew Pimbley)Listeners to the Coffee Club have heard all about a brand new food and music event coming to Clatterbidge.

Next month, Claremont Farm will be transformed into a showground for the first Farm Feast Festival.

Off duty: Outgoing Wirral Mayor Dave Mitchell with his wife SueThe Mayor of Wirral has told Radio Clatterbridge how he's had no regrets about his year in office.

Cllr Dave Mitchell has been talking to presenter Steve Evans about his experiences over the last eleven months.

Singer Sam McDermott as Michael BubleA Wirral teenager is hoping to follow in his parents' footsteps by becoming a successful local musician.

Sam McDermott came in to the Radio Clatterbridge studios to share some of his tracks and tell listeners all about his aspirations.

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