We're In Stan's Christmas Single!

Radio Clatterbridge is to feature in a comedy Christmas single!

Stan Boardman has written the station into the lyrics a version of his latest song called Lost In Liverpool At Christmas.

Stan Boardman in studio

The comedian popped down to the studios to play the track, which raises funds for Clatterbridge-based Claire House Children's Hospice.

The tune sees Stan pining for his love who has gone missing around Liverpool during the festive season.

"In a special version for us, Stan asks around to see if they have seen his love and he sings 'I know a DJ on Clatterbridge Radio but he hadn't seen her'!" - Steve Lord, Radio Clatterbridge presenter and chairman

It was Stan's second visit to the station and this time he read out requests for patients in the dermatology ward at Clatterbridge Hospital.

Becky Hardman gives thumbs up for Stan Boardman's Christmas song

Live From The Bridge hosts Steve Lord and Becky Hardman asked Stan about his long career, from being spotted in a Butlins talent contest through to Opportunity Knocks and The Comedians.

Listeners also heard Stan's 2006 World Cup song which got to number 15 in the UK singles chart.

Lost In Liverpool At Christmas is available to buy on iTunes, 7Digital and eMusic.

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