Can't Get Enough

Can't Get Enough Radio Clatterbridge presenter Elaine Leaning obviously enjoys being in the hospital environment so much, that she's decided to become a midwife! She's been working in the TV industry for the past ten years and says she has done all that she set out to do. So now, the host of the station's weekend breakfast programme is going to enroll on a health course and then a midwifery degree. Elaine said, "When I became pregnant with my first child nearly five years ago, I became really interested in pregnancy and childbirth. Having had both bad and amazing midwives, I realised what a difference they make to the most beautiful and life-changing event in someone's life." Elaine will continue to present Weekend Wake-Up and Tea and Biscuits.

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