Les's On-Air Cameo

Les's On-Air Cameo A former Radio Clatterbridge presenter was clearly impressed when he visited the charity's latest studios today. Ex-ward visitor Les Scott, who also hosted Clatterbridge Country, was interviewed on air by Dave Adams. He had many happy memories of his time with us and the rapport with listeners, and wished all patients a speedy recovery. Les, who left the station in the late 1990s, was rather overawed by Radio Clatterbridge's new computer system, but thanked the station for having him back - albeit on the other side of the microphone!

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