Brookside Closed

Brookside Closed Merseyside's long-running TV soap, Brookside, comes to an end next week - and one of it's former stars came into Radio Clatterbridge this morning to mark its passing.Actress and comedienne Pauline Daniels played Maria Benson in the scouse show and shared her memories of the programme with Radio Clatterbridge presenter Ray O'Brien. Pauline, who was joined by her country singer husband Paul Duval, also recalled her time on Granada TV's The Comedians and other highlights in her career. But she said her favourite role was in Shirley Valentine. She's performing in the stage play for the seventh time at the Gladstone Theatre in Port Sunlight from 19th-22nd November.

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