Katherine Fagan in the studiosRadio Clatterbridge listeners have been hearing how music can play an important role in being successful.

"Success coach" Katherine Fagan turned the Coffee Club into a place for positivity when she popped in to the studios.

Neil Jackson (left) receives his certificate from Steve LordOne of Radio Clatterbridge's longest serving members has been commended for his time with the charity.

Neil Jackson was awarded a long service award after marking 35 years at the station.

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.

The red phone box at Hadlow Road station (Credit: pauldve)Radio Clatterbridge is ringing the changes - with a brand new phone number.

Our old number is no more but we have a shiny new one to replace it.

Callum Edge in the studioThe conversation became quite meaty when presenter Phil Rostance interviewed an award-winning Wirral butcher.

Callum Edge popped into the studio after winning a national accolade from the BBC.

New Brighton Baths (credit: noctorum)Radio Clatterbridge listeners have been asked for their memories of one of Wirral's most iconic visitor attractions.

A local company is making a film about New Brighton baths which officially opened 80 years ago.

Johnny Mathis receiving gifts from superfan Ann (Credit: Tony Foy)A Radio Clatterbridge volunteer has finally met her idol after following Johnny Mathis for decades.

Super-fan Ann Murray first heard Johnny sing on the radio when she was 10 years old and has charted his career avidly ever since.

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.

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