Dave Harvey and Sue Taylor at the 2012 Port Sunlight FestivalEverybody's hoping for a drier and sunnier summer than last year.

But, whatever the weather, Radio Clatterbridge will be broadcasting from a number of outdoor locations over the next few months.

steveevansRadio Clatterbridge studios were evacuated over the bank holiday weekend after a major high pressure oxygen leak from a large tank behind the station.

Fire crews attended the scene and cordoned off the immediate area.

DJ Sean HughesA nightclub DJ, who is cycling from Wirral to Ibiza, nearly didn't make it on air - because he got lost trying to find our studios!

Cream resident Sean Hughes leaves West Kirby later this month hoping to raise thousands of pounds in memory of his mum.

Singer Karen LoweKaren Lowe returned to Radio Clatterbridge last week to talk about her fund-raising for Cancer Research UK and revealed how a former Beatle told her to never give up singing.

She started fund raising after a singing audition in 2010 when she met a woman whose father had died of cancer.

Dan CliftonRadio Clatterbridge listeners have heard how a Merseyside man is hoping to raise thousands for a charity on the health park.

Dan Clifton is going to cycle from Land's End to John O'Groats in 11 days.

Matty Heard gets comfortable in our presenters' chairRadio Clatterbridge listeners have heard from an inspiring young man who doesn't let his disabilities stop him from doing some good.

Matty Heard appeared on the Coffee Club to publicise a charity swimathon he's taking part in.

Phil Rostance with Pete PriceHe's known as one of the country's most opinionated broadcasters, but talk show host Pete Price was lost for words when he appeared on Radio Clatterbridge.

In presenter Phil Rostance's last programme for the station, he stumped Pete with a question about cars!

Ken PyeLocal author Ken Pye joined the Coffee Club this week to share some of his wisdom with listeners.

Ken is a great authority on the history of this area.

Howard Kendall at Radio ClatterbridgeFormer Everton manager and player Howard Kendall visited Radio Clatterbridge today and threw down a challenge to our listeners.

The 66 year old is currently writing his autobiography and wants people in the health park to come up with a title.

Two of the catwalk models backstageRadio Clatterbridge presenters Dave Adams and Steve Lord proved they were dedicated followers of fashion when they were called upon to help a charity fundraiser.

When organisers of the Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends Fashion Show needed to add a bit of extra style to the occasion, they asked the station for help.