Pauline, who starred in The Comedians, Bread and Liverpool 1, gave presenters Ian Grant and Helen Sestan a frank account of her battle with the disease.
She told listeners how she was diagnosed in October 2013 after discovering a lump in her breast.
However, she ended up needing two operations when doctors realised that her tumour was worse than they had previously thought.
Pauline told listeners she’s doing what she can to raise money for a new Clatterbridge Cancer Centre in Liverpool and a new breast unit at the Royal Liverpool Hospital.
“I get really angry that we have to raise £10m to raise our own hospital but we want a hospital that’s world-excellent so it’s important.” – Comedian Pauline Daniels
Pauline, who bravely chose not to have chemotherapy because of work commitments, said she was upset by the amount of young people dealing with cancer.
However, she praised the level of care that cancer patients receive in Clatterbridge.
“I am lucky. I’ve come out of the other side and I’m fine… As long as I’ve got breath in my body I will carry on banging on about how important a mammogram is and how important it is to check yourself.” – Comedian Pauline Daniels