Coffee Club

  • Sylvia Briercliffe in the studioA Wirral grandmother has told Radio Clatterbridge how she found a new lease of life by developing an interest in cycling.

    Sylvia Briercliffe revealed how she intends to spend her 90th year encouraging other older women to take up the activity.

  • Lauren RayAn upcoming singer-songwriter has told Radio Clatterbridge how she got into music because of her mum’s envy of the piano skills of a local nurse.

    Lauren Ray appears on tour with Paul Carrack from Mike + The Mechanics at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall next month.

  • Mackenzie James Cregan plays live in the studioThe son of a musician who’s played with Rod Stewart and Steve Harley has told Radio Clatterbridge how he hopes to follow in his father’s footsteps.

    Mackenzie James Cregan was born in Los Angeles but is currently living on Merseyside after becoming a student at Sir Paul McCartney’s LIPA.

  • Cllr Geoffrey Watt, the Mayor of Wirral for 2018-19 (Credit: Wirral Council)The Mayor of Wirral has paid a special visit to Radio Clatterbridge to tell listeners about the first half of his year in office.

    Cllr Geoffrey Watt and his wife Anne, the Mayoress, came into the studio to share some of their highlights and play some of their favourite music.

  • The Wirral Charity PostRadio Clatterbridge listeners are being urged to support the Wirral Charity Post.

    With three post boxes within the health park, there’s no excuse for not using the service to send your Christmas cards.

  • Author David Stanley with Heather Smith and Steve EvansA Liverpool author has revealed how he based his popular crime thriller on a real life incident.

    David Stanley has found fame since popular novel The Bag was published last year.

  • Cheryl Thomson from the British Red CrossRadio Clatterbridge listeners are being urged to consider volunteering for a charity which was affected by last year’s explosion in New Ferry.

    The British Red Cross shop in the town was forced to close after "shifting 4cm on its foundations".

  • Chester hypnotist Kevin JayA magician from Chester has told Radio Clatterbridge how he's now being booked across the country after his hypnosis of a man went viral on YouTube.

    Kevin Jay had only been performing his act for about 18 months when the video of him hypnotising the Nantwich man was picked up and shared by internet media company Unilad.

  • A model hospital (Credit: The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre)Listeners are being urged to buy a Lego brick to help fund Liverpool's first dedicated cancer hospital.

    The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre is expanding into the city centre and to raise money for the move, they're also building a giant model replica of the building.

  • Di Gaskell with Sophie Smith and John McWilliams from Wirral Advocacy Hub

    Radio Clatterbridge listeners have heard how more and more health and social care professionals are training to understand how to support people who can't make important decisions for themselves.

    People such as social workers, nurses and doctors are being educated to consider how decisions need to be made in people's best interests.

  • Astrid with Ian GrantA 9 year old schoolgirl, who is singing at Liverpool One's Christmas lights switch on, has told Radio Clatterbridge how her friends are taking her fame in their stride.

    Astrid Smith was mentored by will.i.am when she beat thousands of hopefuls to become one of the finalists in ITV's The Voice Kids.

  • Christopher Maloney from his book WildcardChristopher Maloney has told Radio Clatterbridge listeners to expect some revelations in his new autobiography.

    The X Factor and Celebrity Big Brother star's first book has gone on sale this week.

  • Wirral Hospice St Johns' marketing officer Billy Howard and Anna Menaul, catering domestic services managerWhen the team from Wirral Hospice St John's wanted to extol the virtues of their coffee shop to listeners there was only one programme to appear on.

    Billy Howard and Anna Menaul were guests on the Coffee Club to talk about the Hub Cafe and a number of other ways people can help raise money for the charity.

  • Caryn Walker with her bookA Wirral woman has taken the brave step of talking on the air about how she was abused by her father.

    Caryn Walker came into the Radio Clatterbridge studios to share her story in the hope that it will help others find their own voice.

  • Richard Roberts from Wirral FoodbankA charity has appealed for Radio Clatterbridge listeners to help it feed local people in crisis.

    A number of workers based in the health park already donate to the Wirral Foodbank.

  • Helen Sestan, Chris Pointon and Ian Grant display their #HelloMyNameIs signsThe co-founder of an international campaign for compassionate care has told Radio Clatterbridge that he hopes it will continue for generations to come.

    Chris Pointon came into the studio to talk about #HelloMyNameIs which he started with his late wife Dr Kate Granger.

  • Sandra Scott from Home Instead Senior Care WirralListeners to Radio Clatterbridge have been warned of the dangers of scamming amid claims it is one of the most commonplace crimes in Wirral.

    It comes as one of the station's sponsors has begun to offer free advice about how to avoid being duped.

  • Dom Littlewood gets it wrong, but John Perry is Right On The Money! (Credit: BBC Studios)The BBC were Right On The Money when they asked to film at Radio Clatterbridge for the national TV programme.

    But presenter Dominic Littlewood was left tongue-tied when we put him on air!

  • Cathy Roberts with Di GaskellA "woman with a washing line" who had no experience of sailing has explained how she took to the sea after recovering from a serious illness.

    Cathy Roberts, who owns a bookshop in Wirral, rescued a 70 year old tug boat after buying it from a used car salesman.

  • Stella Duncan from Me AgainWomen with cancer in Wirral are being offered products and hair services in a bid to make them look and feel better.

    A new non-profit business has been set up to to support women after they are diagnosed and beyond.