Steve Lord

  • Runners go green for Clatterbridge

    Runners go green for The Clatterbridge Cancer CharityRadio Clatterbridge listeners were treated to an exclusive track-side experience when hundreds of runners descended on the health park.

    Steve Lord took his microphone to meet the organisers and participants of a brand new fun run in the grounds of the hospital.

  • Parents of Spiderman fan Edie, 3, urge listeners to help her get brain tumour treatment

    Edie with her hero SpidermanThe parents of a little girl from Wirral with an inoperable brain tumour have taken to Radio Clatterbridge to appeal for help to get her groundbreaking new treatment in Mexico.

    Edie Molyneux, 3, was diagnosed with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) at Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool.

  • Presenter takes to the road to say thanks to the NHS

    Steve Lord with his blood bikeA Radio Clatterbridge presenter has taken to the road to say thank you to the NHS.

    Steve Lord signed up to join the Blood Bikes network after being treated for prostate cancer earlier this year.

  • Steve's message to men after prostate cancer

    Steve Lord talks about his prostate cancer diagnosisOne of our presenters has taken to the airwaves to urge other men to get themselves checked for prostate cancer.

    It comes just months after Steve Lord was diagnosed by doctors.

  • Station trumps Trump with new leader

    Steve EvansRadio Clatterbridge has 'trumped' international events by installing a new leader - hours ahead of the US presidential inauguration.

    Following their own democratic elections, members of the charity have chosen a new man at the station's helm.

  • Tributes to presenter Paul Stewart

    Paul StewartTributes have been paid to one of Radio Clatterbridge's longest-serving volunteers.

    Paul Stewart died on Wednesday at Wirral Hospice St John's here in Clatterbridge.

  • Chairman to step down

    Steve LordThe current chairman of Radio Clatterbridge has announced to members that he will step down from the role.

    It means the charity is seeking a replacement for Steve Lord in the new year.

  • Kiki Dee's slow dance with our man Steve

    Steve Lord with Kiki DeeRadio Clatterbridge presenter Steve Lord has revealed how Kiki Dee asked him to dance during a recent performance.

    Steve, who was there to record an interview for a Sensational 70s special, says she left him in a daze.

  • Sam Bailey tells us why she's still got The X Factor

    Sam Bailey with Steve LordSinger Sam Bailey has told Radio Clatterbridge how she might be returning to The X Factor.

    In an interview with presenter Steve Lord, the mother-of-three told listeners she has filmed a few clips for the new series of the ITV show.

  • Football fever returns to Clatterbridge

    Cup Winners: Britannia Juniors FC (Credit: @brittkids)Football fever has returned to Clatterbridge.

    But it's not the Euros that are getting everyone hot under the collar, it's the Claire House Cup.

  • Christopher Maloney on trolls, telly and talent

    steve lord christopher maloney thumbFormer X Factor and Celebrity Big Brother star Christopher Maloney has told Radio Clatterbridge he's now a stronger person after dealing with internet trolls.

    The singer from Liverpool spoke to presenter Steve Lord about a new television programme he's making about the issue.

  • Paul O'Grady pays tribute to us on our birthday

    Paul O'Grady (Credit: BBC Radio 2)Paul O'Grady has paid tribute to Radio Clatterbridge as we celebrate our 65th birthday.

    The Wirral-born entertainer responded to a message into his BBC Radio 2 programme with warm congratulations to our volunteers.


  • Special programmes to mark our 65th birthday

    Monty Lister and Steve LordListeners will be able to hear a series of special programmes as we celebrate our 65th birthday this weekend.

    Radio Clatterbridge began life in 1951 as a service by young volunteers carrying a portable record player around the wards to play music to patients.

  • Hospital radio report reveals positive health impacts

    The Hospital Broadcasting Impact ReportA new report, which Radio Clatterbridge contributed to, has found that hospital radio stations have a positive impact on psychosocial health.

    The white paper commissioned by our parent organisation, the Hospital Broadcasting Association, says listeners recognised that the service reduces boredom, loneliness and anxiousness.

  • We've got Christmas boxed off

    Helen Sestan and Ian Grant already in the festive spirit

    We have once again pulled a cracker with the unveiling of our festive programmes.

    Christmas and New Year are all wrapped up thanks to the dedication of our team of volunteers.

  • Let there be light

    The lights shine brightly in the hospice gardensPeople unable to visit Wirral Hospice St John's for the annual Light Up A Life event did not miss out, thanks to Radio Clatterbridge.

    Listeners were able to hear the special service broadcast across the Health Park.

  • Vote Of Thanks

    The Mayor receives a cheque from the League of FriendsRadio Clatterbridge has thanked a local charity for its continuing support of the station.

    Chairman Steve Lord was invited to talk at an annual meeting of the Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends.

  • Claire House Cup

    Boys arriving for the 2015 Claire House Cup (Credit: Jackie Wild)Radio Clatterbridge brought a major charity fundraiser to the Health Park at the weekend.

    Presenter Steve Lord broadcast live from the Claire House Cup in memory of a Wirral schoolboy.

  • Vote Of Confidence

    Members of the station at the AGMMembers of Radio Clatterbridge have given a vote of confidence in station bosses.

    Three Trustees of the charity have unanimously been voted to continue their important work.

  • Radio Clatterbridge Presents...

    Steve and Becky in studioThere were surprises all around for workers stuck in the health park on Christmas Day.

    Radio Clatterbridge tracked down staff to make the celebrations that little bit more special.


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