Heather Smith

  • Light Up A Life at Wirral Hospice St John'sPatients and staff in the health park will be able to delve into a sack full of special programmes from Radio Clatterbridge this festive period.

    Our team of volunteers will be on air around the clock throughout Christmas and New Year.

  • Steve Evans, Heather Smith and Terry MeliaA hospital IT worker who has written a novel in his spare time has been compared to Willy Russell.

    Terry Melia, who was recently based in Clatterbridge Health Park, told the Coffee Club programme he had a lot to live up to.

  • Georgina Peterson with Steve Evans and Heather SmithCoffee Club listeners have heard how a young Merseyside woman has turned to writing to deal with her rare brain disorder.

    In their latest book review, presenters Heather Smith and Steve Evans interviewed author Georgina Peterson who has chronicled her life with severe uncontrolled epilepsy.

  • 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.

  • Joe McElderryA Radio Clatterbridge presenter has turned down the chance to appear on stage with a former winner of The X Factor in favour of staying on air in the health park.

    Heather Smith explained to listeners that her choir was invited to take part in a special performance to mark the 30th anniversary of Blood Brothers by empresario Bill Kenwright.

  • Steve Evans and Heather Smith with author Gina KirkhamAn up and coming author has invited Radio Clatterbridge listeners to come up with a name for her next book.

    Gina Kirkham was in the studio to promote her first novel - a story based on her life as a police officer in Wirral.

  • A vote of thanks to our volunteersClatterbridge Hospital bosses have paid tribute to members of Radio Clatterbridge for their continued help in entertaining and informing patients and staff.

    They were invited to a special event to say thank you to all of the volunteers who regularly give up their time for the greater good of the hospital.

  • The Electric Hat Band entertain the audienceGuests from Radio Clatterbridge were wowed by the performance of a local pop group at the weekend.

    A number of our volunteers booked a table at the fundraising event in aid of the Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends.