Ian Grant

  • Linda and Rachael from Wirral WingsThe Coffee Club has welcomed members of a Wirral group set up to transform wedding dresses into gowns for babies "born asleep".

    Wirral Wings began in October when founder Linda Priest decided she wanted the dress from her failed marriage to do some good after a bad marriage.

  • The Healthwatch bus in WirralHealth bosses have visited Radio Clatterbridge to ask for the views of patients in the health park.

    It's part of a wider scheme to garner opinions of people across Wirral about future services in the borough.

  • Jo Francis braves the shave for ClatterbridgeA regular guest on the Coffee Club has braved the shave in aid of The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.

    Jo Francis, a colleague of our presenters Ian Grant and Helen Sestan, decided to lose her locks 18 months after after husband Gareth was treated for testicular cancer at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre.

  • Patricia Routledge on a previous visit to Wirral (Credit: Wilfred Owen Story)Coffee Club listeners were amongst the first to hear that Dame Patricia Routledge is coming to Clatterbridge.

    The Tranmere-born actor and singer, best known for her role as Hyacinth Bucket in the BBC comedy Keeping Up Appearances, will be opening the newly made-over gardens at Wirral Hospice St John's.

  • WUTH Charity's Jo Roberts and Victoria Burrows with Helen SestanRadio Clatterbridge marked Volunteers' Week with a feature about the new fundraising team at Wirral University Teaching Hospitals.

    WUTH Charity is holding its first major event on Friday 12th July 2019 by hosting abseiling from the roof of Arrowe Park Hospital.

  • Astrid in the Radio Clatterbridge studioOne of Merseyside's youngest new singers has told Radio Clatterbridge how she's received hate comments for singing jazz.

    Astrid, 10, from Southport, impressed Black Eyed Peas rapper will.i.am on ITV's The Voice Kids last year.

  • Daywalker outside the studioPresenter Steve Evans got more than he bargained for after he interviewed a local band.

    The Coffee Club host had just recorded a studio chat with Wirral foursome Daywalker when he walked in on their own live broadcast outside the station.

  • Korean Billy learns more Scouse in the Radio Clatterbridge studioThe man who made English students everywhere want to learn the phrase "I'm going the ozzy to see our kid" has finally visited our hospital.

    Korean Billy is an internet sensation after his YouTube videos teaching the world how to speak Scouse went viral.

  • Elspeth Wilson and Georgina Roberts with Coffee Club presenter Helen SestanRadio Clatterbridge listeners have been told how they can help a charity based on the health park while finally doing something they may have been putting off for years.

    Georgina Roberts from Heswall-based Guy Williams Layton solicitors came into the studio to talk about drawing up wills.

  • 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.

  • Ian Grant promotes Asda's inclusive hour (Credit: Asda)As a Radio Clatterbridge presenter and event host, Ian Grant is used to turning up the tunes for his audience.

    But when he was asked to lower the volume for his customers at work, he jumped at the chance.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • The article in On Air magazineRadio Clatterbridge has been given the lead article in the latest issue of the industry publication for hospital radio.

    Our recent celebrations to mark 70 years of the NHS at Clatterbridge Health Park was given top billing in On Air magazine.

  • 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.

  • Ian Grant and Helen Sestan during the outside broadcastRadio Clatterbridge has helped celebrate the 70th birthday of the National Health Service by partying like it was 1948.

    We joined workers, patients and volunteers to mark the historic milestone with a series of special programmes.