Live From The Bridge

  • The Jagz in the studio with Mike EveleighRadio Clatterbridge has been showcasing some new talent on the Merseyside music scene.

    The Jagz are a Wirral based indie-psychedelic rock quintet.

  • Mind coach Alison Blackler

    Listeners have been given the chance to have an insight into the workings of the mind.

    Alison Blackler, is a transformational mind coach and therapist, who has been helping clients at Thornton Hough-based 2 Minds for eight years.

  • Helen LloydA day nursery founder, whose first husband died from cancer 21 years ago, has been telling listeners how she aims to raise £20,000 for The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.

    Helen Lloyd opened Bluebells in September 1997 because she knew she would never have children with him.

  • 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.

  • Drift's Dave Robinson and Barry WaringA Radio Clatterbridge presenter is coming together with a former colleague for disabled Liverpool football fans.

    Steve Evans, who is compering the LFC Disabled Supporters' Association's Christmas dinner, has roped in another familiar voice to help with proceedings.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Caroline England in the studioA local singer has revealed to Radio Clatterbridge how she's turned to crowd-funding to pay for her latest album.

    Caroline England has been making Faking Wonderful for the last three years but now needs help from her fans to bring it to the market.

  • Adam Harding-Jones with Cilla BlackRadio Clatterbridge listeners have been given a unique insight into the real Cilla Black.

    The late entertainer's friend and former driver has been remembering his time with her for a special edition of Live From The Bridge.

  • The band (Credit: City Jazz Orchestra & Singers)A Radio Clatterbridge volunteer is hoping to turn music into money for another good cause.

    Becky Hardman is organising a night in aid of The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.

  • Liz Owen plays live at Radio ClatterbridgeA Wirral singer-songwriter has told Radio Clatterbridge listeners all about her love and affection for one of her musical heroes.

    Liz Owen supported British songstress Joan Armatrading on her last major tour.

  • Becky Hardman gives thumbs up for Stan Boardman's Christmas songRadio Clatterbridge is to feature in a comedy Christmas single!

    Stan Boardman has written the station into the lyrics a version of his latest song called Lost At Christmas.

  • "The Face of Wirral" Samantha RatcliffeRadio Clatterbridge listeners were left feeling a bit woof after a shaggy dog's tale at the weekend.

    The station broadcast live from Thurstaston for the Wirral Hospice St John's Big Wirral Dog Walk.

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    John Roberts celebrated his 60th birthday this evening, by presenting his Radio Clatterbridge programme as usual!

    The Live From The Bridge host marked his sixth decade on air with the listeners.

  • Caroline England performing liveListeners to Radio Clatterbridge have been treated to a live performance from a singer/songwriter described as the North West's "best kept secret."

    Caroline England showcased music from her last album on Live From The Bridge.

  • Singer Karen Lowe and the fund-raisersWe love a good tune at Radio Clatterbridge.

    So when we got the opportunity to broadcast our first ever karaoke night, we jumped at the chance!