Paul Allt

  • 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.

  • Geoff Peters, Ronny Goodlass and Paul AlltFormer Everton winger Ronny Goodlass has told Radio Clatterbridge how he wishes Joe Royle was still part of the club to guide the current owners.

    In a return visit to the station, Ronny described the former Blues boss as a great manager.

  • Geoff Peters, John Barnes and Paul AlltFormer Liverpool and England international footballer John Barnes has rejected the idea that he is a soccer legend.

    Presenter Paul Allt got a ticking off when he suggested the Jamaican-born winger was a superstar during an interview on the Coffee Club.

  • Joanne Fox Goodman with Leicester captain Wes MorganA Goodison Park legend was live on air at Radio Clatterbridge as Leicester prepared to destroy Everton and lift the Premier League trophy.

    Former winger Ronny Goodlass joined the Saturday Sequence to talk about the Toffees' season and the future of their manager.

  • Jan Molby playing for LiverpoolLiverpool FC legend Jan Molby has told Radio Clatterbridge the team would have won this year's League Cup if he'd have been playing.

    The former midfielder made the tongue-in-cheek remark during a guest appearance on the Coffee Club.

  • Michael, Winnie, Suzie and Margy in the studioRadio Clatterbridge listeners were elated to receive an early Christmas gift in the form of a live music session.

    Musician Michael Moon returned to the station, hot on the heels of his recording Some Kind Of Crazy featuring as our Album Of The Week.

  • Michael Moon plays at Radio ClatterbridgeRadio Clatterbridge listeners are used to hearing great music on the air.

    But never before has an Album Of The Week been written by a friend of the station.

  • Author Ursula Wilde

    A local author has told Radio Clatterbridge how John Lennon paid her a secret visit to repay an old debt.

    Bromborough-born Ursula Wilde revealed the story during an interview on the Coffee Club about her new autobiography.

     

  • Port Sunlight (Credit: Pete)Radio Clatterbridge listeners have learned more about the history behind Wirral's famous model village.

    Port Sunlight was built by Lever Brothers boss William Hesketh Lever to house his soap factory workers.

  • Impressionist Leslie GibsonListeners could be forgiven for thinking they were getting the Real Deal when David Dickinson appeared to have taken over the airwaves at Radio Clatterbridge.

    But they soon learned they weren't listening to the TV antiques expert - but a former Britain's Got Talent finalist.

  • Idle Frets frontman Ben Davies in studioThe frontman of local indie group Idle Frets has made a welcome return to Radio Clatterbridge.

    Ben Davies was back in familiar teritory when he came into the studio to play a series of acoustic tracks for listeners on the health park.

  • Race For LifeRunners are under starter's orders for this year's Race For Life in aid of Cancer Research UK.

    Event Manager Jennifer Ward appeared on the Coffee Club to publicise this year's races in Wirral.

  • Paul Allt meets Tracy PotterCancer patients in Clatterbridge have heard how a Merseyside company is aiming on making a difference to people wearing wigs.

    Tracy Potter from Hair Fairy Wigs came came into the Radio Clatterbridge studio to explain how they can help people with hair loss.

  • Paul Allt is.... Frank Sinatra!We've added a Frank Sinatra classic to our playlist - re-recorded by one of our own!

    Presenter Paul Allt is giving Ol' Blue Eyes a run for his money with his cover of One For My Baby.

  • Ronny Goodlass and Paul AlltRadio Clatterbridge had a Blue Christmas with a visit from an Everton legend.

    Ronny Goodlass popped in to the studios to chat about football and his charity.

  • New Brighton Baths (credit: noctorum)Radio Clatterbridge listeners have been asked for their memories of one of Wirral's most iconic visitor attractions.

    A local company is making a film about New Brighton baths which officially opened 80 years ago.