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.

Kate Silcock with her familyA Wirral woman is urging other mums to seek help if they are struggling to cope with motherhood.

Kate Silcock launched a blog promoting positive mental health and wellbeing after being diagnosed with post natal depression.

June Snowden, Roger Hazlewood and Dave WilliamsThe president of the Hospital Broadcasting Association has told Radio Clatterbridge she is "very positive" about the future of hospital broadcasting in the UK.

June Snowden was speaking as she returned to the station to present our two longest serving volunteers with awards for their commitment.

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.

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.

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  • Golden radio success in the press

    Paul Johnston, Steve Evans and Mike Eveleigh collect the award (Credit: HBA)Radio Clatterbridge's success at the Hospital Broadcasting Awards made it in to the press. We won a gold in Stoke-on-Trent for promoting our special day of programmes in tribute to our late patron, Sir Ken Dodd.
  • Radio industry says farewell to Monty Lister

    Monty ListerThe death of one of our founder members was reported in a number of broadcast industry publications. Monty Lister, who is credited with securing the survival of Radio Clatterbridge during its early years in the 1950s, was well-known for recording the first radio interview with The Beatles.
  • Our NHS celebrations make the news

    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.