Helen Sestan

Helen Sestan

Helen is a true champion of her local community.

She was roped into joining Radio Clatterbridge by fellow presenter and Asda colleague Ian Grant.

Now she occasionally gets to share some of her favourite music - when she manages to persuade Ian to let her choose the songs.

"I have a very eclectic taste in music from Glen Miller, Clair De Lune to Mariah Carey and Dua Lipa.... I just love music, the mood and emotions it evokes."

The pair's voluntary activities don't end at the station. Helen can often be found helping local charities and good causes.

In her role as Community Champion for the supermarket's branch in Bromborough, she helps raise awareness and money.

It's probably her link to nobility which makes Helen so honourable.

Her family have even got a village named after them in Croatia.

She's also connected to musical royalty too; Helen's Godfather is Tony Crane of the Merseybeats.

In her spare time, Helen enjoys reading, writing fiction, design and making soft furnishings and clothes.

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  • Korean Billy comes to our ozzy

    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.
  • Where there's a will, there's a way for The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity

    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 Clatterbridge

    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.