Take part

A guest in studio

We are always looking for great guests to brighten up our programmes.

If you've got something to talk about then let us know and you might just get invited into the studio!

You could be joining an illustious line up of contributors from celebrities like The Beatles to regular contributors such as our antiques expert John Crane.

We want to hear from you if you want to chat about anything of interest to our listeners.

It could be a fundraising event for a local charity, a news story or just something of local interest.

If you think you fit the bill - or you are a staff member wanting to be considered for the Team Of The Week - then please contact us.

An outside broadcast

We can also come to you. We regularly hold a series of roadshows across Wirral.

These popular events raise vital cash to help towards the running of the station.

They also create a fantastic publicity opportunity, keeping the name of the station in the minds of local people. 

If you would like us to visit your venue or event, please contact us.

 

Our latest news...

  • Soul Train steams in to Port Sunlight

    Soul TrainAt Radio Clatterbridge, we love our music so we were delighted to hear that the hit show Soul Train is coming to Wirral. Listeners to the Coffee Club heard all about it from producer and host Wayne Kennedy.
  • Can you help shine a light on cancer?

    Last year's Shine Night Walk (Credit: Cancer Research UK)Listeners to Radio Clatterbridge are being encouraged to take part in a night walk to help raise funds for cancer studies. The second Shine Night Walk is taking place in Liverpool at the end of August following the success of last year's inaugural event.
  • Jo's hair-raising plan for Clatterbridge after husband's cancer

    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.