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  • Trish Finnegan
    Wirral Raby Mere author and former police officer Trish Finnegan came into the studio to chat to Steve Evans about her now book, Blue Bird.
  • Phil Barr
    Headway Wirral’s Development Officer Phil Barr came into the studio for a chat with Coffee Club Presenter Steve Evans.
  • Andi Ashman & Mandy Yeardsley
    Andi Ashman and Mandy Yeardsley are telling jokes to raise funds for both Arrowe Park and Clatterbridge Hospitals.
  • Shóna de Brún
    Shóna de Brún speaks to Steve Evans about her campaign to keep Birkenhead Park free of cars.
  • Denise Harris
    Denise Harris talks to Di Gaskell about diet, health and fitness
  • Liz Bishop
    Dr Liz Bishop, chief executive of The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, talks about the new Liverpool site and what it means for the original hospital at Clatterbridge Health Park, Wirral.
  • Alison Blackler
    Mind coach Alison Blackler talks to Steve Evans about her book A Path Travelled: How to make sense of your life
  • Man v Fat
    April Ryan reports on Man v Fat, the Wirral project using football to help men lose weight.
  • Linda Priest & Rachael Seager
    Linda Priest and Rachael Seager from Wirral Wings talk about turning wedding dresses into gowns for babies born asleep.
  • Joe Perry
    Singer-songwriter Joe Perry in session and in conversation with Gray Hawke.
  • Phil Crawford
    Phil Crawford from WUTH Charity gives an update on the Tiny Stars Appeal and upcoming fundraisers.
  • Sarah Deveney
    Sarah Deveney of Wirral University Teaching Hospital’s Infection Prevention Control talks to presenter Di Gaskell about the importance of cleanliness at Clatterbridge & Arrowe Park Hospitals. Listen to the interview here.
  • Sylvia Briercliffe
    Cycling gran Sylvia Briercliffe turns 90 with a celebration and a birthday chat with Steve Evans.
  • Jordan Barnes & Georgia Dillon
    Jordan Barnes & Georgia Dillon give the history and background to Wirral’s Gladstone Theatre in Port Sunlight and talk about their plans for the year ahead.
  • Shelley Wright
    ’70s and ’80s disco night to raise money for Maggie’s Merseyside Listen to the interview here
  • Caitlin Holme
    Caitlin Holme talks about Cancer Research UK’s Race For Life, Pretty Muddy and Shine Night Walk.
  • Sammy Barker
    Sammy Barker tells Ian Grant how listeners can help Maggie’s Merseyside at Clatterbridge during 2020.
  • Christie Bratherton
    Cheshire singer-songwriter Christie Bratherton talks about her debut EP and new music and plays live
  • Daywalker
    Daywalker preview their new charity single Next Christmas on Radio Clatterbridge.
  • Amanda Brooke
    Author Amanda Brooke talks about reviews of her books Don’t Turn Around and The Bad Mother
  • Kath Fowler
    Kath Fowler tells Steve Evans why she leaves notes on motorway roundabouts for people contemplating suicide
  • Light Up A Life
    Listen to the full 2019 service from Wirral Hospice St John’s Light Up A Life. Presenter Di Gaskell also speaks to relatives who attended in memory of their loved one
  • Lucy Mayhew
    Wirral singer Lucy Mayhew talks to Di Gaskell about her love of music and performs live in studio.
  • John-Paul Cumberlidge
    Wirral musician John-Paul Cumberlidge sings live in studio and chats to presenter Di Gaskell.
  • Gillian Seale
    Author and illustrator Gillian Seale about her debut chapter book Post Pixie Missing in Action, her Kickstarter campaign, and her unique book-writing business called Tailored Yarn.
  • Sylvia Briercliffe
    The Recycled Cyclist Sylvia Briercliffe is honoured for inspiring other older people to take up cycling
  • Karen Prior
    Karen Prior from Healthwatch Wirral and NHS Wirral’s Michael Chantler seek views on health services
  • Jen Rhodes
    Jen Rhodes from Look4abook talks to Mandy Shepherd about encouraging people in Wirral to read.
  • Tom Hope & Ryan Towart
    Aladdin is coming to the Gladstone Theatre, Port Sunlight, Wirral for Christmas 2019!
  • Terry Melia
    Terry Melia, author of Tales from the Greenhills, joins Steve Evans and Heather Smith for a review of the book
  • Lydia Parry
    Lydia Parry from Merseyside Autistic Adults chats to Radio Clatterbridge’s Steve Evans
  • Wayne Kennedy
    Soul Train’s Wayne Kennedy talks about the hit stage show at Gladstone Theatre, Port Sunlight, Wirral.
  • Siobhan Byrne
    Cancer Research UK’s Siobhan Byrne talks to Steve Evans about the Liverpool Shine Night Walk 2019.
  • Jackie Wild
    Jackie Wild talks about the eighth Claire House Cup football tournament in memory of son Elliot.
  • Claire Bibby
    Claire Bibby from Baroque Theatre Company talks about their production of Death and the Maiden at the Gladstone Theatre, Port Sunlight, Wirral.
  • Jo Francis
    Jo Francis from Asda Liscard talks about braving the shave for The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre after husband had testicular cancer. 
  • Rory Cellan-Jones
    BBC technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones talks about his treatment for eye cancer at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre. 
  • Wirral Hospice St John’s
    Wirral Hospice St John’s staff, volunteers and visitors enjoy the opening of the new hospice garden. Di Gaskell and Mike Eveleigh chat to CEO Helen Knight, volunteers Anita, Anna, Barbara, Geoff, Jennifer, Sue and Trish plus Jackie and her therapy dog Gem.
  • Patricia Routledge
    Wirral-born actor Dame Patricia Routledge, who played Hyacinth Bucket in Keeping Up Appearances, talks to Radio Clatterbridge about Wirral Hospice St John’s new garden.
  • Amanda Rummery
    Amanda Rummery from the Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends talks about events for 2019.
  • Billy Howard
    Billy Howard, Marketing Officer at Wirral Hospice St John’s, on the new garden in the grounds.
  • Mike McCartney
    Mike McCartney talks to Steve Evans about the rerelease of his album McGear.
  • Peter Miller
    Animator Peter Miller speaks to Steve Evans about working with Mike McCartney on Weirdos
  • Alan Redfern
    Alan Redfern talks about his walk from Hull to Birkenhead to raise money for Maggie’s Merseyside.
  • Jo Roberts & Victoria Burrows
    Jo Roberts and Victoria Burrows from the WUTH Charity talk fundraising to Ian Grant and Helen Sestan.
  • Astrid Smith
    The UK’s youngest jazz singer Astrid talks to Radio Clatterbridge about bullying and hate comments
  • Daywalker
    Wirral band Daywalker return to Radio Clatterbridge to plug their latest tracks and gigs.
  • Tom Spence
    Singer Tom Spence talks about two special nights of music at Claremont Farm in Clatterbridge
  • Kate Silcock
    Wirral mum Kate Silcock talks to Steve Evans about post natal depression and how she’s trying to change preconceptions of parenthood.
  • June Snowden
    June Snowden, president of the Hospital Broadcasting Association, returns to Radio Clatterbridge to present long service awards to station stalwarts Roger Hazlewood and Dave Williams. https://www.mixcloud.com/radioclatterbridge/june-snowdon-president-of-the-hospital-broadcasting-association-presents-long-service-awards/
  • Craig McMahon
    Singer-songwriter Craig McMahon talks about his music and performs live in the studio.
  • Lucy Taylor & Bev Favager
    Lucy Taylor and Bev Favager talk about the latest from Home Instead Senior Care Wirral.
  • Korean Billy
    Scouse wordsmith Korean Billy pops into the studio to chat about to Ian and Helen his viral videos.
  • Georgina Roberts
    Georgina Roberts from Guy Williams Layton solicitors discusses making a will with our friends at The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity
  • Georgina Peterson
    Georgina Peterson, author of Freaks Like Me, talks about writing about her invisible illness.
  • Katie White
    Katie White from the Real Food Kitchen talks all things culinary with Di Gaskell.
  • Katie Toale
    Katie Toale from Rain talks about seed nutrition and alternative healthy natural products
  • Stephen Joiner
    Stephen Joiner from Wallasey Guide Dogs talks to Ian Grant and Helen Sestan about raising money for the charity, and about his own dog Jodie
  • Barbara Baker & Allan Grogan
    Talking about dementia with Barbara Baker and Allan Grogan from Dementia Together Wirral
  • Ronny Goodlass
    Ronny Goodlass talks about his career at Everton and his views on the Toffees today.
  • John Barnes
    John Barnes, Liverpool FC’s most successful rapper, takes on the Sugarhill Gang’s Rapper’s Delight.
  • John Barnes
    John Barnes, the former Liverpool footballer and England international, talks to Radio Clatterbridge.
  • Damian Darlington
    Damian Darlington of Brit Floyd, Pink Floyd tribute act, talks to Di Gaskell at Radio Clatterbridge
  • Average Joseph
    Average Joseph aka Stevie Stewart talks about his musical career and sings a few of his songs
  • 3-2-1 Go Green
    Hundreds go green in 3-2-1 fun run in aid of The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.
  • Lindsay Kennedy
    Lindsay Kennedy, Community Champion at Tesco Heswall, gives Radio Clatterbridge a £2,000 donation.
  • Geoffrey Watt & Gaynor Westray
    Wirral Mayor Cllr Geoffrey Watt & Gaynor Westray, Director of Nursing at Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, talk about the Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends on the 65th anniversary of the charity.
  • Amanda Rummery
    Amanda Rummery from Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends talks about the charity’s 65th anniversary
  • Mark Parkinson & Elspeth Wilson
    Mark Parkinson & Elspeth Wilson talk to Ian Grant about Going Green for The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity
  • Alan Dedicoat
    The BBC broadcaster and patron of the Hospital Broadcasting Association makes the announcement following our Doddy Day tributes to Sir Ken Dodd.
  • Sylvia Briercliffe
    Cycling granny Sylvia Briercliffe returns to Radio Clatterbridge to talk about her latest adventures.
  • Alex Thomas
    David Bowie tribute act Alex Thomas talks about the Classic Rock Show coming to the Liverpool Phil
  • Fostering
    Julie from Wirral Fostering talks to Ian Grant and Helen Sestan about foster caring
  • Rock Choir
    Wirral’s Rock Choir entertain Radio Clatterbridge listeners with some of their Christmas favourites.
  • Light Up A Life
    Listen again to the 2018 Light Up A Life service from Wirral Hospice St John’s
  • Lauren Ray
    Singer songwriter Lauren Ray talks to Radio Clatterbridge about her new tour with Paul Carrack. 
  • Mackenzie James Cregan
    Mackenzie James Cregan, Liverpool-based singer/songwriter/musician from Los Angeles, chats to presenter Di Gaskell and plays a live acoustic set. 
  • Geoffrey Watt
    The Mayor of Wirral Cllr Geoffrey Watt and Mayoress Anne Watt choose their favourite songs and talk about their mayoral year. 
  • Port Sunlight Sea Dogs
    The Port Sunlight Sea Dogs play Liverpool shanties live in the studio and chat to Coffee Club presenter Frank Carroll
  • Emily Sault
    Emily Sault returns to Radio Clatterbridge to talk about this year’s Wirral Charity Post.
  • David Stanley
    Liverpool-based author David Stanley talks to Radio Clatterbridge about his book The Bag.
  • Cheryl Thomson
    Cheryl Thomson from British Red Cross talks to Steve Evans about the work of the charity.
  • Kevin Jay
    Illusionist Kevin Jay from Chester talks about his magic and skills with hypnotism. 
  • The Jagz
    Wirral’s indie-psych quintet The Jagz chat to Radio Clatterbridge presenter and share their music with listeners.
  • Elspeth Wilson
    Elspeth Wilson, fundraising manager for Clatterbridge Cancer Charity, talks to Ian Grant on Radio Clatterbridge’s Coffee Club about current projects, including #Clatterbricks.
  • Sophie Smith & John McWilliams
    Sophie Smith and John McWilliams from Wirral Advocacy talk to Radio Clatterbridge.
  • Astrid Smith
    Astrid Smith, the youngest Jazz and blues singer in the UK from Team Will.I.Am on The Voice Kids chats to Radio Clatterbridge and shares her music.
  • Alex Thomas
    David Bowie tribute act Alex Thomas talks to Di Gaskell on Radio Clatterbridge
  • Christopher Maloney
    Former X Factor and Celebrity Big Brother star Christopher Maloney talks to Radio Clatterbridge’s Di Gaskell about his new book Wildcard.
  • Amanda Rummery
    Amanda Rummery, Chair of Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends, talks to Dave Adams on Radio Clatterbridge.
  • Billy Howard & Anna Menaul
    Billy Howard & Anna Menaul from Wirral Hospice St John’s talk to us about their forthcoming events
  • Emma Gittoes
    Emma Gittoes from Asda talks about the supermarket’s 2018 Tickled Pink campaign for breast cancer
  • Alison Blackler
    Transformational mind coach Alison Blackler talks about achieving dreams and why we think how we do
  • 45 years of Saturday shows
    Dave Williams, Roger Hazlewood, Phil Price and Dave Adams celebrate 45 years of Saturday programmes on Radio Clatterbridge. 
  • Robert Cray
    Legendary blues and soul singer-songwriter-guitarist Robert Cray talks about his career and future.
  • Caryn Walker
    Caryn Walker talks about her book Tell me you’re sorry, Daddy.
  • Debbie Montgomery
    Debbie Montgomery talks to Radio Clatterbridge about Age UK Wirral.
  • Richard Roberts
    Richard Roberts from Wirral Food Bank talks to Radio Clatterbridge’s Ian Grant.
  • Chris Pointon
    Hello My Name Is founder Chris Pointon talks about the campaign and the legacy of his wife Kate Granger.