Helen Sestan, Chris Pointon and Ian Grant display their #HelloMyNameIs signsThe co-founder of an international campaign for compassionate care has told Radio Clatterbridge that he hopes it will continue for generations to come.

Chris Pointon came into the studio to talk about #HelloMyNameIs which he started with his late wife Dr Kate Granger.

Sandra Scott from Home Instead Senior Care WirralListeners to Radio Clatterbridge have been warned of the dangers of scamming amid claims it is one of the most commonplace crimes in Wirral.

It comes as one of the station's sponsors has begun to offer free advice about how to avoid being duped.

Cathy Roberts with Di GaskellA "woman with a washing line" who had no experience of sailing has explained how she took to the sea after recovering from a serious illness.

Cathy Roberts, who owns a bookshop in Wirral, rescued a 70 year old tug boat after buying it from a used car salesman.

Ian Grant and Helen Sestan during the outside broadcastRadio Clatterbridge has helped celebrate the 70th birthday of the National Health Service by partying like it was 1948.

We joined workers, patients and volunteers to mark the historic milestone with a series of special programmes.

Gaynor Westray (Credit: @westraygaynor)A senior hospital manager has told Radio Clatterbridge about her own personal experience of the NHS after being treated three times for cancer.

Gaynor Westray, Director of Nursing at Wirral University Teaching Hospitals, was speaking as part of the 70th birthday celebrations for the health service.

Barney Schofield (Credit: The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre)Listeners have been told that The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre will continue to invest in its Wirral site despite some services moving to Liverpool.

It comes as the hospital celebrated the 70th anniversary of the National Health Service.

Clatterbridge nurse Kathy ShirleyThree septuagenarians have been sharing their personal stories of the NHS with Radio Clatterbridge.

The trio, who were all born in the same year as the health service was formed, were talking as part of a special week of programmes to celebrate its 70th anniversary.

The opening of Clatterbridge's Regional Radiotherapy Centre on 28th March 1958  (Credit: The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre)Radio Clatterbridge is joining the rest of the UK in celebrating the 70th anniversary of the National Health Service.

The NHS was launched here in the north west by Aneurin Bevan, the health secretary at the time, at Manchester's Park Hospital (now Trafford General) on 5th July 1948.

We're also in the news!

  • 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.