A former local police officer spoke to Radio Clatterbridge listeners recently about the upcoming launch of her new book.
A Wirral author is promising to help charities in Clatterbridge after starting a business to support families with cancer or other terminal illness.
Listeners of the Coffee Club have been learning how a number of books have been concealed around the health park for people to find.
A hospital IT worker who has written a novel in his spare time has been compared to Willy Russell.
Coffee 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…
A Liverpool author has revealed how he based his popular crime thriller on a real life incident. David Stanley has found fame since popular novel The Bag was published last year.
An award-winning newspaper journalist has spoken of his love of Liverpool during a visit to Radio Clatterbridge. Peter Grant was a guest on the Coffee Club and shared some of his life story with listeners in the health park.
An up and coming author has invited Radio Clatterbridge listeners to come up with a name for her next book. Gina Kirkham was in the studio to promote her first novel - a story based on her life as a…
A former soldier, who decided to write his memoirs while being treated at Clatterbridge, has returned to the hospital to thank the medics who helped him. Edward Denmark appeared on Radio Clatterbridge's Coffee Club to promote his new book.
A local author has told Radio Clatterbridge how John Lennon paid her a secret visit to repay an old debt. Bromborough-born Ursula Wilde revealed the story during an interview on the Coffee Club about her new autobiography.