Wayne Clarke (broadcaster)

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Wayne Clarke (b.10 July 1961) is an award-winning radio presenter and producer.

He is the current holder of the Andrew Cross Award as "Religious Broadcaster of the Year (local and regional)", one of the premier awards for the religious media in the United Kingdom. He is also an ordained Baptist minister. He is currently minister at New North Road Baptist Church, Huddersfield, and was minister at Dovedale Baptist Church, Liverpool from 1994 to 2012.

He was born in Rugby, Warwickshire and attended Lawrence Sheriff School, Keele University and Regent's Park College, Oxford.

From March 2001 to March 2012 he produced and presented "Daybreak", the religious affairs programme on BBC Radio Merseyside. On 1 January 2008 he was listed by the Liverpool Echo as one of the 366 "Scouserati", the most influential people in Merseyside.

He is no relation to Wayne Clarke the footballer and former Everton centre forward, although both were born in 1961 and both made their reputation in the city of Liverpool.

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