It's my own personal history project stretching back to 2007 - with hundreds of recorded interviews, podcasts and plays. This section of the site is pretty old so don't expect it to work all the time and ignore it asking for Real Player to be loaded.
So Listener beware!!!
Audio tour delivered by Lloyd Grossman
Liverpool's bid for World Heritage status - based on the city's world famous waterfront and cultural buildings - was approved by UNESCO in July 2004.
The city's bid was centred on Liverpool as a Maritime Mercantile city and reflected the city's significance as a commercial port at the time of Britain's greatest global influence.
Discover more about Liverpool with our World Heritage walking tour around the city. Heritage expert Loyd Grossman will take you on an hour-long tour through the city's eight centuries of history.
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Produced by Liverpool City Council
Read what it says it is taken from the Enjoy England website. - "Visit The European Capital of Culture 2008 and fond out what's going on this year." I'm fond of Liverpool to.
Stuart Marconie has been out and about around the North West for the regional development agency recording his experiences. "Stuart's Stories on the move!" as they are called sees him experience - Ferry cross the Mersey...he meets Eric, Vasily and Cap'n Jim - find out what goes on on Stuarts visit with Film stars, politicians, singers, actors. For the glitterati of the early post-war era, there was but one way to enter Liverpool. How true!
It has produced more hit singles than than any other city around the world. - From the Guinness book of Hit singles
Listen to Pete Wylie from the Mighty Wah as he takes you on a music tour of Liverpool from the 1960's to today.