Colin Serjent reviews the book Speke History Tour in which writer David Paul guides us around its well-known streets and buildings as well as exploring its hidden corners.
Colin Serjent reviews the book written by Les Jones, Secret Wirral, which tells many lesser-known stories of this exceptional peninsula.
Colin Serjent reviews the book by David Paul, Woolton History Tour, which shows at how its famous landmarks used to look and how they have changed over the years.
Recording by Tracey Dunn of the talk by Jef Page about Annie Besant and the Bryant and May match girls strike of East London in 1888.
Joe Coventry reviews the book by Anthony Dawson, The Rainhill Trials, when, in October 1829, a competition was held to find the best form of motive power for the Liverpool and Manchester Railway and travel would never be the same again.
Joe Coventry reviews the book The Port Of Liverpool In The 1960’s & 1970’s, written by shipping historian Ian Collard.
John Owen reviews the launch at Toxteth Library of the book From Pitt Street to Granby, with a discussion with the authors Professor Mike Boyle, Tony Wailey and Madeline Heneghan.
Feature by Lisa Worth on the strike at Cammell Lairds in 1984, in which she interviews Eddie Marnell, a shop steward at that time, who is still campaigning for justice.
Lisa Worth writes about the oldest mosque in the UK, which is based in Brougham Terrace, Kensington, Liverpool.
Plans to commemorate Jim Larkin, the Liverpool/Irish, Trade Union Leader, Socialist and Internationalist, have been proposed by the James Larkin Society.
Recording of local historian John Harrison giving a talk about the history of Aigburth at Toxteth Town Hall’s Heritage Open Day.
Recording by Tracey Dunn of local historian Ken Pye who spoke at Toxteth Town Hall’s Heritage Open Day event about the history of the seven hills of Liverpool.
John Owen reviews Workhouse to Worship, the exhibition to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral, on at Central Library Hornby Room till 29th September.
After a visit to the Great Homer Street Market, Janet McCusker remembers what it used to be like when she worked there in the 60’s.
In March 2016, the fascinating story of one of Liverpool’s forgotten heroes, Edward Rushton, is finally set to be told in a new play at the Everyman Theatre.