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In this month's episode we focus on two ground-breaking Merseyside companies fighting plastic pollution in very different ways. We hear from Liverpool businessman Neal Maxwell who founded Changing Streams to eradicate plastic from the construction industry. They've already notched up some big-name partners including construction company ARUP and th…
 
After a difficult year, you would be forgiven for missing the LCR Creative & Culture Awards 2020 - it passed us by too! However, when we eventually got wind of these prestigious honours - the team sought to find out more about the winners, especially when so many are associated with Baltic Triangle. We're proud to say that Baltic Creative and Paul …
 
In this month's Baltic Triangle podcast we focus on the issue of mental health - how it affects NHS workers fighting the pandemic. We hear from NHS consultant Dr Terry McLoughlin from the Royal University hospital in Liverpool about their staff well-being programme and from Phil Bridges, the founder of The Mind Map, the one-stop-shop for young peop…
 
We meet the Liverpool woman behind a fresh new approach towards helping seasoned drug and alcohol addicts get back on the straight and narrow.....and we hear from the manager of the amazing Other Everyman in the city centre, where you can watch your favourite movie and eat top notch food at the same time…
 
We talk to Liverpool writer Jeff Young whose new book Ghost Town -a Liverpool Shadowplay has just been published. Jeff Young is a renowned writer for theatre, radio, TV and film. His theatre work has been produced internationally and he has had over 35 radio productions. TV work includes Eastenders, Casualty, Holby City and CBBC. We talk to Jeff ab…
 
In this month's Baltic Triangle podcast we hear two very different views on the state of our national sport from grassroots to professional football. We visit a brand spanking new state-of-the-art football skills centre in Liverpool which is being used by everyone with a love of the beautiful game from families to professional players. As we gain i…
 
Guests on the Baltic Triangle podcast this month are the Liverpool children's author Natalie Reeves-Billing whose books include the acclaimed Monster Me series, and Vicky Gawith, the power behind Merseymade - the shop, cafe & artists studios which only sell locally-made products.
 
In this episode, our Baltic Triangle hosts speak to Dr Edward Lych who has recently qualified to become a junior doctor at Whiston Hospital. Dr Lynch gives us his first-hand account of what it was like to be on the front line when the COVID outbreak first happened. Having become viral on Linkedin for his informative vlogs in the first week of the c…
 
The tv presenter, actor and environmentalist believe there's no reason why the city can't become a world leader in traffic management. Liverpool city council is to set up a £4m fund to pay for a 65-mile network of lanes creating seven new pop-up cycling routes around the city. Simon's been speaking to the Baltic Triangle podcast team of Mick Ord an…
 
Liverpool's mayor provides insight into how the city council has been working on supporting businesses with grants and advice. Joe Anderson also discusses the future of the Littlewoods building and Ten Streets and also how the digital, creative and hospitality sectors will be at the forefront of Liverpool's economic recovery. Our hosts, Mick and Ma…
 
Our special guest on the Baltic Triangle podcast #16 is a Baltic Podcast Regular Professor Michael Parkinson from the University of Liverpool. Micheal is one of the country's leading experts in urban regeneration and in particular the Merseyside economy. We first interviewed Michael last June upon the release of his book, Liverpool - Beyond the Bri…
 
In episode 15 of the Baltic Triangle podcast, our presenters Mick and Mark meet the ex-career criminal from Liverpool who's turned his life around and is now helping to rehabilitate prisoners back into society by finding them worthwhile jobs ….and we hear from the woman behind this year's planned Liverpool Biennial which kicks off in July bringing …
 
We hear so much about the decline of newspapers that it comes as something of a surprise to hear about a local paper that has just INCREASED its circulation by more than 300%. But that's the case with The Scotty Press which is published on our doorstep...and in this month's Baltic Triangle podcast we hear from the Editor about the past, present and…
 
Eastwood Guitars are a international - and unique - company based in Nashville, Chicago and Liverpool. We meet Carl Cook, the Scouse boss of the European operations, based here in Liverpool's Baltic Triangle to hear their story. And keeping with the musical theme we hear from a Merseyside-based music promoter about the thriving grassroots music sce…
 
In our latest Baltic Triangle podcast our intrepid duo Mark Reeson and Mick Ord visit Liverpool's first vertical farm which is based in the heart of the Lifescience UTC academy on Jamaica St. The team at Farm Urban are doing genuinely groundbreaking work growing vegetables that are pesticide-free in highly controlled conditions deep in the crypt of…
 
Mick Ord and Mark Reeson meet the Liverpool businesswoman whose idea of Corporate Social Responsibility is to donate 50% (yes FIFTY) of company profits back into the community - which is one of the reasons why she's been shortlisted for the Liverpool Chamber local hero awards...the only woman. And we also hear from the Baltic entrepreneur who's inv…
 
In this month's Baltic Triangle podcast Mick Ord meets Robbie Davison the man behind Can Cook - the Liverpool-based fresh food catering company which is fighting food poverty by donating money from every single sale to providing nutritious meals for families in need on Merseyside and beyond. Robbie is a controversial figure whose views on the way i…
 
In this episode Mark Reeson catches up with Francesco Mellina about a new project he's involved in. A cutting-edge multi-media art show, Modigliani Opera, which celebrates the work of one of the 20th century’s greatest painters, will open for the first time in the UK in Liverpool. Modigliani Opera is an immersive multi-media show incorporating 360 …
 
In this month's Baltic Triangle podcast we meet the man behind the Liverpool Internet Exchange who made sure that 3/4 million Liverpool fans could access free Wi-Fi during their recent Champions League homecoming... He tells us about some exciting projects he's working on and why he believes Liverpool is still lagging behind other cities in terms o…
 
In this one off special Liverpool Podcast, Mick Ord speaks to one of UK's leading experts on urban regeneration says the financial challenges faced by Liverpool City Council today are greater than those faced by the Militant Labour council in the 1980's. Professor Michael Parkinson has just published Liverpool - Beyond the Brink, more than 30 years…
 
In our latest Baltic Triangle podcast we hear from the Italian scouser whose photographs of Liverpool's vibrant music scene have been attracting dizzying praise since the 1970's and what the revival of the microfunding network Liverpool Soup means for small businesses and organizations looking to get their great ideas off the ground...…
 
TV Producer and screenwriter Phil Redmond explains why he wasn't surprised by Channel 4's decision NOT to put Liverpool on its shortlist to be for it's new out-of-London headquarters. A recommendation on the National HQ and Creative Hubs will be made to the Channel 4 Board at the end of October .....with Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester vying to be…
 
In this month's Baltic Triangle podcast, Mark Reeson visits the owners of one of Liverpool's most iconic (and hard-to-find) pubs and which is fast achieving cult status among the area's pub-goers, and Mick Ord meets the Chief Executive of a grassroots organization which supports community and social businesses in a unique way. In our monthly Baltic…
 
Beer and fashion are the subjects of this months Baltic Broadcasting Company podcast brought to you by our resident beer swilling fashion guru’s Mark Reeson and Mick Ord. They’ve been speaking to two Liverpool and Baltic Triangle based companies at the sharp end of industries that have changed considerably over the past few years, a trend that is l…
 
This month our BAltic Broadcasting Company podcast is featuring 2 organisations working hard to plug the much-publicised skills gap by targeting children and young people. Mick Ord and Mark Reeson have been hearing how All About Stem and The Apprenticeship Hub are getting the message out about the opportunities available for businesses and also the…
 
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