'Liverpool Life' podcast - week ending December 5, 2014.

Dec 04, 2014, 11:53 AM

In this week’s podcast: Liverpool already has one of the lowest voter turn-outs in the country – but it could be even lower at next year’s general election: we find out why. Plus, there’s more good news about Liverpool’s economic about-turn – will all roads lead to the city? As Merseyside police’s anti drink-drive/drugs campaign gets underway we ask if we should we follow Scotland’s lead in cutting the legal alcohol limit by half; Liverpool’s cabbies aren’t happy – we find out why; one of Liverpool centre’s remaining derelict eye-sores is set to be transformed to a vogueish apart-hotel: but is there demand for it? Liverpool’s new local TV channel launched this week – but will it succeed when previous stations have failed? We grill the boss of Bay TV. Ricky Tomlinson admits he talks a load of a*** when he claims he’s done the housework – there’s more secrets revealed in the name of charity. Liverpool fans protest about ticket prices – we have the details on that in a full sports’ round up. The ‘what’s on’ round up includes a Christmas show featuring a Scouser in the Antarctic! It’s all in our last podcast of the year and before the students go on a month’s work experience. On behalf of the whole ‘Liverpool Life’ radio/podcast team – thanks for listening this year, have a great festive season and a brilliant 2015. Catch you back on the pod in the new year! (Music: 'The Wild Dogs of Nauru' by The Womb. Used under a Creative Commons licence). #Liverpool #LSU #LFC #EFC #Ricky #Tomlinson