On this week's Weekender podcast, Gareth Roberts is joined by Damian Kavanagh, Jay McKenna and Paddy Fitzsimons to look back over the last week, after a huge win over Atalanta BC inspired by a hat trick from summer signing Diogo Jota, and ahead to the title six pointer against Manchester City.
Also on the show, the lids from Lost Dock Rum
talk to John Gibbons about the support from the city
during the pandemic, there's a preview of Steven Gerrard on the High Performance Podcast
talking about his relationship with former teammates, and social justice charity Micah Liverpool
speak about their work in the community.
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Three Lids Rum Ltd and launched Liverpool Lost Dock Rum in 2019 to celebrate the most significant moment in the history of this great city.
Lost for two centuries, Liverpool’s revolutionary Old Dock transformed the city into one of the most innovative, ambitious and multicultural ports in the world. Daily shipments of Rum, Tea, Sugar and Spices would flow through the dock.
With notes of Vanilla, Ginger, Cardamom, Tea, Orange and a hint of Smoke, this Rum is a fitting tribute to the Lost Dock of Liverpool.
The High Performance Podcast brings you an intimate glimpse into the lives of high-achieving, world-class performers who have all excelled in their field with first-hand experiences and lessons to share. Find out what non-negotiable behaviours they employed to get them to the top and keep them there.
Hosting every conversation is sports broadcaster Jake Humphrey and leading organisational psychologist Damian Hughes. Jake is currently BT Sport’s Premier League anchor and former lead presenter of BBC’s Formula One coverage. Damian is an author and professor who continues to work with leading sports organisations to create a high-performing culture.
Micah Liverpool is a social justice charity that has been set up by Liverpool Cathedral, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King and St Bride’s Church to relieve Liverpool residents from social injustice and poverty. They are currently running projects to combat unemployment and deliver emergency food aid and affordable food.
They aim to do this by:
- Providing food and other household items
- Providing advice and support to overcome financial problems and maximise their income, including the development of Recruitability programmes to assist individuals to contribute productively to society
- Raising public awareness of issues relating to poverty, both generally and in relation to social exclusion
- Signposting to relevant information and advisory services
- The preservation and protection of good physical and mental health of individuals, families and the wider community of the area of benefit
Micah Liverpool aims to achieve justice, fairness and wellbeing for Liverpool residents by working in partnership with Liverpool Cathedral and Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, as well as their employer partners and local churches; St Bride’s & St Vincent’s.