episode #102 interesting Wirral

Marine Lake, West Kirby, UK The name Wirral literally means "myrtle corner", from the Old English wir, a myrtle tree, and heal, an angle, corner or slope. It is supposed that the land was once overgrown with bog myrtle, a plant no longer found in the area, but plentiful around Formby, to which Wirral would… Continue reading episode #102 interesting Wirral

episode #82 treasures of Wirral

Hoylake the name Hoylake was derived from Hoyle Lake West Kirby "Kirby" is an old Norse (Viking) name, meaning ‘church-town’ originally Kirkjubyr, meaning 'village with a church’. The form with the modifier "West" exists to distinguish it from the other town of the same name in Wirral: Kirkby-in-Walea (now the modern town of Wallasey).  Port… Continue reading episode #82 treasures of Wirral

episode #81 back to the past

Spoken word Robert Minhinnick: The Rhinoceros read by Michael Sheen Music The Propellerheads feat. Miss Shirley Bassey: History Repeating  Boards of Canada: New Seeds Moby: In This World The Good, The Bad & The Queen: History Song Morcheeba: Gained The World Gabin: Keep It Cool Underworld: Dirty Epic Rufus Wainwright: Complainte de la Butte Damon… Continue reading episode #81 back to the past