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Podcast, Liverpool links and WWII memories

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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 13:58 UK time, Friday, 2 May 2008

Listen to the podcast: NE Wales Update
This week, reporter Chris Dearden boards the first direct train between Wrexham and London for 40 years; is fingerprinting schoolchildren [tag: biometrics] to reduce school dinner queues a good idea; Sarah Easedale meets the Cheshire villagers who want to be Welsh; Good Morning Wales travels to the European Parliament in Strasbourg with a group of Denbighshire students and a naughty cockerel is expelled by a school in Llandudno.

Meanwhile, today's Roy Noble show [from 2.30pm] is looking at links between Liverpool and Wrexham which is a theme of this year's Wrexham Arts Festival.

Among the events is a play called We'll Keep a Welcome based on the memories of Merseyside evacuees who came to live in North Wales during WWII.

Memoryshare: WWII memories

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