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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 14:41 UK time, Tuesday, 24 June 2008

As part of a special week of programming celebrating Liverpool's year as European Capital of Culture, BBC Radio Wales is to simulcast two programme with BBC Radio Merseyside.

Roy Noble will be broadcasting his show from Liverpool on Wednesday and between 15.05 and 15.30 he will be joining forces with BBC Radio Merseyside's Billy Butler for a simulcast between the two stations.

On Thursday, the Phone in Programme with Oliver Hides will be doing a two hour simulcast with Radio Merseyside's between 12.00 and 14.00 - their presenter Roger Phillips and Oliver Hides will be discussing 'Is Liverpool the Capital of North Wales?'

Meanwhile, earlier this week BBC Wales reporter Carl Roberts explored whether devolution had diminished Liverpool's unofficial status as the capital of North Wales. It was broadcast on Eye on Wales. [Listen again]

Finally, read our previous post, Liverpool or Cardiff? to find out about more links between our two regions - or maybe you know of more...

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