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Roger Phillips hosted a debate about cuts to funding for Merseyside arts organisations.
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Roger Phillips takes your calls on the sale of poppies and where they should be available.
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Roger Phillips back and taking calls for and against hunting after a red stag was shot.
Andy Ball sits in. Callers gave their views on a new cruise liner terminal for Liverpool.
Andy Ball sits in. More calls about the impact of the government spending review.
Andy Ball sits in. Spending Review Special Phone In.
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Andy Ball sits in. Callers gave their thoughts on the government's defence cuts.
Callers had mixed opinions on the go ahead for a second Bridge across the mersey in Halton
Lee Bennion sits in. Stay in touch with the world. Call 0151 709 9333 (national rate).
Andy Ball sits in. Merseyside Police Chief Constable talks about police force cuts.
Callers expressed their thoughts on proposed cuts to incapacity benefits.
Debating the issue of war protests live from the John Lennon bed-in at the Bluecoat.
Callers were divided over proposed new owners of Liverpool Football Club