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 BBC RADIO MERSEYSIDE CDs       CDs £10 each inc p+p worldwide (except for Dixie Dean mp3)

LIVERPOOL - RED LETTER DAYS      MS.CD.605    53 mins 

BBC Radio Merseyside presents at the rise and success of the Reds in the 60s and 70s under their charismatic new manager, Bill Shankly. Lifelong supporter Willie Miller narrates an excellent Ian Kennedy production. Includes interviews with many players.

LIVERPOOL - 2001 - A RED ODYSSEY     MS.CD.363    39 mins

Liverpool F.C.'s record-breaking season under Gerard Houllier included 3 major cups and a place in the Champions League. Ian Kennedy presents a BBC Radio Merseyside tribute to their best season for 20 years.

LIVERPOOL - KINGS OF EUROPE 2005     MS.CD.577    50 mins

BBC Radio Merseyside relives the 2005 European Cup Final. An astonishing match, packed with drama and passion, ended with the nightmare of penalties. Steven Gerrard's amazing performance brought the Cup to Merseyside for the fifth time.

LIVERPOOL - NEVER SAY DIE - FA CUP 2006     MS.CD.592    66 mins

BBC Radio Merseyside tells the story of perhaps the greatest F.A. Cup Final ever seen. The spirit of the reds, driven by a colossus called Gerrard, seems able to vanquish any opponent. Enjoy the pain and pleasure of another 3-3 and penalties Liverpool miracle.



NINE GREAT No. 9s - EVERTON     MS.CD.390    72 mins

Everton have been blessed with an abundance of world-class centre-forwards - none more so than the greatest ever - Dixie Dean. 60 league goals in a season seems in the realms of pure fantasy. BBC Radio Merseyside's Charles Lambert makes his pick of the strikers and canvasses opinions from players and fans.


100 years of top-flight football is celebrated with a history of one of the world's most successful club sides. From Dixie Dean to Wayne Rooney, this 2002 documentary is expertly crafted by BBC Radio Merseyside's Mike Hughes. A must for all true blues









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SHANKS FOR THE MEMORY     MS.CD.359    52 mins

John Keith's comic Shankly tales - based on time spent with the great man, are as good as any comedy script. Including some terrific 'shaggy dog' stories, this was recorded at various venues, including the Shankly suite at Anfield. The 61 tracks give you instant access to all the listed stories.


Recorded mainly at Radio City in 1975, John Keith and Bill Shankly delve into all aspects of his 15 ground-breaking years at Anfield. Did you know he was the first manager to pick his team? It covers everything from his early Scottish childhood to the thrill of taking Liverpool into Europe for the very first time.

SHANKLY - THE VOICE OF FOOTBALL - Volume 1     MS.CD.355    65 mins

In interview with David McDermott, Shankly talks about what made his team great. He explains how he motivated his men and how he enjoyed settling on Merseyside.

SHANKLY - THE VOICE OF FOOTBALL - Volume 2     MS.CD.356    68 mins

In the second series of interviews with David McDermott, Shankly ranges over many subjects. He talks about his methods of training and about other great teams and players. He talks about Puskas and Pele and gives sound advice to young footballers.


John Keith's expert and incisive biography of the man who made Liverpool a world force in football features interviews with Shankly and many of his players. This is his complete story. Always ready with a quip and a novel approach, Shankly's management style, laced with equal doses of humour and bravado, was legendary.








This 50-track CD plays only on MP3 compatible CD/ DVD/ PC players. Celebrated TV Pundit, Journalist and Biographer JOHN KEITH tells the complete warts-and-all story of perhaps the greatest sportsman of all time. (Did you know that Dixie was a scratch golfer, a sprint champion and also played baseball for England?) John recorded many interviews and Dean's great good humour and down-to-earth recollections surprise and amuse. In the 1927/28 season, he scored 100 times - bagging 60 league goals for Everton F.C. What the blazes would he be worth today?

Including comments from his team mates and present-day players, this is spell-binding insight into the world of professional football in the Twenties and Thirties. His exploits, on and off the field, made the humble Birkenhead-born William Ralph Dean a world-wide celebrity who will never be forgotten. (He stopped the England team giving a Nazi salute in Germany! He also headed in a goal whilst he had a metal plate in his head covering a fracture of the skull!)

This amazing man laid the basis for today's Goodison dynasty. The CD features the contemporary music of the era throughout. Dixie Dean's story has never before been made available anywhere else in the world - this is the only one. It's a masterpiece.

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