The Baltic Triangle Podcast brings you the Movers, the Shakers & most importantly the DOERS who make the Liverpool City Region tick...business, culture, the arts , health & sport....it's all here, every month.
The Baltic Triangle is a business podcast that will keep you updated with anything new in the professional world.
Episode 30 - Sue King & Jui Jitsu - Gerry Proctor & Engage Liverpool
In this episode Mark speaks to Sue King who is a 7th Dan Japanese Jui Jitsu Sensei, who’s also a Zen Buddhist Monk. She’s established her dojo, Mushin Academy, right in the heart of Norris Green. Sue has been doing amazing work to support children in her community, who’ve had a tough time throughout the Covid Pandemic.
Find out more about Sue King and Mushin Academy at warriormonkliverpool_ on Instagram.
Mick is in conversation with Gerry Proctor the chair of Engage Liverpool - a community residents association representing the estimated 40,000 people who live in the city centre & the waterfront.
Episode 29: The Future of Baltic Creative & James Corbett's Debut Novel... The Outsiders.
In the Baltic Triangle podcast #29 we hear from Mark Lawler the M-D of the Baltic Creative & Director of the Baltic Triangle Area CIC about his vision for the future and how the organisation is spreading its wings towards other parts of Merseyside including, Southport....and we hear why the renowned writer James Corbett has set his acclaimed debut novel ,The Outsiders, in Eighties Liverpool.
Podcast made possible with help from https://www.balticbroadband.com/
Episode 28 - How a Liverpool Restaurant Chain Plans to Recover after Freedom Day & The Bespoke Kitchen Designer On Winning Design Awards
In episode 28 of the Baltic Triangle podcast......'How a Liverpool restaurant chain is fighting back with a vengeance after lockdown and we visit the award-winning Baltic Triangle furniture workshop which has taken quality craftsmanship in wood to another level & about their ambitious plans to expand.
The Podcast team speak to Red & Blue Restaurants who have made a name for themselves in Liverpool by launching great venues such as Salt House Tapas, Bacaro, The Hanover Street Social and Rocket & Ruby. The owners discuss how the chain will push forward with some creative plans after such a difficult time in hospitality.
The team also discuss how a Baltic furniture business H Miller Bros is setting it's sights on bringing bespoke furniture to the domestic kitchen market.
The podcast is supported by Baltic Broadband
Asa Murphy on Lockdown Discovery & Jamie Blennerhassett on Carbon Free Home Building
In the latest Baltic Triangle podcast we hear from the young Liverpool house-builder whose vision of a carbon-free future is already seeing the light of day. We also hear from singer Asa Murphy who discovered a talent for writing children's books when lockdown threatened to destroy his singing career.
EP26 Neal Maxwell from Changing Streams - Arthur Rowland from Plastic Tactics
In this month's episode we focus on two ground-breaking Merseyside companies fighting plastic pollution in very different ways.
We hear from Liverpool businessman Neal Maxwell who founded Changing Streams to eradicate plastic from the construction industry.
They've already notched up some big-name partners including construction company ARUP and the Baltic Triangle Quarter in Liverpool.
We hear too from Arthur Rowland who's the brains behind Plastic Tactics which aims to re-use plastic from the grassroots upwards ,starting with children and families.
Celebrating the Creative Arts in Liverpool
After a difficult year, you would be forgiven for missing the LCR Creative & Culture Awards 2020 - it passed us by too!
However, when we eventually got wind of these prestigious honours - the team sought to find out more about the winners, especially when so many are associated with Baltic Triangle. We're proud to say that Baltic Creative and Paul Curtis became holders of category accolades!
However, we know all about these Liverpool success stories, so we dug a little deeper into the Winners you may not know a lot about...
In this episode Mick Ord and Mark Reeson talk to Local filmmaker/artist/photographer Amber Akaunu and also Mike Morris and Madeline Heneghan from the Writing on the Wall festival.
In association with Baltic Broadband
Insightful & authentic
Great to take part in the podcast Mark was brilliant! Really happy with the way it turned out. Thanks Guys 👍🏻
Great local podcast
There’s some really interest stuff here, and well put together too. I really enjoyed the interview Mick Ord did with the ex-criminal now helping offenders find their feet. Fascinating insight into what it’s like to come out of prison and try to get your life back on track.