Colin Hall is a former and current resident of Woolton and the Wirral. He read Law at the University of Liverpool, graduating in 1970. For 14 years Colin Hall has been the custodian for `Mendips', John Lennon's former childhood home in Liverpool which is owned by the National Trust. It was donated to the Trust by Yoko Ono in 2003. Before this he managed rock musicians Sam Genders and Liam Bailey (who wrote and sang "Blind Faith" for Chase and Status, and was signed to Amy Winehouse's record label). For years Colin has written music features and reviews for R2 and before that What's On In London and Get Rhythm. Colin and his wife Sylvia (who is the custodian for Paul McCartney's former home) are currently Liverpool City Region `Tourism Stars of the Year, 2017'. Colin was a lead member of Bob Harris's research team on his Sony Radio Award winning BBC Radio 2 documentary, "The Day John Met Paul."