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Welcome to the new episode of our podcast about London, produced and presented by N Quentin Woolf. Also available on iTunes.
In The Studio
- N Quentin Woolf, presenter.
- Mark Duncan of the Cornucopia Theatre Company
- Stuart Langley of the Disappearing Dining Club
The guests pick apart the past week’s news, including the royal wedding, provision of play areas for kids and London’s poor quality, as well as discussing their favourite aspects of ‘hidden London’. And a puppet version of Apocalypse Now, on a barge.
Interview: Miss World and the Angry Brigade
Rob Baker, author of the excellent blog Another Nickel in the Machine, talks about a forgotten 1970′s terror attack and its links to the 1970 Miss World event at the Royal Albert Hall.
Lucy Inglis of Georgian London web site continues her potted history of London Bridge.
Ruaridh Anderson sings an ode to Execution Dock in Wapping.
Arts and Events
Roundup of new openings by N Quentin Woolf.
Image by wallyg in the Londonist Flickr pool.