Welcome to the latest episode of Londonist Out Loud, a podcast about London, as recommended by The Telegraph. You can listen in-browser, or subscribe via iTunes or RSS. We’re also available on Stitcher.
Londonist Out Loud is presented and produced by N Quentin Woolf.
This week N Quentin Woolf is off to Hitherfield Primary School in Streatham. Here he chats with children about their edible playground, where they grow strawberries, apples, potatoes, pumpkins, cabbages and much more. N Quentin's special guest this week is Sharon Johnson, chief executive of Trees for Cities. The two discuss the Victorians' legacy of tree planting in London, and how it's our duty to continue their good work. Hitherfield's head teacher also pops in to give N Quentin a history of the school, and Streatham in general.
Show notes by Will Noble.
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