| By: N Quentin Woolf

Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast For London, 15 July 2011

Welcome to the latest episode of Londonist Out Loud, a podcast about London. You can listen in-browser, or subscribe via iTunes or RSS.

London news and opinion
Londonist Out Loud is presented and produced by N Quentin Woolf. In the studio with him this week…

  • Annie Mole, author of London's most famous Tube blog, Going Underground and organiser of NomNomNom.
  • Olivia Armstrong, storyteller and 'London's second-best-kept secret.

The guests tackle the latest attempt to travel to all the Underground stations in one day, the head found in David Attenborough's garden and other murders, the Horniman walrus on Twitter, a bloggers' cookery contest and London-themed food, and debunking a few London myths.

N Quentin Woolf visits Mohammed Uddin, Task Force Leader at Tomorrow's People, a charity that helps disadvantaged Londoners find and keep a job. He then speaks to one of the people taking the courses offered by this laudable organisation.

Busker John Vanek sings The Invisible Dreams of Vernon Dupont, a song inspired by two eponymous roads in Raynes Park where John lives.

3-Minute History
Lucy Inglis of the Georgian London website talks about late 17th Century journalism in London.

Things to do in London
NQW rounds up the latest shows, exhibitions and other happenings around town.

This week's show is supported by Heineken, whose new video shows the coolest date imaginable.

Please email hello@londonist.com if you'd be interested in supporting future episodes of this podcast, which reaches thousands of Londoners.