His guests this week are:
- Lucy Inglis, historian and writer of Georgian London
- Alex Werner, curator of Museum of London
- Matt Brown, editor of Londonist
The guests discuss recent London news and features. Today's topics include Ken's transport ideas, renaming historical buildings, the Olympic Tube Map, alternatives to avoid traffic during the Olympics, Canada Square Gardens's new artwork, the Aeolus sculpture, the Dickens and London exhibition, London's microclimate and acient landscape, the development of the Elephant & Castle area, affordable housing possibilities throughout London, the limited edition of Oyster cards for the Queen's Jubilee and other interesting stories, accompanied by a historical quiz.
NQW is also taking a tour of the Dickens and London exhibition with curator Alex Werner.
What’s On In London
NQW rounds up the best new exhibitions and shows opening over the coming week.
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