His interviewee this week is:
- Charles Henty, Under-Sheriff and Secondary of London
Today’s topics include the impact of the Olympics Opening Ceremony, a popularity boost for Boris, Londonist readers' comments on what minor changes they'd like to see to our city, the unexpectedly good public transport during the Games, the complaints of shops in Oxford Street and Covent Garden about decreasing trade due to the Olympics, changes to the Olympic Route Network, plaques in the Olympic Park, and alternative events during the Games.
NQW interviews Charles Henty, who runs the Old Bailey, talking about the traditions and history of the court. He also shares stories with us from the everyday life of the court.
NQW also rounds up the week's best openings and events.
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