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Londonist Out Loud: A Podcast For London, 21 April 2011

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Welcome to the latest edition of our podcast, also available in iTunes.

N Quentin Woolf and guests dissect recent London news:

In the Studio:

The gang discuss the John Snow kissing furore, the royal wedding and its backlash, and the recently excavated skeletons of Bedlam.

On Location
Historian Leo Hollis explores the elegant Home House on Portland Square, epicentre of the Georgian salon scene. The building features in Leo's new book The Stones of London. He then reflects on the future growth of London and its built environment.

Daniele Rugo talks about his new documentary film narrated by Iain Sinclair, London Last Days, which concerns the future of the Olympic area after the games. Watch a taster here.

Three-Minute History
Lucy Inglis of the Georgian London web site whizzes through the history of London Bridge.

Events Roundup
Upcoming arts and events you might want to get tickets for.

Ruaridh Anderson is back with another East London-themed song, this time inspired by IK Brunel and the Great Eastern ship built at Millwall Docks.

Podcast presented and produced by N Quentin Woolf. Follow the podcast on @Londonistsound.