Robert Elms brings you the latest queries, notes and best bits from his BBC London show over the past seven days. The man with a passion for the capital shares his thoughts, feelings and views on what makes the city tick. Every Friday download your weekly view from Robert's side of London life.
Thu, 25 Sep 14
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On this week's podcast: Robert welcomes old friends Steve Norman and Gary Kemp from Spandau ballet alongside George Hencken, the director of ‘Soul Boys of the Western World’ which follows the ups and downs of the iconic 80’s band. Comedian turned TV Presenter turned writer, Paul Merton drops by with a copy of his new autobiography “Only When I Laugh” and journalist Andrew Marr becomes Robert's latest listed Londoner.
Sat, 20 Sep 14
19 days remaining
Dotun Adebayo sits in for Robert and chats to award winning writer Tony Grounds about ‘Our Girl’ starring Lacey Turner, this week's 'Listed Londoner' Will Self talks about his new book ‘Shark’, former Immigration Minister Barbara Rochee discusses her latest project ‘Germans In Britain’ and Director of Urban Movement, John Dales chats about ‘How the City Works’, which is part of the London Open House weekend.
Fri, 12 Sep 14
11 days remaining
Author Val McDermid talks about her new book ‘The Skeleton Road’, Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgard chats about his latest thriller ‘In Order Of Disappearance’, this week’s ‘Whose London’ guest Professor Richard Vinen discusses National Service and James Bond legend Sir Roger Moore talks about his new book ‘Last Man Standing’.
Wed, 3 Sep 14
1 day remaining
Dotun Adebayo sits in for Robert and chats to classical pianist James Rhodes about his new channel 4 documentary and instrument amnesty, writer and director Steven Knight chats about his latest film ‘Locke’ shot entirely inside a car over the course of a long motorway journey and London based graphic designer Lee Acaster talks about the shot that won him this year’s British Wildlife Photography Award.
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