Robert Elms

Robert Elms

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.

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Recent episodes (4)

  • Rick Stein, Lenny Henry & Talking Statues 22/08/14

    Wed, 20 Aug 14

    Duration:
    42 mins

    Available:
    23 days remaining

    On this week's podcast: Chef and TV presenter Rick Stein talks fish and a myriad of ways to cook it with the help of his new book "Rick Stein's Fish & Shellfish", comedian and actor Lenny Henry speaks about his Radio 4 sitcom "Rudy's rare records" which is jumping from the airwaves to the stage and the creative director of Sing London, Colette Hillier helps bring some of London's most iconic statues to life with her latest project, "Talking Statues".

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  • Dinosaurs in London, Francis Czucha and Roger McGuinn 15th August 2014

    Fri, 15 Aug 14

    Duration:
    35 mins

    Available:
    18 days remaining

    Author Francis Czucha on his book “Old Fulham”. The Crystal Palace Dinosaurs and live music from Roger McGuinn.

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  • Sally Butcher, Ruth Miller and WW1 8th August 2014

    Fri, 8 Aug 14

    Duration:
    42 mins

    Available:
    11 days remaining

    Sally Butcher on her book “Salmagundi: Salads from the Middle East and Beyond”, founder of the London Mural Preservation Society Ruth Miller and World War One At Home with David Friend and historian Jerry White.

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  • The Olympic Cauldron, The Inbetweeners 2 and the latest Listed Londoner 1/8/14

    Fri, 1 Aug 14

    Duration:
    59 mins

    Available:
    4 days remaining

    On this week's podcast: Georgina Young, curator at the Museum of London tells Robert about the new addition to the museum, The 2012 Olympic Cauldron exhibition. The men behind "The Inbetweeners 2", Iain Morris & Damon Beesley join Robert and Jason Solomons to talk about the new movie, while we all find out what a disobedient object is with the help of The V&A's Gavin Grindon plus one of Robert's favourite listed Londoners, Photographer and Ex-Restaurateur Charlie Phillips take the famous fifteen questions.

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