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.
Fri, 23 Jan 15
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On this week's podcast: Film director Alex Garland joins Robert and Jason Solomons to talk about his latest film " Ex Machina", DJ and radio presenter Trevor Nelson pops in to talk about his new CD "The Trevor Nelson Collection 3" which came out this month and The Clash's Paul Simonon shows his artistic side to Robert as he talks about his new art exhibition at the ICA in London.
Wed, 14 Jan 15
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On this week’s podcast: Booker T Jones pops in ahead of his sold old shows over at Ronnie Scott’s. Author James Russell speaks about his book "Peggy Angus: Designer, teacher, painter" which highlights the life of London artist Peggy Angus. Comedian Josie Long drops by to talk about her new tour, which is coming to the Soho Theatre and we hear from Robert's latest listed Londoner, the crime author Dreda Say Mitchell.
Fri, 9 Jan 15
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On this week’s podcast: British artist and printmaker Tobias Till becomes Robert’s latest listed Londoner and speaks about his return to the London art fair plus how London inspires his work. The co-founder of the Herb Lester city guide publishing company, Ben Olins and Frankie Unsworth join Robert to talk about their latest guide, "London's Larder" which looks at where you can find the best groceries and food stuffs in London plus Fatos Ustek,the curator of the Fig-2 exhibition at the ICA tells Robert about her plans to hold 50 exhibitions over the next 50 weeks.
Fri, 2 Jan 15
3 days remaining
On this week’s podcast, Robert is joined by actor turned author, Ray Brooks who came in to talk about his second novel "Lies" which he based on a character often seen in Brighton before his death. TV Presenter and Chef, Lorraine Pascale talks about her passion for cooking and being the Government’s first fostering ambassador and actresses Sarah Thom & Sarah Toogood are welcomed into the studio to tell us more about their play "Bette & Joan: The Final Curtain" which brings together two legendary icons and rumoured adversaries of the silver screen, Bette Davis and Joan Crawford.
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