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, 17 May 13
27 days remaining
South Londoner David Brennan’s a media analyst and has worked in the TV and print industry for over thirty years he came in to talk about his book “TV's Not Dead”. London-based printmaker and illustrator Paul Catherall spoke to us about his work exhibiting at the OXO tower. Musician, producer Martyn Ware came in to tell us about his new British Electric Foundation album “Dark”. Vocal coach David Grant, shot to fame after appearing on Pop Idol and Fame Academy. He’s worked with the Spice Girls, Charlotte Church and Joss Stone celebs and was our listed Londoner this week….
Fri, 10 May 13
20 days remaining
Dexy’s Kevin Rowland & trombonist Jim Paterson popped in to talk about their new album “One Day I’m Going To Soar”. Julie Burchill’s novel “Ambition” has just been re-released. Another chance to hear Hormazd Narielwalla telling us about the relationship between Saville Rowe suit patterns and his art. Actor Ralf Little talks about starring in A Day in the Death of Joe Egg at the Rose Theatre Kingston.
Fri, 3 May 13
13 days remaining
Comedian and broadcaster and musician, Barry Cryer talking about an evening of comedy & music in memory of Linda Smith all in the name of charity. Hadley Freeman, a fashion columnist and author of “Be Awesome”. Gardening expert St John Stephens shares spring tips. TV and film producer Tony Garnett.
Sun, 28 Apr 13
8 days remaining
On this week’s podcast: Gillian Lynne, best known for choreographing Cats and Phantom of the Opera takes Robert’s famous “Listed Londoner” questions, ahead of her receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award at this year's Olivier Awards. Neon King of Soho, Chris Bracey came in to tell Robert about his thirty year career as a light artist and his first UK exhibition and television presenter, writer and horticulturist Monty Don dropped by to talk about his new book.
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