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Comedian and actor Phil Cornwell and Mike Scott of The Waterboys.
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Whose London on TV history and the digital switchover.
Listed Londoner actor Timothy Spall and author John Lancaster.
Restaurant critic Jay Rayner and author Michelle Hanson on her new book.
This week’s ‘Fourfer’ is The Pointer Sisters.
Fashion designer Ozwald Boateng and actress Tyne Daly.
British archaeologist David M. Wilson and musician Nanci Griffiths.
‘Whose London’ on photography and author Clinton Heylin.
‘Your Old School’ is Woodberry Down Comprehensive School with ex-pupil Theo Paphitis.
Is London slowly vanishing? Philip Davies and Suggs discuss.
Acupuncturist Emma Cannon, this week's Fourfer is Emmylou Harris and Beth Hart live.
Jason Solomons talks films, author William Boyd is in plus artist Jasmine Kara.
Calypso music in London, pop up libraries and Nerino Pallot is in to talk to Robert.
Whose London is with Rob Reason and Hilary Davidson, Maxwell Hutchinson and Tina May.
Listed Londoner Linda Phillips, Louis Barfe on his new book and Laura Wright on language.
Nick Gibb, Jonathan Douglas and Julia Eccleshare on getting boys interested in reading.
This week’s ‘Fourfer’ is The The.
This week’s Cover To Cover’ is I’d rather Go Blind by Etta James and Rod Stewart.
Director of the London Transport Museum Sam Mullins and producer Anthony Wall.
‘Whose London’ on Charles Dickens with actor Simon Callow.
‘Your Old School’ is Eltham Green Comprehensive School with ex-pupil Glenn Tilbrook.
Book reviews with Alex Clark and human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell.
This week’s ‘Fourfer’ is Boz Scaggs.
This week’s ‘Cover To Cover’ is Crusin’ by Smokey Robinson and D'Angelo.
Comedian Terry Alderton and musician Jose Hernando.