Chef Allegra McEvedy and sports journalist Henry Blofeld.
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This week’s ‘Fourfer’ is Lou Rawles and musician Southside Johnny.
We have Jason Solomons, Macy Grey and Derren Brown in the studio to talk to Robert.
Comedian Tony Hawks and musician Sandi Thom.
‘Whose London’ on French London and musician Glenn Frey.
Listed Londoner author Kimberley Chambers and singer Frankie Valli.
Travelling at an older age, book reviews with Alex Clark and singer Tony Bennett.
This week's Fourfer is Julie London, plus funky Friday to get you in the weekend mood.
Film producer Sandra Schulberg and novelist Carlos Ruiz Zafon are in plus cover to cover.
We look at British design and the London Transport Museum, plus Mica Paris is in.
Whose London with Leo Hollis, Miriam Robinson and Tim Bryars, plus musician James Torme.
We hear from our Listed Londoner Tayo Irvine Hendrix, daughter of Jimmi Hendrix.
Marco Pierre White is in to tell us about his new programme 'Kitchen Wars'.
This week’s ‘Fourfer’ is Sparks.
This week’s ‘Cover To Cover’ is Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever by The Four Tops and Dion.
Andrea Stuart on her new book and jazz singer Gregory Porter.
‘Whose London’ on pubs, Maxwell Hutchinson on architecture and artist Grayson Perry.
‘Your Old School’ is Acland Burghley School.
Philip Dundas on food and conductor Carl Davis.
Simon is joined by author Rachel Lichenstein and director Douglas Hodge plus Funky Friday.
Simon Lederman sits in for Robert.
Zoe Craig on this weekend and Jude Kelly from the Southbank Centre.
This week’s ‘Fourfer’ is The Gladiators.