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This week’s 'Fourfer’ is Elton John.
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This week’s ‘Cover To Cover’ is Easy Money by Rickie Lee Jones and Lowell George.
Film critic Guy Lodge, writer Vivien Goldman and live music from Neville Skelly.
Whose London looks at adventure play grounds and live music from Albert Lee.
Today's Listed Londoner is Denis Norden and historian Helen Baker on World War One.
The 30th anniversary of Spitting Image and Joseph Connolly on 'The A-Z of Eating Out'.
James Crawford on ‘Aerofilms: A History of Britain From Above’ and an Al Jerreau Fourfer.
Claudia Lennear on the documentary film and Cover to Cover is Elton John Vs Rod Stewart.
Playwrite Dan Allum and live music from Damien Dempsey.
Whose London on London urban myths, Maxwell Hutchinson and photographer David Bailey.
Listed Londoner singer Ben Watt and jazz musician Sachal Vasandani.
Soul legend Al Jarreau is appearing at Ronnie Scott's and hunker-down food.
Author Paul Watson, today's Fourfer, food with Nigel Barden and soul singer Ruth Koleva.
This week’s ‘Cover To Cover’ is Hit The Road Jack by Ray Charles and Big Youth.
Author Turney Duff and live music from Eilidh Mckellar.
‘Whose London’ on housing and live music from Rosanne Cash.
Listed Londoner journalist Donald Hinds and musician Lisa Stansfield.
Tim Arthur sits in for Robert.
Dotun Adebayo sits in for Robert.
This week’s ‘Cover To Cover’ is MacArthur Park by Richard Harris and Donna Summer.
Historian Barbara Taylor, actress Anne Reid and Jalal Nuriddin from The Last Poets.
‘Whose London’ on Soho, Maxwell Huitchinson on architecture and musician Kenney Jones.
Listed Londoner actress Frances Ruffelle and live music from Debra Debs.
The Yam Yam! festival at The Albany and Clare Dwyer Hogg goes shopping.