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Looking ahead to London's weekend with Jo Good.
BBC Radio London
Talking To Strangers with Carole Chandler, Ruarri Joseph and The Three Track Review.
Singer Wynne Evans on his new album and Imogen Stubbs stars in 'Strangers On A Train'.
Embassies and ambassadors with Dan Plesch and Tim Arthur from Time Out magazine.
Boutique hotels and Friar Alessandro returns with his second album.
Jo looks into the origins of chimney sweeping plus Angela and Owain on their new play.
Singer and guitarist Richard Durant chats to Jo and joins in with The Three Track Review.
Jemma Redgrave on The Barking Hour and singer Gabrielle performs live.
Actress Valerie Leon and Ian Shircore talks about his new book about John F. Kennedy.
The role of an aunty and live music by choirboy Jack Topping.
Rylan from X Factor and Celebrity Big Brother and the meaning behind shoes.
Harriet Scott sits in to look ahead to London's weekend.
Boyband The Wanted feedback on three new tracks and director of The Butler Lee Daniels.
The Barking Hour with Anna Webb and actors from West End's Eric and Little Ern.
The secrets of operating Joey the War Horse puppet and cartoonist Denise Dorrance.
Gyles Brandreth chats about his new tour and Bibi Lynch talks all things tights.
Rizzle Kicks chat to Jo about their new album and Neil and Sue Perryman.
Gilly Bate and Alex Titov on angling and fly fishing and Texas perform live.
Lisa Riley speaks about her autobiography and Anna Webb joins Jo in The Barking Hour.
The Overtones speak about their new album and singer Mari Wilson performs live.
Clutter with Dawna Walters, fireworks and Blake and Camilla Kerslake perform live.
Actor Kevin Kennedy, director Jim Ennis and Sebastian Langeuneur from Earthfall.
Actor and singer Paul Nicholas, Nell Bryden plays live and the Three Track Review.