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A round up of interesting and unusual plaques from around South London
On the latest instalment of the SLHC Book Club we read The Vorrh by Brian Catling. We’re joined by Sherds host Sam Pulham to discuss the epic fantasy novel.
Bonus: SL Hot Guy World Cup follow up
MyLondon.News recently put together a list of The 13 Sexiest Guys in South London in 2020. Andrew Humphrey and Kezia McInroy join us as we chip in with our thoughts and additions, and count down to number one. Have your say on who are the mos
With South London and the West of Ireland on lockdown, we stay home and put together a pre-Coronavirus local news roundup, including stolen Rembrandts, lost violins, faux altruism and a monarch in Thornton Heath.
We've put together a triple bill of Columbo episodes with South London links: Short Fuse (1972), Dagger of the Mind (1971) and Swan Song (1974). Short Fuse (1972) which features Herne Hill's Roddy McDowall as the murderer, the London-set Dagg
Owen Pomery joins us on a trip to Damien Hirst's Newport Street Gallery, in Vauxhall. We visited the current exhibition John Bellany and Alan Davie: Cradle of Magic.
With guest Stephen Graham. 1. Gavin Bryars - Jesus Blood Never Failed Me 2. Faithless - We Come 1 3. Fairport Convention - Who Knows Where the Time Goes 4. 808INK - Blessed Up 5. The Only Ones - Another Girl, Another Planet 6. Mis-Teeq - S
165: Nicolas Obregon. The author of the Inspector Iwata novels Blue Light Yokohama and Sins As Scarlet. We talked about LA, Tokyo, Madrid and, of course, South London, finding links to Sherlock Holmes and Raymond Chandler.
165: Nicolas Obregon. The author of the Inspector Iwata novels Blue Light Yokohama and Sins As Scarlet. We talked about LA, Tokyo, Madrid and, of course, South London, finding links to Sherlock Holmes and Raymond Chandler.
We're answering listener questions including who'd play us in a SLHC film, worst guest and favourite co-host moments.
163: Playlist VIII Stephen Graham joins us as we compile another South London playlist. Featuring Nadia Rose, The KLF, The Beatles, Cockney Rebel, Charlie Drake, Skengdo and AM, and Bridget St John.Hosted by Jack McInroy and Steve Walsh
162: Local News.
This week we talk about a selected history of radio in South London. We take a trip to the British Vintage Wireless and Television Museum in Dulwich and look at the life of founder Gerry Wells. We also look at South London radio stations from
Featuring The Chemical Brothers, Mumford and Sons, DJ Pied Piper and the Masters of Ceremonies, Monie Love, Skunk Anansie and Tommy Steele
We head to Battersea to visit the power station, dog's home, park and arts centre. We also stop by a John Wayne set, Alfred Hitchock's school and a site of aviation historical significance.
This week we talk about two BBC sitcoms: Outnumbered, which was shot in Wandsorth, and Pulling, which is set in Penge.
Avengers: Age of Ultron, Thor: The Dark World, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and Superman III - superhero films shot, in part, in South London. Our guest is Gavin Graham, who worked on the post production for Avengers and Thor.
This week we're joined by Steve's Mickypedia co-host Micky Boyd for a roundup of South London local news. We've got canine theft, an unorthodox prison escape, decorated gangsters, a dubious world record, and a dead man in a pub.
Episode 155: Feminist Library, 5 Westminster Bridge Road
Andy Poyiadgi, comic creator and filmmaker, is our guest this week, talking about his work (including new book Lost Property), directing adverts and Loughborough Junction.
This week we talk to Helen Zaltzman and Martin Austwick, whose home studio in Crystal Palace has, for the last 8 years, provided a base for Answer Me This! a podcast that has won Sony Awards and critical acclaim as well as the hearts of many de
The Stanley Kubrick Archive is a collection of materials and resources spanning the entirety of the film director's career. Archivist Richard Daniels takes us on a tour of the archive, dipping in and out of Kubrick's boxes, looking at props,
Live at Hold Fest, 11th January 2015. Local news special.
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