Barrister Tom Looses His Dry Wit on Notting Hill & Portobello Market

Die happy and fat – flashing light bulbs on the dress – pastel colours in the side streets – he exited a shop with three pairs of women’s red knickers he hadn’t paid for – one of the worst areas he’d ever visited anywhere in the world – neo-nazis coming toward them – Rod Stewart’s album – if you have a murder on the walk it makes the walk more popular – 2,000 years ago this track was used by the Romans – the most enormous eyebrows – David Hockney’s famous portrait – they sell produce from Prince Charles’ estate – the king of King’s Road – the shops tell you who lives in an area – film locations galore – peddled his vitriol from this window – the original occupants would be astonished – a different world – the sex of the cat was changed – what that very large window at the street level tells you – seriously expensive, seriously large – an ancient track

2 responses to “Barrister Tom Looses His Dry Wit on Notting Hill & Portobello Market”

  1. S Clayton says:

    Hello. I really loved listening to your recent podcast on Notting Hill and Portobello Market. Can’t wait for more. Brilliant. Makes me want to visit London again.

  2. Josephine Crowley says:

    Hi Tom. Enjoyed your podcast. Good to hear your mellifluous tones again. Sadly, I have no idea when I’ll be able to get back to London for a real London Walk, but I’m glad you (all) are finding a way to keep walking.

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