London Walks Podcasts


Brussels, dawn, October 12th, 1915 – David takes aim

Date post added: 5th June 2020

“a woman in central London being executed by a firing squad”

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The woman who faced a firing squad – Laura’s personal connection

Date post added: 3rd June 2020

“dog Jack thought the nurses were sheep and tried to round them up”

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Isobel’s fireworks display of astonishing South London women

Date post added: 1st June 2020

“she was buried in a £5,000 Zandra Rhodes dress stolen from Harrods”

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The Tomb of the Unknown Warrior – Brian bows our heads

Date post added: 31st May 2020

“the sound of the explosion could be heard clearly in London”

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A horsehair pancake fight – Shaughan on Westminster

Date post added: 30th May 2020

“prime ministers have mistresses left, right and centre”

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

Date post added: 29th May 2020

“he exited a shop with three pairs of women’s red knickers that he hadn’t paid for”

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“All we need to do is look a bit closer” – Jan looks a bit closer

Date post added: 28th May 2020

“let’s walk back in time”

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STONE COLD CEREMONIAL EXECUTIONS? Russell takes survey

Date post added: 27th May 2020

“the strangest, bizarrest bit of London”

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Masterclass on Acting, Guiding & ‘Living’ History – Simon Bubb reflects

Date post added: 26th May 2020

“very strange to see ourselves repeating history”

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TOO RISQUE TO BE PART OF THE SHOW – Judy unveils Hoxton

Date post added: 25th May 2020

“taking people to little known places people they may not come across on their own”

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