London Walks Podcasts


Today (September 19) in London History – in the springtime of the Queen’s reign

Date post added: 18th September 2022

“our little life is rounded with a sleep”

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Today (September 18) in London History – a spectacular discovery

Date post added: 17th September 2022

You wouldn’t have wanted to go face to face with either of them…

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Today (September 17) in London History – St Paul’s Covent Garden & Pygmalion

Date post added: 16th September 2022

“an Englishman cannot open his mouth without making another Englishman either hate or despise him”

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Today (September 16) in London History – death of a pop star

Date post added: 15th September 2022

“live fast, die young and leave a good-looking corpse”

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Today (September 15) in London History – St. Paul’s Saved!

Date post added: 14th September 2022

It looks like a vast hog.

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Today (September 14) in London History – the Royal Hospital

Date post added: 14th September 2022

Events and historically important men and women are like radionuclides. They each have their own particular half-life.

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Today (September 13) in London History – Fingerprints!

Date post added: 12th September 2022

He made the mistake of leaving a thumbprint on a newly painted window sill.

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Today (September 12) in London History – Cleopatra’s Needle

Date post added: 12th September 2022

It looks down on us from across 35 centuries.

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Today (September 11) in London History – The Umbrella Assassination

Date post added: 10th September 2022

Speaking with a foreign accent, the man muttered, “I am sorry.”

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Bonus Podcast – Art Historian Helena’s Exploration of the National Gallery’s Greatest Portrait

Date post added: 10th September 2022

“To my mind it is the perfect portrait.”

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