London Walks Podcasts


The Last Public Guillotining in France – Paris Walks Guide Chris Reports

Date post added: 5th April 2021

“when the head landed in the basket and sneezed”

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“Rampages of betrayal” – Former ITN Editor Stewart Purvis’s Updated Version of The Hampstead Spies Walk

Date post added: 5th April 2021

“in one street there were so many spies it was difficult to fit them all into the walk”

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Meet Your Guide – Adam (“the only person I know who talks like a well-written magazine article”)

Date post added: 3rd April 2021

“I had the turning circle of an oil tanker”

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Where to eat in Kensington

Date post added: 2nd April 2021

“the best toasted sandwich this side of Tuscany”

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I wanna hold your hand – here we’re at a Beatles holy of holies

Date post added: 1st April 2021

“the Rolling Stones had to pretend to be the Beatles’ roadies”

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Jack the Ripper – the difference a professional voice, a gifted actor makes

Date post added: 31st March 2021

The Year of the Psychopath

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Stirring Stuff – tales from Isobel’s Saints, Sinners & Sisters virtual tour

Date post added: 30th March 2021

“some scholars believe she’s the dark lady of Shakespeare’s sonnets”

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Let’s meet a Londoner – actor William Wilde, runs Hornets today

Date post added: 29th March 2021

“I got two years probation for running the toughest gang in the neighbourhood and causing chaos”

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The London Walks guide who speaks English, French, Spanish, Polish, Hungarian, Irish, Chinese, Slovak, Turkish & Navajo

Date post added: 29th March 2021

“I met Joe Biden many times”

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Art Criticism as a Feast – Part II of Helena’s Exposition of Caravaggio

Date post added: 27th March 2021

“still life with substance, art imbued with a deeper meaning”

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