Posts by Steven Lazarus

Jane Palm-Gold Is An Artist & Historian With A Special Interest In The Dark Past Of St Giles London, & The Birth Of Punk At The Iconic Roxy Club Neal Street

Jane Palm Gold on Your London Legacy Podcast

Jane Palm-Gold is an artist and historian living in St Giles London. Her love of St Giles led her to research the area in great detail. Whilst not as well known as some of its more illustrious neighbours—St Giles is an area packed with a fascinating and often dark and menacing past, some of which…

Bonus Episode: Thank You All From The Bottom Of My Heart. I Couldn’t Do It Without Your Love & Support

Me On Your London Legacy

Just over two years ago I was flat on my back in a London hospital recovering from my second back operation in two weeks. The care I received from all the staff at the NHS was amazing and I’m really grateful to them. I’m also grateful as this period of down time allowed me to…

Stuart Hayes Is London 2012 Olympian Triathlete With Major Victories Around The World. In May This Year Whilst Out On His Bike He Hit A Deer And Smashed His Hip. This Is Stuart’s Story.

Your London Legacy and Stuart Hayes

Stuart Hayes is a London born Olympian triathlete who has won races all over the world. In 2012 Stuart competed in the stunning London Olympics and as part of a strong GB team contributed towards the Brownlees Brothers’ Gold and Bronze medal success. Today Stuart and his wife Michelle Dillon (a former World and European…

Jay Mullings Is A Multi Award Winning Screen Writer, Vlogger, Musician, Author, Poet & Voracious Content Creator, Who Will Leave You Feeling Totally Inspired

Jay Mullings Chats to Your London Legacy Podcast

  I’m such a huge fan of today’s guest—Jay Mullings. Jay is a multi-award winning screenwriter, poet, blogger, vlogger, musician, author and voracious content creator. Brought up in South London and Jamaica by his Mum and Grandparents, his cultural heritage shines through all his work, though he doesn’t see what he does as work. It’s…

At 25 Years Old Peter Apps Was Living His Best Life Reporting From War Torn Sri Lanka. Then Tragedy Struck & He Broke His Neck. TedX London Speaker Peter Refuses To Be Defined By His Disability & Is An Inspiration To All Of Us

Peter Apps chats to Your London Legacy

In 2006 Peter Apps was living the life he felt he was meant to lead, and what he had worked towards for several years. He was a 25 year old journalist and had just spent the last two years on assignment with Reuters in southern Africa. On Sept 5th 2006, Peter was in Sri Lanka…