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Singer Songwriter, Co-Founder Of The Big Issue & Good Friend Of Your London Legacy Is Now Performing Live In A Street Near You Raising Londoner’s Spirits During Covid 19 Lockdown. This Is His Story.

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UPDATE: During Covid 19 Lockdown Im re publishing some of the most popular episodes. Good friend of the show Phil Ryan is a top man and as he cant tour right now he has taken his live music into the street where he lives to entertain the locals who are loving it. Check out this…

You Need To Turn Your Phone Off For This One & Listen To Founder & Host Of OFFLINE & Director Of The Privately Owned Schorr Art Collection Howard Lewis

Howard Lewis On Your London Legacy Podcast

The timing of my conversation with today’s guest could hardly be more relevant given the lock down scenario we now all find ourselves in due to the shocking effects of Corona Virus. Indeed, the whole premise of Your London Legacy podcast, is for me to physically go out and about into our beautiful capital city,…

Lee Hallman Head Of Design Qatari Diar Europe Is Transforming The Way Future Generations Will Enjoy London’s Stunning Architecture

Lee Hallman Your London Legacy

  London is a city world-renowned for its architecture; from old to new, traditional to contemporary, art deco to gothic, and many styles in between—there are hundreds of great buildings in the capital. This week’s fascinating guest, Lee Hallman, is currently Head of Design at Qatari Diar Europe, based in the heart of Mayfair. Previously Head of…

Award Winning London Based Fine Artist & Cartographer Adam Dant Has Been Described As The ‘Hogarth For Our Times’ As He Chronicles Our Ever Changing City

Adam Dant on Your London Legacy

The award-winning and brilliant London-based fine artist and cartographer, Adam Dant, has been described as the ‘Hogarth for our times’. From his studio above the oldest Ashkenazi synagogue in Spitalfields in the East End, Adam surveys the past present and future of our ever changing city. His astonishing maps are beautiful and ‘subversive’ at the…