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Malcolm Knight Has An Enduring Love Of The Thames, That Has Seen Him Set Multiple World Records, Become Events Manager For The Queens Row Barge ‘Gloriana’ & Now As Director Of Thames Alive

Malcolm Knight on Your London Legacy Podcast

I don’t really know where to start with today’s guest—as he has done and achieved so much in his life. Malcolm Knight served in the Metropolitan Police Force for nearly 30 years, and among his varied roles he served as a uniformed Sergeant, in the Diplomatic Protection Service, and Territorial Support Group to instructor National…

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…

Why Was England Desperate To Settle In The New World In The 16th Century? In Simon Targett’s Latest Book ‘New World Inc’ He Unravels The Truth & Finds Themes That Are As True Today As 400 Years Ago.

Simon Targett On Your London Legacy

Simon Targett’s latest book , New World Inc, which he co – authored with John Butman is a masterful examination of how 16th Century England found itself in a precarious position, politically, socially and economically—and the desire and need that grew from these problems to expand its influence across the globe. It’s the incredibly crazy story…

London Bridge Terror Attack – Behind The Scenes Of A Real Incident From The Perspective Of Two Incredibly Brave Young Londoners

Justin and Ellen Chat To Your London Legacy on Their London Bridge Terror Attack Experience

One of my favourite sayings is ‘’Yesterday is history, tomorrow’s a mystery but today is a gift. That’s why it’s called the present.’’ I love this saying as it really focuses my mind on the here and now. The ancient Stoics called it somewhat differently with their version ‘Memento Mori’, which basically means ‘’you could…