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Steve & Soli Lazarus On The Emotional Roller Coaster Of Life & Times During London Lockdown. Walking. Crying. Missing. Being. Change. Time. ADHD. Creativity. Stoicism.

Steve & Soli Lazarus London Lockdown

In these bizarre and unsettling times, many of the things we took for granted have been severely curtailed—and in some cases restricted all together. As you know, I have always loved the fact that I get to meet all the guests on the podcast in person, be it at their place of work, their home,…

Shamash Alidina Author Of ‘Mindfulness For Dummies’ & Co-Founder Of ‘The Museum Of Happiness’ Discusses One Of The Most Relevant Topics Of Our Generation.

Shamash Alidina on Your London Legacy Podcast

In a world full of negative news compounded and inflated by politicians, the media, and online trolls—we all need to slow down, stop, and just be from time to time. To reconnect and yes, be happy. This week’s guest Shamash Alidina is that ray of light, that beacon of hope. Author of Mindfulness for Dummies…

This Could Happen To You! Documentary Maker & Film Producer Paul Atherton FRSA Has Been Homeless In London For Over 10yrs. His Incredible Story Is Nothing Like You’d Imagine

Paul Atherton on Your London Legacy Podcast

So you think you understand homelessness. After you listen to this week’s guest you may want to think again. Paul Atherton was born in Cardiff in 1968 and has been homeless this time round for over 10 years, but his story will probably surprise, confound, and inspire you. You see—at three months old Paul was…

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…