Posts Tagged ‘history’

Special Bonus Episode: To Coincide With ”Totally Thames” 2019 Mudlark Exhibition, ”Foragers Of The Foreshore” 25th-29th Sept We Reprise This Hugely Popular Episode With Super Mudlarker & Curator Jason Sandy

Jason Sandy Mudlarker

Your London Legacy Mudlark noun: someone who scavenges in river mud for items of value, a term used especially to describe those who scavenged this way in London during the late 18th and 19th centuries. When most Londoners are tucked into bed waiting for the sun to rise, a select group is scouring the banks…

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…

‘Soho George’ Is A Living London Legend. A Non-Conformist. Spot Him Every Day In Soho Resplendent In His Unique Attire. He’s An Integral Part Of Soho’s Fascinating History, Art, Music & Culture. This Is His Story.

Soho George on Your London Legacy

George Skeggs is without question one of London’s very own last remaining living legends. Otherwise known as ‘Soho George’, he is a gentleman with a truly unique style—and if by chance you are unfamiliar with his name, you certainly will not be unfamiliar with his image if you spend any time around London’s historic Soho…