Baroque and roll in this edition as we take you into legendary rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix’s flat in Brook Street, W1 – newly opened to the public. It’s just next door to the house where baroque composer Handel lived 200 years before.
Enjoy a VIP tour inside Jimi’s flat with the director of the venue, Michelle Aland, plus meet the man who met Hendrix: music mogul Rob Dickins sets the scene.
And meet a man who was alive around the time of Handel – London diarist Samuel Pepys. Now alive again(!) he gets a little hot and bothered in Fulham market.
You may not be a Star Wars fan. Fine – don’t go anywhere. But even if you are, you may just have reached saturation level, thanks to the pre-Christmas hoo-hah about The Force Awakens.
But try this new angle.
There’s a fascinating London connection to this iconic movie franchise.
Meet the Oscar-nominated Londoner who had a huge hand in creating the look of The Empire Strikes Back, and hear the mystery of the Star Wars headbanger. Plus a guy who calls himself a Star Wars nerd as if it’s a good thing!
All that and the original 17th century London blogger, Samuel Pepys comes back to life…