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Chinatown to Trafalgar Square: Slow Podcasting

Snatches of conversation (some in Chinese), church bells, the familiar chug of black cabs, fountains – they’re all here in a special ‘slow podcasting’ walk from Chinatown to Trafalgar Square. Join Adrian in real time through these different audio corridors and feel you’re really there!

Listen responsibly, preferably on decent stereo headphones… ūüôā

A pagoda in Gerrard Street, Chinatown W1.
Photos (at Londonpodcast.net): A pagoda in Gerrard Street, Chinatown W1
Fountains and Nelson's column at Trafalgar Square, London
Fountains and Nelson’s column at Trafalgar Square, London

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Produced and presented by Adrian Lacey ©2018

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Main theme: Super Bubbly by Jesse Spillane (edited for timing)

St Pancras Soundscapes

Take an absorbing virtual aural walk through London’s classic Victorian rail terminus, St Pancras International, on the north side of the capital’s heart.

Hear the changes in atmosphere as Adrian takes you between different parts of the complex, from tube interchange to shopping arcade and onto a statue of British poet Sir John Betjeman. And hear the story of why he should be there.

Listen responsibly, preferably with some nice stereo headphones!

There’s a ‘making of’ blog at adrianlacey.com. And as it references, there’s¬†another example of ‘slow podcasting’ in the edition called Sound of the Underground.

Intro/outro music by James Taylor: jtq.co.uk

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Sir John Betjeman's statue
Photo (at Londonpodcast.net): the statue of Sir John Betjeman at St Pancras International
The roof of St Pancras
Photo (at Londonpodcast.net): the impressive roof of St Pancras

 

Sound of the Underground

Enjoy a tube journey in audio and hear fascinating facts about the world’s oldest railway network below street level in this show about the London Underground.

Meet a couple of tube obsessives: Ellie uncovers wartime secrets under Clapham Common, while Joseph crunches the numbers from this dark, dank demimonde.

There’s time travel, too, as our reborn 17th-century London blogger tries to make sense of the tube… and Brexit. The audio diary of Samuel Pepys is performed by actor Keith Dunphy.

The show ends with¬†‘slow podcasting’, a commentary-free journey from the nethers of the Northern line to the wilds of the West End.

The show is dedicated to everyone who’s ever helped make the London Underground happen. The London Podcast salutes you!

Goodge Street station facade
Photo at Londonpodcast.net: The elegant Edwardian exterior of Goodge Street station on the London Underground, July 2016