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Ian meets Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari, an author with strong East London connections, to discuss his fascinating forthcoming book of memoirs   A Long Jihad - My Quest for the Middle W...

Ian meets author Richard Sotnick to discuss his new book The Gods Divided - the true story of love in the East End across a religious divide, in the mid 20th century   https://www...

Ian meets Chris Searle, who has recently published Whitechapel Boy, about the East End poet Isaac Rosenberg, on the centenary of his death in World War 1.

Soulful Sai meets Lemzi

The chat with local Leytonstone artist Lemzi, from Soulful Sai on the Morning Show, Thursday 19th March 2018

On this Book Club, the team discuss the book Young Black Males Have Potential, and are joined by the author Kevin Munga

Featuring Stories from David Heathfield - Devon UK Thomas McColl - London Ron Jones - SanFrancisco. Just added Dawn Kentish Knox and messages from Pete Castle Facts and Fiction Sto...

This month, Ripon Ray discusses the possible pitfalls of private renting of a flat or house

Our weekly digest of Games news, with James Hall and Michael Beckwith. Live on East London Radio Wednesdays at 5pm

Our weekly Games show, live every Wednesday evening from 5pm with James and Michael

A podcast from Marys show when she met Claire Weiss, author of a fascinating local history book "Unravelling The Yarn" The book is available here -

Lauren Brown meets local publisher and community driving force Kaz Ay  Broadcast live on East London Radio on 24th March 2018

At Last The Long-Promised Talking Stories Special Featuring those longer stories Listeners sent into the programme over the last year Inc  Martha Cinader Mims Mark Binder Charli...

Stages - March 2018

Our monthly roundup of events across the stages of East London, including special studio guests

Mary meets Rasheeqa Ahmad

Our Thursday morning host, Mary Katherine, meets local community herbalist Rasheeqa Ahmad   Hear mary live Thursday mornings 10am to 12 noon

When you unleash two top local comedians (Ninia Benjamin and Susan Murray) onto the airwaves, you can expect a bit of comedy and a bit of sweary. This show questions the ethnicity...

In this months Book Club, Melina Kazadi and guests review Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

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