Best spitalfields podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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Podcasts – Spitalfields Music Blog
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Behind the scenes at Spitalfields Music
 
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Taste East
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Take a break and stop for a bite to eat at the Taste East festival, Friday 2nd & Saturday 3rd March 2007. It's a journey through the East End’s history through food; enjoy authentic East End flavours and dishes which reflect the cultural diversity of the area.
 
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CCSPITS - Podcast
Weekly
 
Christ Church Spitalfields is an Anglican Church located in Tower Hamlets, London. For more information please visit our website at ccspits.org
 
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Floorr Artist Interviews
 
"I’m interested in the grandiose delusions of characters, and the domestication and control of humans over animals." Could you tell us a bit about yourself? How long have you been a practicing artist and where did you study? I quite liked art from a young age. I liked colouring in. I knew I was good at drawing owls and kingfishers as when it ra ...…
 
Welcome to The Shaun Tabatt Show! In this episode I speak with Sharon Gilbert about her latest book Blood Lies, book #1 in The Redwing Saga. Here's are the questions Sharon and I discuss in this interview: First off Sharon, let’s help the listeners get to know you a bit better. Give us a few of the highlights in the Sharon K. Gilbert origin sto ...…
 
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Baines plus One
 
Conversation flowed from smelly beards to Edinburgh Fringe to re-enacting film scenes to new Pokemon movies when American comedian Omid Singh dropped into our new studio at Spitalfields market. As always we had the funniest news stories, best poems and new Plus One round.@samanthabaines@brownman3000
 
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Neighborhood Play
 
Episode 27 of Neighborhood Play Podcast was supposed to be half of a double episode about various Sox related activities, but due to hosting issues we're splitting it up because we are The Media and we are allowed to. Due to our stab at crafting a double episode, Danny recorded this solo while Tyler was at work, so you're only subjected to one ...…
 
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Lead Singer Syndrome
 
Happy New Year! Between Christmas and New Years I went on my first ever solo tour, and I brought along my old friend Mark Rose, who used to front the incredible (and criminally underrated) Spitalfield. Mark has been playing solo for years, so I thought he could show me the ropes. We talk about the transition from band to solo artist, the demise ...…
 
Episode One of The Haphazard A-Z of London! A is for… Artillery Lane and Abbey Road… Andy visits Artillery Lane, one of the oldest corners of Spitalfields while Adam goes in search of the other Abbey Road. Keep in touch! We're on Twitter @londonwalks and you can email us at londonwalksblog@gmail.com The main London Walks website for all info on ...…
 
Improv London - Episode 47 - Alastair Thomas and Anna CaroWeekly podcast documenting and developing the London improv scene.Alastair Thomas@AlastairITThe one and only Alastair I Thomas - Unless you're the tax man in which case there's plenty of people who share my name.LondonThe Bad Perspective@badperspectives@CityImpro's comedy podcast that's ...…
 
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The Telegraph Cycling Podcast
 
The Cycling Podcast reviews stage three of the Vuelta a España with Richard Moore and Rob Hatch at the Rapha Cycle Club at Spitalfields and Daniel Friebe in Spain. In an eventful stage with a thrilling finish on a brutally steep climb, there was a win for the lone survivor of the breakaway. Behind, the overall lead changed hands for the third t ...…
 
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The Cycling Podcast
 
August 22 | The Cycling Podcast reviews stage three of the Vuelta a España with Richard Moore and Rob Hatch at the Rapha Cycle Club at Spitalfields and Daniel Friebe in Spain. In an eventful stage with a thrilling finish on a brutally steep climb, there was a win for the lone survivor of the breakaway. Behind, the overall lead changed hands for ...…
 
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The Cycling Podcast
 
August 22 | The Cycling Podcast reviews stage three of the Vuelta a España with Richard Moore and Rob Hatch at the Rapha Cycle Club at Spitalfields and Daniel Friebe in Spain. In an eventful stage with a thrilling finish on a brutally steep climb, there was a win for the lone survivor of the breakaway. Behind, the overall lead changed hands for ...…
 
Joe Dombrowski is riding his second Grand Tour of the season at the Vuelta a Espana, having ridden the Giro d’Italia, where he went close to a stage win in the final week. After the Giro the Cannondale rider took a break from training and spent a few days in London. And he dropped into the Rapha Cycle Club in Spitalfields where, before a full h ...…
 
Joe Dombrowski is riding his second Grand Tour of the season at the Vuelta a Espana, having ridden the Giro d’Italia, where he went close to a stage win in the final week. After the Giro the Cannondale-Drapac rider took a break from training and spent a few days in London. And he dropped into the Rapha Cycle Club in Spitalfields where, before a ...…
 
Joe Dombrowski is riding his second Grand Tour of the season at the Vuelta a Espana, having ridden the Giro d’Italia, where he went close to a stage win in the final week. After the Giro the Cannondale-Drapac rider took a break from training and spent a few days in London. And he dropped into the Rapha Cycle Club in Spitalfields where, before a ...…
 
Dan and Micha can't wait to bring you the final episode in the Unarchived History mini-series, with interesting tales on the trendy East End hotspot of Shoreditch. There is a rich history in the area, which has been contributed to by the many communities that have settled and made Shoreditch and Spitalfields home. Going back to the 1700s, join ...…
 
With speakers turned up to the max, Rick and Ben rock out another discussion on music habits. This time our hosts discuss the bands, influences and other factors that helped expand their musical tastes in early adulthood. Plus, Rick continues to tear down the tastes of his co-host, and Ben totally deserves it by bringing up Creed early in the e ...…
 
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Thoroughly Good Podcast
 
Composer Anna Meredith talks about mixing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with new electronic music in a new work, 'Anno', created by her and her sister Eleanor Meredith, and premiered at Spitalfields Music with the Scottish Ensemble earlier in June 2016.
 
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Thoroughly Good Podcast
 
Composer Anna Meredith talks about mixing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with new electronic music in a new work, 'Anno', created by her and her sister Eleanor Meredith, and premiered at Spitalfields Music with the Scottish Ensemble earlier in June 2016.
 
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Freud Museum London: Psychoanalysis Podcasts
 
This afternoon’s symposium explores how artists and writers use the creative process to face and work through traumatic and painful experiences of loss. Part 2: Fay Ballard, artist, in conversation with writer Jeremy Gavron, author of A Woman on the Edge of Time, discussing how the early and unexpected deaths of their mothers – Fay’s of a sudde ...…
 
Piccolo: Luke O'TooleAccordion: Iñigo Mikeleiz-BerradeMusic composed by Sophya PolevayaCommissioned for Spitalfields Summer Festival, 2016. Performed at The Water Poet Pub, Spitalfields.'Ancient Gates' is a theatrical concert piece for piccolo, accordion and metronome, composed for the Spitalfields Summer Music Festival 2016. When writing the p ...…
 
Friday, the 9th of November, 1888. Spitalfields, England. Mary Jane Kelly is brutally murdered at home leaving the most gruesome display yet by the Ripper. This episode contains graphic violence.
 
The Gentle Author of the popular blog Spitalfields Life has gained an extraordinary following in recent years, by writing hundreds of lively pen portraits of the infinite variety of people who live and work in the East End of London. As part of our Spitalfields Life Chit Chats, butchers, Joe Lawrence, Greg Lawrence and Peter Sargent present a l ...…
 
The Gentle Author of the popular blog Spitalfields Life has gained an extraordinary following in recent years, by writing hundreds of lively pen portraits of the infinite variety of people who live and work in the East End of London. As part of our Spitalfields Life Chit Chats, fishmonger Charlie Caisey talks about his life as a fishmonger and ...…
 
Friday, the 9th of November, 1888. Spitalfields, England. Mary Jane Kelly is brutally murdered at home leaving the most gruesome display yet by the Ripper. This episode contains graphic violence.
 
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All items | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio
 
Speaker(s): James Lingwood, Alex Sainsbury | In light of government funding cuts and the continuing air of austerity, alternative donor streams are crucial for many arts initiatives. With Britain’s traditional funding outlets increasingly pressured, private sources of philanthropy and unusual models of patronage are heralded to support artistic ...…
 
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All items | LSE Public lectures and events | All media types
 
Speaker(s): James Lingwood, Alex Sainsbury | In light of government funding cuts and the continuing air of austerity, alternative donor streams are crucial for many arts initiatives. With Britain’s traditional funding outlets increasingly pressured, private sources of philanthropy and unusual models of patronage are heralded to support artistic ...…
 
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All items | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio and pdf
 
Speaker(s): James Lingwood, Alex Sainsbury | In light of government funding cuts and the continuing air of austerity, alternative donor streams are crucial for many arts initiatives. With Britain’s traditional funding outlets increasingly pressured, private sources of philanthropy and unusual models of patronage are heralded to support artistic ...…
 
Buying fruit and vegetables in New Spitalfields Market is like taking a journey around the world...
 
How does London's largest wholesale fruit and vegetable market survive when the supermarkets have so much power?
 
What are the main challenges that face the owners and occupiers of the country's largest wholesale fruit and vegetable market - New Spitalfields?
 
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Londonist Out Loud
 
N Quentin Woolf is at Town House, in Spitalfields, east London, where he learns about the immigration of religious refugees, the Huguenots, and hears many of their ancestors still visit the area.
 
Professor Justin Champion examines Locke's theory of Toleration through the inhabitants of Spitalfields past and present. He goes to Brick Lane whose famous mosque was built as a Huguenot Church and became a synagogue before becoming the centre of Bengali life in London. He meets the Bishop of London, himself of Huguenot descent and local polit ...…
 
Professor Justin Champion examines Locke's theory of Toleration through the inhabitants of Spitalfields past and present. He goes to Brick Lane whose famous mosque was built as a Huguenot Church and became a synagogue before becoming the centre of Bengali life in London. He meets the Bishop of London, himself of Huguenot descent and local polit ...…
 
Professor Justin Champion examines Locke's theory of Toleration through the inhabitants of Spitalfields past and present. He goes to Brick Lane whose famous mosque was built as a Huguenot Church and became a synagogue before becoming the centre of Bengali life in London. He meets the Bishop of London, himself of Huguenot descent and local polit ...…
 
In the third British Heritage podcast, Sandra Lawrence tells us about one of her favorite London attractions: The Spitalfields home that recreates the texture of 18th-century life. Read “Dennis Severs’ House: Where Nothing Is Real but the Ghosts.” For visiting information, go to www.dennissevershouse.co.uk. And to find out more about the Rococo ...…
 
In the third British Heritage podcast, Sandra Lawrence tells us about one of her favorite London attractions: The Spitalfields home that recreates the texture of 18th-century life. Read “Dennis Severs’ House: Where Nothing Is Real but the Ghosts.” For visiting information, go to www.dennissevershouse.co.uk. And to find out more about the Rococo ...…
 
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Podcasts – Spitalfields Music Blog
 
In today’s What Next? podcast, Maurice Biriotti chief executive of SHM and incoming chair of Spitalfields Music talks about the impact of the arts on our day-to-day lives. This summer our What Next? series returns asking questions about what the future of the arts within society might look like. We’ve invited guest speakers to give their though ...…
 
In today’s What Next? podcast, Spitalfields Music’s 2015 Associate Artists: Emily Hall, David Bates & Shabaka Hutchings each tell us about an inspirational musical moment in their lives. This summer our What Next? series returns asking questions about what the future of the arts within society might look like. We’ve invited guest speakers to gi ...…
 
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Podcasts – Spitalfields Music Blog
 
In today’s What Next? podcast, John Critchley local resident, audience member and long-time supporter of Spitalfields Music talks about the importance of getting involved in your local community. This summer our What Next? series returns asking questions about what the future of the arts within society might look like. We’ve invited guest speak ...…
 
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Podcasts – Spitalfields Music Blog
 
In today’s What Next? podcast, Abimaro Gunnell singer, songwriter and workshop leader talks about women in music. This summer our What Next? series returns asking questions about what the future of the arts within society might look like. We’ve invited guest speakers to give their thoughts, in a series of podcast talks, about the role of the ar ...…
 
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Podcasts – Spitalfields Music Blog
 
In today’s What Next? podcast, founder of The Trampery Charles Armstrong talks about the organisation’s relationship with the Barbican Centre and their new joint venture Fish Island Labs. This summer our What Next? series returns asking questions about what the future of the arts within society might look like. We’ve invited guest speakers to g ...…
 
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