Robert Elms

Robert Elms brings you the latest queries, notes and best bits from his BBC London show over the past seven days.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02nrtqm
Description
Robert Elms brings you the latest queries, notes and best bits from his BBC London show over the past seven days.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2017-11-25 14:39
last episode published
2017-11-25 14:39
publication frequency
7.47 days
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BBC Radio London author  
BBC owner  
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Number of Episodes
36
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
25.11.2017

Martin Fry, Ann-Marie Duff and Tina Brown

Singer Martin Fry looks ahead to “Back To The 80s Music Cruise” and actress Ann-Marie Duff talks about her role in “Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle”.
BBC Radio London author
17.11.2017

Francis Rossi, Englebert Humperdink and Gilbert and George

Francis Rossi speaks ahead of Status Quo’s latest tour and Englebert Humperdink talks about his new album.
BBC Radio London author
11.11.2017

Amy Lawrence, Justin Beckmann and Allie Esiri

Film producer Amy Lawrence chats about ‘89’ which is about Arsenal winning the Championship and Justin Beckmann, founder of Ministry of Sound speaks ahead of the club’s 26th anniversary.
BBC Radio London author
3.11.2017

Alexei Sayle, Giorgio Locatelli, Goldie & Neil Hannon

Robert Elms speaks with Goldie about his memoir plus listed londoner Giorgio Locatelli.
BBC Radio London author
27.10.2017

John Oates, Armistead Maupin and Crossrail

Robert speaks with singer John Oates plus pays a visit to Crossrail's Farringdon station.
BBC Radio London author
20.10.2017

Kenneth Cranham, Rebel Threads and Leytonstone

Actor Kenneth Cranham on the play "Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle" & Leytonstone.
BBC Radio London author
13.10.2017

Terry O'Neill, The River Café and The Gentle Author

Robert speaks to photographer Terry O'Neill plus Ruth Rogers from The River Café.
BBC Radio London author
6.10.2017

Gloria Hunniford, Matt Lucas and 30 Years of Black History Month

Robert speaks to Gloria Hunniford about her memoir plus comedian Matt Lucas.
BBC Radio London author
29.09.2017

Mick Fleetwood, Belinda Carlisle, David Essex and Carla Bruni

Jason Solomons chats with David Essex about the Legends Live Tour plus Belinda Carlisle.
BBC Radio London author
22.09.2017

Russell Brand, Hugh Fearnley Whittingstal and John O'Farrell

Robert speaks to Russell Brand about addiction plus historian Louise Raw on Ada Lovelace.
BBC Radio London author
15.09.2017

Michael Rosen, Wilko Johnson and Jay Rayner

Robert speaks with Michael Rosen about his memoir plus Wilko Johnson and Jay Rayner.
BBC Radio London author
8.09.2017

Benjamin Zephaniah, Anthony Horowitz and historian Louise Raw

Benjamin Zephaniah speaks about the release of his new album plus historian Louise Raw.
BBC Radio London author
25.08.2017

Billy Bragg, Steven Soderbergh and Historian Louise Raw

Robert speaks to Billy Bragg about his book on Skiffle plus director Steven Soderbergh.
BBC Radio London author
18.08.2017

Mel McGrath, Freema Agyeman and Stephen Benton

Author Mel McGrath on her latest novel & walking through London, one postcode at a time.
BBC Radio London author
11.08.2017

Norman Jay, Philippa Gregory, Londinium and the Battle of Lewisham

Robert finds out about the Londinium Festival plus Philippa Gregory on her latest novel.
BBC Radio London author
4.08.2017

Graham Swann, Loyd Grossman and Streets of London

Robert speaks with ex-England cricketer Graham Swann plus Paralympian Martine Wright MBE.
BBC Radio London author
28.07.2017

Daniel Mays, Rail Mail and Columbia Road

Actor Daniel Mays on "Against the Law" plus we're "Round Your Manor" down Columbia Road.
BBC Radio London author
21.07.2017

Nadiya Hussain, Nick Heywood and the history of London's Junk

Nadiya Hussain speaks to Robert about her "British Food Adventure" cook book and TV Show.
BBC Radio London author
14.07.2017

Tony Travers, Watling Street and Life on the London Stage

Tony Travers on 50 years of the Lee Valley Regional Park & the history of Watling Street.
BBC Radio London author
7.07.2017

Stephen K Amos, Joe Wicks and Naomi Klein

Fitness guru Joe Wicks puts Dotun Adebayo through his paces plus comedian Stephen K Amos.
BBC Radio London author
30.06.2017

Ronnie O'Sullivan, Mark Steel and Simon Napier Bell

Ronnie O'Sullivan goes from the baize to the bookshelf plus comedian Mark Steel.
BBC Radio London author
23.06.2017

Author Will Storr, Nick Duckett and Mark Baxter plus Whose London

Author Will Storr on the age of narcissism and his book "Selfie" and Whose London.
BBC Radio London author
16.06.2017

Glen Matlock, Ian Mortimer and Listed Londoner Robert Elms !

Robert finally takes the Listed Londoner Questions and Glen Matlock on"The Anachy Arias".
BBC Radio London author
9.06.2017

Wilko Johnson, Tracy Chevalier and Artist Bill Jacklin

Wilko Johnson speaks about his double celebration concert and author Tracy Chevalier.
BBC Radio London author
2.06.2017

Elisabeth Moss, Will Self and Steve Bunce

Actress Elisabeth Moss on "The Handmaid's Tale" and Will Self with his new book "Phone".
BBC Radio London author
26.05.2017

Peter Ackroyd, Lainy Malkani and The Phoenix Gardens

Historian Peter Ackroyd on his book "Queer City" & the re-opening of the Phoenix Gardens.
BBC Radio London author
19.05.2017

Celebrating Tower Bridge, David Hepworth with the Demise of the Rock Star and Othello

Celebrating the 120th anniversary of the iconic Tower Bridge plus author David Hepworth.
BBC Radio London author
13.05.2017

Inua Ellams, Jenny Landreth and David Mach

Playwright Inua Ellams talks about his new play ‘Barbershop Chronicles’, author Jenny Landreth chats about her new book and artist David Mach speaks about his solo exhibition.
BBC Radio London author
8.05.2017

Debbie Harry, Chris Stein, Woody Harrelson and Patrick Ness

Blondie's Debbie Harry and Chris Stein chat about the band’s latest album.
BBC Radio London author
28.04.2017

Ray Davis and The Roxy

Robert speaks with "Kink" Ray Davis and looking at the legendary punk club 'The Roxy'.
BBC Radio London author
21.04.2017

Rob Newman, Don Letts and "The Hate U Give"

Robert speaks with the author of "The Hate U Give" plus Rob Newman on "Neuropolis".
BBC Radio London author
14.04.2017

Jim Broadbent, Ritesh Batra, Steven Wooley and Suli Breaks

Actor Jim Broadbent and director Ritesh Batra chat about ‘The Sense Of An Ending’ and film producer Steven Wooley discusses his latest film ‘Their Finest.
BBC Radio London author
7.04.2017

A.Dot, Bill Hayes, Kate Mosse and Raoul Peck

Listed Londoner A. Dot and filmmaker Raoul Peck.
BBC Radio London author
31.03.2017

Ian Hislop, Nick Newman, Angie Le Mar and Chris Salewicz

Ian Hislop and Nick Newman chat about the theatre production of ‘The Wipers Times’ and Angie Le Mar speaks ahead of the launch of her new book.
BBC Radio London author
27.03.2017

Westminster attack, Ed Balls and Maxi Jazz

Reflecting on the Westminster terror attack and Ed Balls chats about his new show.
BBC Radio London author
9.03.2017

The centenary of Imperial War Museums

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Imperial War Museums with Alan Francis who lived in London during the Blitz, Director General of Imperial War Museum London, Dianne Lees and photography curator Hilary Roberts.
BBC Radio London author