Playing tracks by
Scrimshire, Roberta Flack, David Bowie, The Greg Foat Group and Percy Sledge.
Dipa's most excellent tour of Tooting's hidden culinary wonders reaches Sri Lanka and an encounter with a master greengrocer and apothecary. The Earl inspects the Thames Tower prior to long lease of the vestibule while considering the state of play with Article 50 , the vestiges of World Kindness Day and,later, www.debatinglondon.com debate coming up on Wednesday evening around religious apparel and the workplace. Podgers Corner has the first in a putative series of positively grumpy music played on instruments of the 1930s - a barnstorming, intermittently lush putting of the world to rights for someone to play who lost an arm in WW1. The Dongle has an eye to the coast where some old adversaries of Her Maj and Lustgarten are implicated in the pie racquet. And the Night Garden holds out for fine and mellow.