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Podcast Host: Robert Wright
Podcast Owner: heelas
Podcast Location: London
Website: http://londonwalks.libsyn.com
Episodes: 122
Forget about guide books and maps. Listen to my description as you walk through London.

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11/27/2007 | Download File 19.19 MB -right click to download

This is a lovely walk through the charming village of Harrow-on-the-Hill, home of the famous Harrow School and much more. Although Harrow is some way from the centre of London, it is easy to reach. The best way is to buy an off-peak Travelcard covering zones 1 - 6. Take the Jubilee Line northbound t

11/07/2007 | Download File 20.38 MB -right click to download

Why Well, Well, Well? Well! - because we pass a number of places where there were wells and spas. In fact, at the Clerk's Well you can see the original well behind glass. The parish of Clerkenwell was named after this source of water, which later became a pump to service the neighbourhood with clean

10/11/2007 | Download File 20.07 MB -right click to download

Highgate lies between Haringey, Camden and Islington. It is one of London's more expensive and fashionable neighbourhoods. It has an active conservation society, and has much to conserve. Highgate Hill is one of the highest points in London, and the view from the beautiful Holly Lodge Estate is stun

09/22/2007 | Download File 27.40 MB -right click to download

How can you possibly beat a walk along the Thames on a fine day? Shadwell (the name probably came from Shite-well or Shit-well) might be an unauspicious start, but in a few paces from the Docklands Light Railway or East London Line Zone 2 you come across the fabulous Nicholas Hawksmoor church of St

08/27/2007 | Download File 22.52 MB -right click to download

Marylebone is the area north of Oxford Street. It was originally the closest village to central London until developed in the 18th and 19th centuries for housing by two landlords. Now Marylebone is a mixture of housing, offices and retail.The Marylebone walk starts at Marble Arch Underground station

08/10/2007 | Download File 17.60 MB -right click to download

This is the second part of our Bayswater walk. The first part to the west started at Notting Hill Gate Underground (Central, Circle & District Lines Zone 1/2) and finished at Lancaster Gate (Central Line Zone 1). We now continue from Lancaster Gate, and finish at Marble Arch (Central Line Zone 1

07/22/2007 | Download File 29.30 MB -right click to download

This is a circular walk through Campden Hill in Kensington starting at Notting Hill Gate Underground (Circle, District and Central Lines Zones 1 and 2). Leave the Underground through exit A and go straight ahead until you turn left into Campden Hill Square. The walk takes us up one side of the squar

06/18/2007 | Download File 15.16 MB -right click to download

This is the second the third parts of the 4 part walk. We start at Hyde Park Corner (Piccadilly Line Zone 1) and cross through the Wellington Arch to stand by the Mogul-style Memorial Gate at the top of Constitution Hill. This gate, opened by Her Majesty the Queen in 2002, commemorates the soldiers

05/25/2007 | Download File 21.69 MB -right click to download

I find it sad that there is so little publicity for the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Walk. If you try searching for a map of the walk on the Net, you will not find one. I even went into the information desk at Marbe Arch and asked for one. The woman on duty who was a member of the Friends of Ken

05/10/2007 | Download File 21.91 MB -right click to download

This is an indulgence I hope you will forgive. Do not worry. I have not run out of ideas for the podcast yet. This one seemed too good to miss. Does it qualify as a walk in London? Of course not, but on the other hand Bergen is only 90 minutes direct flight from London (Stansted) and the budget airl



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Reviewed on 04/15/2006

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