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In each episode of PODCAST FROM THE PAST, Tom Jackson - who curates the hugely popular twitter feed and book Postcard From The Past - welcomes to the studio two guests, each armed with old postcards they couldn’t bear to throw away. Together, in funny, human and sometimes moving conversations, they explore the memories, mysteries and stories held by those postcards.
 
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This week on the Ham&High Podcast, André Langlois meets Bibi Khan, president of the London Islamic Cultural Society, known as Wightman Road Mosque, in north London. They discuss the history of the mosque and its work in the community, and the challenges the coronavirus pandemic has brought.저자 Ham & High Podcast
 
To mark our 50th episode, writer and podcaster Tom Jackson gives us his clear-eyed take on Dylan’s “Born Again” albums: Slow Train Coming, Saved, Shot Of Love and Trouble No More. “Slow Train Coming is not a smooth record, not a pleasant record, but I enjoy the tension.” And the accompanying live performances? “They were church services, really. Bu…
 
Speaking to André Langlois this week on the Ham&High Podcast is Labour leader, and Holborn and St Pancras MP, Sir Keir Starmer, who discusses his political roots, as well as his approach to the issues of today, including what comes after the coronavirus pandemic, the NHS, universal credit, the environment and inequality in society.…
 
To kick off series 2 of the Ham&High Podcast, André Langlois speaks to Highgate-based actor Linus Karp, whose last stage show was 'How to Live a Jellicle Life: life lessons from the 2019 hit movie musical Cats'. As well discussing his fascination with the Tom Hooper film, Linus talks about the state of theatre under the pandemic.…
 
Novelist, former A & R man and screenwriter John Niven begins by summing up Bob’s generally unloved Neighbourhood Bully: “I have a soft spot for Heritage Rock acts trying to do Punk in the late 70’s and early 80’s” before summing up the Dont Look Back days: “When you’re in your 20’s, you’re all about the cruelty”. His response to attending a New Yo…
 
Edward Docx (novelist/screenwriter/journalist) is a hyper-articulate defence witness for some of Bob’s least understood albums: Street-Legal, Infidels, Empire Burlesque and Together Through Life. “There is no uninteresting Dylan album. He opens his veins and says "This is what it’s like for me now."” How passionate is Ed Docx about Bob Dylan? After…
 
This week, on a festive Ham&High Podcast, we have something a bit different. The Royale Dickens Theatre Company launched this month with a production of A Christmas Carol at The Studio Theatre at the School of the Science of Acting, in Holloway Road. Streaming performances of the show are being made available at royaledickens.co.uk Here they presen…
 
Joining Tom Jackson - recorded remotely thanks to the wizards at Wardour Studios - to discuss the postcards from their pasts are musician and songwriter JUSTIN CURRIE from Del Amitri, and Ladybird book aficionado HELEN DAY (Ladybirdflyawayhome.com). We confuse baskets for boxes in Veneto, learn the secrets of a cream boy, and discover the postcard …
 
André Langlois' guest this week on the Ham&High Podcast is Laura Marks OBE. Laura is the founder of Mitzvah Day, an annual day of community action, and chair of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust. She is also co-founder of Nisa-Nashim, a Jewish and Muslim women’s network, and is on the mayor of London’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Grou…
 
Joining Tom Jackson - recorded in the golden, faraway days before lockdown - to discuss the postcards from their pasts are novelist CAROLINE O'DONOGHUE and journalist ESTHER WEBBER. Amongst other postcard diversions, we explore non-threatening boys on a Paris balcony, ponder the twin villages of Brixton and Westminster, the unlimited charm of David…
 
André Langlois' guest this week on the Ham&High Podcast is David Stark. David has released a memoir, It’s All Too Much - Adventures of a Teenage Beatles Fan in the ‘60s & Beyond. In it he tells the tales of remarkable encounters with John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, from gate-crashing the Yellow Submarine film premiere …
 
This week André Langlois chats with Tom Molnar, co-founder and CEO of Gail’s Bakery. Since opening its first branch in Hampstead in 2005, Gail’s has expanded and now has around 60 outlets in the London area. We talk about the value of quality bread, the pressure the pandemic has put on food producers and how getting around on a skateboard helps Tom…
 
Academic and author Pamela Thurschwell gives us her conflicted feminist take on Dylan, including his queer lyrical metaphors and what it’s like to be on the receiving end of a Dylan mansplaining session. Her namechecks range from Amy Rigby, Emma Swift and Joan Baez to Joyce Carol Oates, Annie Hall and Jane Eyre. Pam describes Dylan as “the dangerou…
 
This week André Langlois speaks to journalist and documentary maker Andrew Gold. Andrew was a Highgate resident until a few years ago when he upped sticks to Buenos Aires, in Argentina, and began looking into the work of Padre Manuel Acuña - an investigation which led to the BBC documentary Exorcism: The Battle For Young Minds. He also has a podcas…
 
Joining Tom Jackson - recorded in the golden, faraway days before lockdown - to discuss the postcards from their pasts are writer & podcaster SIÂN PATTENDEN (Smash Hits, the Guardian, Agatha Bilke, Bigmouth podcast) and writer and performer BEN MOOR (Fist of Fun, A Supercollider for the Family, Undone, Coelacanth, Who Here’s Lost). We get ribbed ab…
 
This week André Langlois chats with Rabbi David Mason of Muswell Hill Synagogue. As for all of us, it has been a challenging year for David, helping the community through the pandemic, and we spoke just days after a second national lockdown was announced. We also spoke a week after the release of the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s report in…
 
Speaking to André Langlois' this week is an acclaimed actor and a Highgate resident. Juliet Stevenson shot to fame with her role in Truly, Madly, Deeply but she has a phenomenal CV, having worked consistently for 40 years. She can currently be seen on the BBC in Sara Pascoe’s comedy Out Of Her Mind. This episode of the podcast was recorded before t…
 
Screenwriter Daragh Carville (ITV’s The Bay) praises Dylan’s “extraordinary ear for spoken language” while reminding us that he “draws on cinema, is fascinated by storytelling but his own films don’t work at all”. All the great story-songs are explored, including Highlands (“I phoned people up, I was so excited!”), Dignity (“it never resolves but a…
 
Joining Tom Jackson - recorded in the golden, faraway days before lockdown - to discuss the postcards from their pasts are comedian ALEX KEALY and musician KATE GARNER. In an episode littered with aliases, we meet Tompy, Wifey, Ex-Wifey, Bimbo Clive-Barclay and Pottle. We hear memories of Chas Hodges, exploding televisions, Mapp and Lucia and chain…
 
The Ham&High Podcast is back after a Covid-enforced break and, this week, speaking to André Langlois is comedian and author Arabella Weir. Arabella is known for shows including The Fast Show, Posh Nosh and Two Doors Down, and for books including the international bestseller Does My Bum Look Big In This. We discuss life in Camden and Crouch End, bui…
 
Sitting on the porch of his Long Island lockdown hideaway, serenaded by a local bird, Loudon Wainwright III reminds us that he was proclaimed “the first of the new Bob Dylans”. It helped me get a record deal but then it got to be a pain in the ass”. He still has a “reservoir of respect, admiration and awe” for the man and his work. “I dream about D…
 
Joining Tom Jackson - recorded in the golden, faraway days before lockdown - to discuss the postcards from their pasts are comedian HOLLY BURN and comedy writer DALE SHAW. We blow the housekeeping on a daytrip to London with the Backstree Boys and Blood Sausage, meet a dead pig in Westphalia, take tea in Hexham and fist the mousse - as they say in …
 
Each week the Ham & High Podcast interviews a different guest about their life and career. In this episode André Langlois talks to Martin Stone, organiser of Muswell Hill Soup Kitchen and founder of www.nextmeal.co.uk about the roles of voluntary organisations and the authorities in helping those who find themselves homeless.…
 
Joining Tom Jackson - recorded in the golden, faraway days before lockdown - to discuss the postcards from their pasts are comedian and writer CHRIS NEILL (Woof) and novelist STEPHANIE BUTLAND (Lost For Words, The Woman in the Photograph). We cycle from Lands End to a broken tentpole, ponder the mystery floodlights of Ealing, and Unseen Weybridge, …
 
Each week the Ham & High Podcast interviews a different guest about their life and career. This week features editor Bridget Galton talks to Marcus Davey, chief executive and artistic director of the Roundhouse, about coping with life in lockdown, experimenting with socially-distanced gigs, the birth of the psychedelia movement, having the best job…
 
Singer/songwriter/podcaster/painter Dan Bern admits: “It was not lost on me, being an isolated Jewish kid in Iowa, that Bob had come from just up the road in Minnesota.” When he first heard Dylan at age 15 (“everything he was saying had a bit of a sneer to it. It was a portal for me”), he traded in his cello for a guitar and started writing songs. …
 
Each week the Ham & High Podcast interviews a different guest about their life and career. This week chief reporter Franki Berry talks to Pat Venditti, programme director of Greenpeace UK, about relocating from Canada to North London, the climate and nature emergencies, being muck-sprayed by a farmer and what kind of society we want to see after th…
 
Each week the Ham & High Podcast interviews a different guest about their life and career. This week editor André Langlois talks to the radio presenter, producer and writer Matt Everitt about the rise and fall of Britpop, the 25th anniversary of the Blur v Oasis chart battle and having a front seat for it all as a member of the band Menswear.…
 
Actor Rufus Jones (writer and co-star of Channel 4’s Home) has hardly answered the BobPhone before he confesses that, despite his Cambridge English degree, “Dylan still scares the hell out of me”. But he’s relieved that “Bob’s entering a 'jolly grandpa' phase. He seems less concerned with preserving the myth”. Rufus references Beyoncé, the Eagles (…
 
Each week the Ham & High Podcast interviews a different guest about their life and career. This week editor André Langlois talks to the actress Michelle Collins about life in lockdown, finding fame in Eastenders, the return of the monologue and the future of theatre. To see the new series of monologues, curated and produced by Michelle alongside th…
 
Each week the Ham & High Podcast interviews a different guest about their life and career. This week editor André Langlois talks to journalist, television presenter and charity founder Dame Esther Rantzen about life in lockdown, her charity work with Childline and The Silver Line, being Brown Owl of her lunch club The Hampsters and turning 80.…
 
For more than 150 years the Hampstead and Highgate Express has been bringing you the latest news from North London. Now we're launching the Ham & High Podcast. Join us each week for an interview with a different guest about their life and their career. We'll be speaking with big names from the arts, political heavyweights, activists, campaigners, c…
 
Rolling Thunder Revue bass player and bandleader Rob Stoner on Jacques Levy, Emmylou Harris, Sam Shepard and how he “made out with Joan Baez on a motel room balcony” for Renaldo & Clara. Rob also sets the record straight on the Scorsese Netflix film: “I got a beef with that Van Dorp character!” and alerts us to his uncredited harmony vocal on Aband…
 
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