On London Corona City Podcast: Rough sleepers, teaching ballet and missing crowds

On London Corona City Podcast: Rough sleepers, teaching ballet and missing crowds

The third ever On London podcast continues the uncertain technical learning curve progress of the previous two, but also maintains the high standard of contributor.

In the latest effort, I speak to Laura Pilcher of street homeless charity Thames Reach about the new pressures she and her colleague are facing, ballet teacher Sarah Toner about how she has adapted her business, and Centre for London’s Richard Brown, who recorded his contribution at his home in Brighton.

Never mind the variable sound quality, admire and enjoy the stories of three terrific people who live or work in the capital.

All On London podcasts made so far can be heard HERE.

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