In this podcast series we delve into the rich stories of London’s people to create an audible journey to the past.
Each episode is inspired by the voice of a real Londoner who is living with dementia, as they reflect on an object from the Museum of London collection and share their own London lives.
This episode centres around the diverse world of work in London. As a family explore the Museum of London, voices call out to them, eager to share stories of their working lives in the city and beyond.
This episode is inspired by the exciting world of entertainment. Hear how love, memory and performance intertwine in this story about David, a vicar impresario!
This episode we forage through the fantastic world of food and identity, sharing captivating conversations with Londoners from different generations and backgrounds.
This episode we bring together the generations by exploring the magical power of play with Helena and Jesse, who have kindly shared their favourite games and toys with us.
This episode we collaborate with Derek, who has kindly shared his memories of parties and celebrations with us.
This episode we discover the fantastic story of how the first British cup of tea was made, served and argued over.
If you would like to share your own experiences of London's past and potentially feature in our next podcast or edition of ‘London Lives Extra’, please contact [email protected].