Time Out London editor Joe Mackertich invites famous Londoners to show him around their favourite bit of the city. Listen in as your favourite celebs share tall tales and weird anecdotes about the spots they love. One area, four locations: it’s time to learn to Love Thy Neighbourhood. A new episode every Tuesday. more
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The final episode of series one is at hand, but don’t despair, as this week superstar director Paul Feig is the one giving Joe a tour around London. Lie back and let the debonair ‘Bridesmaids’ and ‘Ghostbusters’ bigwig introduce one of the city’s mos... more
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This week Joe hangs out with London’s foremost warlock, Derren Brown. The ever-devilish mentalist gives Joe a guided tour of his old stomping ground Hoxton, covering subjects like the Magic Circle, dog poo and happiness. more
Very diverse dive into ALL parts of London, some great tips especially pubs.
Time Out’s podcast Love Thy Neighbourhood is like the best kind of Londoner: funny, knowledgeable without being a smug prat about it, and absolutely able to point you to the best pub in the area at short notice. Guests are great too: nice mix of household names and interesting trailblazers. If you love the idea of listening to a famous Londoner getting personal about their fave bit of the city, hot new spots and having fun chats, it's basically an Oyster Card for your ears.
What a brilliant idea and perfect for Time Out. No super exciting guests yet but get a proper presenter and they may do. He is cringe like a GCSE media student doing a podcast, no talent for interviewing and really awkward. Great format which could be amazing with a decent interviewer.
A less misogynistic host would be good
A great podcast that radiates authenticity and celebrates the beauty of human connection. With each episode, Joe skilfully weaves relatable stories of neighbours turned friends! Love that you can hear the hustle and bustle of London in the background and discover new places to explore!
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