Suggs: Love Letters to London
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A side of London you’ve never heard before, seen through the eyes of a national treasure. In this opening episode, Suggs gives us his unique view of Spittalfields and Shoreditch - or, as he likes to call it, the Liberty of Norton Folgate. With a couple of songs, a few surprising stories and a loving view of one of most vibrant cities on the planet. Performed by Suggs Written by Suggs with Owen Lewis Directed by Owen Lewis Musical Director: Owen Parker Executive Producer: Richard Melvin A Dabster production for BBC Radio 4
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