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Soho Bites Podcast

For generations, Soho has been the beating heart of cosmopolitan, bohemian London. This podcast is dedicated to the films that are set there. At Soho Bites, we talk to people who love Soho and people who love film. For more information about our guests and links to extra content click here:

 

  

 

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Dec 11, 2019

'tis the season of coughs & sneezes which has led to our December episode being postponed due to both our contributors being sick! Normal service will be resumed in the New Year. 


Nov 20, 2019

Episode heaven - sorry, seven - is the God special. We hear about John Hester, unconventional vicar of Soho during the 60s & 70s, from his son, Alex. Then, Liz Clutterbuck, she of Wittertainment's Clergy Corner & vicar of Emmanuel Church, Holloway, joins us to discuss 1957's Miracle in Soho.

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Nov 17, 2019

It's episode six and it's all about coffee, London tour guide Nika Garrett joins us to talk about the 1950s Soho coffee shop boom and Sioned Wiliam enthuses about a Soho classic, Expresso Bongo from 1959.

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Oct 6, 2019

Strange as it may sound, this is our sport themed episode. First we're in Sussex meeting the Soho Cricket Collective. Then Aidan McManus returns to the pod along with Dr Melanie Williams. They joined Dom live on stage at the Regent St Cinema to talk about 1964's Rattle of Simple Man.

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Oct 3, 2019

This episode is about Soho places that have changed beyond recognition. Henry Scott Irvine talks about his documentary, Tales From Tin Pan Alley, which charts the sad decline of Denmark Street and Dr Adrian Smith gives us his take on the 1966 Sexploitation curio, Secrets of Windmill Girl.

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