Arts
Richard Cohen

The Art of Bloomsbury podcast

This is a recording of a short interview for Bloomsbury Radio that took place during the recent Bloomsbury Festival with Richard Cohen being asked a

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Arts
Lynette Denzey

Art in the Underground

Frank Pick’s legacy This will be my third Blog based on Camden’s tube stations and I do feel I am becoming extremely familiar with, and

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Arts
Amber The American Tour Guide

P L Travers and Mary Poppins

Tourists to London often flock to visit locations they have seen in films. With some of the most iconic landmarks on the planet, rich historic

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Arts
Sylvia McNamara

Doris Lessing

A life in books I first read the Golden Notebook by Doris Lessing (1919- 2013 ) in my twenties, when I was working in Tanzania,

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Arts
Elena Paolini

The Pre-Raphaelites

Bloomsbury’s brothers-in-art Back in my university days, next to the posters of rock stars, prints of ethereal Ophelia and raven-haired Proserpine held a place of

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Camden Town
Paula Pickin

Horsepower

                                       Up until the 20th century Camden,

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Transport
Jean Jacyna

Bus Route 24

What could be a more appropriate subject for a Camden Guides blog post about ‘passengers’ but that internationally recognisable icon – the London bus!  Luckily,

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Transport
Paula Pickin

The London Cab Trade

As we are focusing on transport within the borough of Camden we must include the world famous Iconic London taxi trade, although the taxi trade

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