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23.02.14

We’ve had a lot of people in to see us this week as well as a lot of interviews now available to listen to on the website.

The interview our very own Aaron McCarter did with Peter Tatchell has got a great response from our listeners. We were delighted to see that Peter Tatchell tweeted about the interview. To see Peters Twitter click on the photo below.

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In sport this week, Tim Woolger came in to talk about a new phenomenon sweeping the UK… London Chessboxing.  To hear that interview click here and to find out more about London Chessboxing click here.

London based choreographer and dancer Julia Pond reviewed Circa & Debussy String Quartet Opus at the Barbican. To listen, click here.

Felicity Davies went to check out the Barbicans Momentum exhibition and Single Shoe Production is back with a show at the Pleasance. Check out the latest episode of vintage jazz tunes and an interview with the company by clicking here.

The new chain store parkour academy in Canary wharf opened on Thursday. It is the UK’s first and only dedicated parkour/freerunning centre. We’ve an interview with Parkour Generations Director Dan Edwards coming to East London Radio about this exciting venture very soon.

We continued our work with the STARS project, working with Hackney New and Bridge Academy students on their projects to encourage cycling to school.

Preparations for our Friday Late in the Victoria and Albert Museum happening this coming Friday, February 28th have been coming together nicely this week. We are so excited to be a part of what is going to be an amazing night. The event runs from 6.30pm till 10.00pm and the best part… it is completely FREE so make sure you pop along and say hi! For more information on the Hackney Takeover and the Victoria and Albert Museum click here.

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Have an amazing week everyone and we hope to meet a lot of you in the Victoria and Albert Museum this Friday!

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