Episode 51: Walk Through London's Forgotten Places
Have you wandered through London and noticed hints to its past?
Guest Anthony Chalmers talks to us of London's ever-changing environment and how green spaces "London lungs" need to be fought for.
Places mentioned include South Norwood Country Park, Ravensbourne River, Crayford Marshes, Sydenham Hill Wood, River Lee, the Thames River, Deptford, Honour Oak Park.
The Wood that Built London: A Human History of the Great North Wood Hardcover – 7 Oct. 2021
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