Hawksmoor/psychogeograhy walk – with John McCarthy, for BBC Radio 4

“I did a little Hawksmoor/psychogeograhy walk – with John McCarthy, for BBC Radio 4. It went out this morning (Saturday Dec. 22nd 2012) at around 9.45. And can probably be excavated something.”

Still available at this link today 25th of December, a something nice and relaxing for Boxing day if you haven’t heard it already.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pf5cv

Iain starts at 40 minutes.

“[…] thrill to the atmosphere of Hawksmoor Churches in East London, with John McCarthy and writer Iain Sinclair […]”

 

Iain and Andrew on BBC Radio 4 with Stewart Lee

Yesterday 17/07/2012, Iain and Andrew were interviewed on BBC Radio 4 Today programme by Stewart Lee.

The show is available (not sure for how long) on the BBC iPlayer at the following link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01ks52p/Today_17_07_2012/ (go to 2:22:53 approx. to find it).

Alternative you can listen to this mp3, which is an extract: SWANDOWN with Iain, Andrew and STEWART LEE

London’s Olympic Park – a future ruin?

Three years ago – with the Beijing Olympics about to start – Evan Davis went for a walk around the 2012 Olympic site with author Iain Sinclair, who was apprehensive and sceptical about the London project.

Now – with the games just a year away – the presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Today programme returned to east London for another stroll to see if Iain Sinclair had changed his opinion about the grandest of Grand Projects. They started in nearby Victoria Park.

Link to the slideshow with audio

On Open Country, on BBC Radio4 on 06/01/2011

I have a brief appearance in ‘Open Country’ at 3pm on BBC Radio4 on Thursday afternoon. The presenter travels upstream on the Thames. I’m at the start of it, in Woolwich, and on the ferry.