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Season 1, Ep. 8

London is a city that's always full of energy – think the reverie and theatres of Soho, the packed pubs of the East End, the buzzing commuters pacing The City and the packed galleries and food markets along the Southbank. But what happens when everything stops? This week James and Lucy are joined by writer Julie Falconer, also known as A Lady in London, to discuss all things London, including their favourite places to go, what makes London so special and how they got on in the city in 2020.

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