Casablanca is 102 minutes long. Citizen Kane runs for 119. This, the 150th and final episode of Skylines, the CityMetric podcast, is longer than either, at 124. You lucky, lucky people.
I’ve loved doi...Show More
Partly because of the crisis, partly for reasons we’ll come to in a moment, our production schedule on Skylines has got a bit lax. So the first of this week’s interviews – with my pal Claire Cocks in ...Show More
I’m still locked down, and so, I assume, are you, so this week’s show is a game of two-halves.
In the present, I speak to my lockdown companion, my partner Agnes Frimston – who, as it happens, co-ho...Show More
Apologies for the fact this week’s podcast is a little bit late. But in my defence, both time and the calendar have lost all meaning.
Anyway. Something like a third of the world is currently in lock...Show More
The mayoral walks mini-series began in an act of trolling. Rory Stewart launched his campaign to be mayor of London through the unusual strategy of walking all over London and tweeting about it; I hav...Show More
In all the excitement over the London mayoral election, and Brexit, and coronavirus, and the end of civilisation as we know it, it might have escaped you that there are mayoral elections due in other ...Show More
This week, it’s the second in our mayoral walks mini-series.
Sian Berry is the co-leader of the Green party, a member of the London Assembly, and is currently running as the party’s candidate to be m...Show More
In just over three months, England goes to the polls, again, for local elections. This time round the big story, at least so far as we’re concerned, will be the mayoral elections in London, Greater Ma...Show More