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The Likes of Us Podcast
Working-Class Life, Art, Politics & Culture
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Writer and Socialist. Currently teaching/working for the Open Book Project at Goldsmiths.


by Neil Bradley
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April 19, 2018 02:51 AM PDT

In this weeks episode of THE LIKES OF US podcast, dedicated to Working-Class Life, Art, Politics and Culture, your host, Neil Bradley diverts bombs, intended for Syria, to Chatham High Street, discusses a creative writing class in which a student offered up a poem entitled 'Full English Breakfast,' meets the writer of 'Murder on the Dancefloor,' by Sophie Ellis-Bexter, takes a walk with Chili-Palmer, as well as offering up rants in the direction of Yummy-Mummies, brat children, the long winter, and those who turn up at his classes expecting sanity!

April 12, 2018 12:21 AM PDT

In this weeks episode of THE LIKES OF US podcast, dedicated to Working-Class Life, Art, Politics and Culture, your host, Neil Bradley takes another trip down The Den to witness Millwall's continued (unlikely) push towards the Premiership, walks through a war zone, observes and very London-like clash of cultures, speaks to Ayse Smith (Editor of The Lion Roars fanzine), talks pessimism and Easter eggs with Millwall's Most Famous Cab Driver.

He also offers up a really interesting interview with Stan Godwin, from the Millwall Writers Class at Goldsmiths College, where they talk about childhood, the Blitz, Bonfire Night, school, work, marriage, family and Brexit!

April 05, 2018 03:40 AM PDT

In this weeks episode of THE LIKES OF US podcast, dedicated to Working-Class Life, Art, Politics and Culture, your host, Neil Bradley, takes a trip down to Millwall, takes a couple of walks with Child-Palmer, when he talks about the unhappiness he often feels. He also discusses gang crime, council estate life, the Middle-Class vanguard, the poems of Philip Larkin, and contemplates a Premier League with Millwall as the unwanted guest!

March 29, 2018 02:05 AM PDT

In this weeks, long awaited, episode of THE LIKES OF US podcast, dedicated to Working-Class Life, Art, Politics and Culture, your host, Neil Bradley explains his 3 month absence from the podcast world, attends two funerals, talks about mental health, visits the Carnaby Gallery for the 'My Generation' exhibition, and buys a pair of boots worn by Jack Nicholson in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest!

January 09, 2018 04:34 PM PST

In this weeks episode of THE LIKES OF US podcast, dedicated Working-Class Life, Art, Politics and Culture, your host, Neil Bradley, who's never done good things, who's never done bad things, who never did anything out of the blue, pays tribute to his hero, David Bowie, on the second anniversary of the artists death, reflecting on his work and, more importantly, the part he played in a young South London lads life - helping him through the trials and tribulations, the anguish and confusions, of growing up, growing old, and growing weary!

December 29, 2017 01:23 AM PST

In this weeks, very special, Christmas edition of THE LIKES OF US podcast, dedicated to Working-Class Life, Art, Politics and Culture, your host, Neil Bradley bids a welcome return to NHS Nurse Margaret Carroll, enjoying a festive conversation about work, consumerism, and a £1200 handbag she's hoping Santa will bring her. There's also a very special Christmas round-table talk, where discussion veers from childhood poverty, to the 'War' at Christmas, growing up, first jobs, mental illness, the simplicity of yesteryear, and a lamentation of 'The Good Old Days!'

December 21, 2017 02:23 AM PST

In this weeks episode of THE LIKES OF US podcast, dedicated to Working-Class Life, Art, Politics and Culture, your host, Neil Bradley goes Christmas shopping (for himself), takes a trip to the Dickens town of Rochester for a festive lunch with the Open Book boys, attempts completing himself by way of consumerism, walks lost around Bluewater, skips through Old Compton Street, and has a gay old Christmas time in Soho!

December 07, 2017 02:18 AM PST

In this weeks episode of THE LIKES OF US podcast, dedicated to Working-Class Life, Art, Politics and Culture, your host, Neil Bradley, takes a nice walk with Chili-Palmer, is interviewed as to his views on Brexit, encounters Lawrence Olivier at the dentist, laments (as always) David Bowie, and reports on the story of a Millwall fan stealing a Sheffield United fan's false leg!

November 30, 2017 01:45 AM PST

In this weeks episode of THE LIKES OF US podcast, dedicated to Working-Class Life, Art, Politics and Culture, your host, Neil Bradley offers up a research interview, from two years ago, when he is asked to recount his connection to South London, his family roots, his past working life, and his views on education. He also takes a nice walk with Chili-Palmer, in the freezing cold, when he talks about a funeral he's about to attend, the writing of a eulogy, and the week just gone!

November 23, 2017 03:21 AM PST

On this weeks episode of THE LIKES OF US podcast, dedicated to Working-Class Life, Art, Politics and Culture, your host, Neil Bradley takes a midweek trip to Bermondsey for Millwall v Hull City (and might's well have stayed in bed!), and then takes a trip to the Accident & Emergency department of his local NHS hospital, with his dad, only to discover the onset of the Zombie Apocalypse! Oh, the humanity . . .

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