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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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November 16, 2017 03:34 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 attends the Remembrance Sunday commemorations, takes a walk with Chili-Palmer, and brings you Part 2 of the Bermondsey History Society's presentation of Bermondsey Beat - talking all things showbiz!

November 09, 2017 02:50 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, when he talks about a Creative Writing Class he's running exclusively for Millwall fans, works the open day at Goldsmiths, where he meets a mother and daughter from Northampton, and offers up Part 1 of a really interesting talk from Phil Burkett and Russell Dyrden - the duo formally known as 'Bermondsey Beat' - at the Bermondsey History Society regarding the Bermondsey Carnival, which, over the last 19 years, has offered up such acts as The Proclaimers, Rose Royce, Joe Brown, Bill Wyman, Nine Below Zero, the Blockheads, Chas and Dave, and the legendary Darts.

Oh, they do love a party in Bermondsey!

November 02, 2017 02:49 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 offers up the final day of the Great San Francisco Adventure, saying a final goodbye to his favourite city, visiting the Cable Car Museum, North Beach, the Beat Museum - which laments the loss of Jack Kerouac - and on the way to the airport brings you the story of The Who's infamous concert at the San Francisco Cow Palace, during the 1973 Quadrophenia Tour, when Keith Moon took a horse tranquilliser before the show and collapsed in a heap on stage, prompting Pete Townsend to ask the audience, "Can anyone play the drums?"

October 26, 2017 03:11 AM PDT

On this weeks episode of THE LIKES OF US podcast, dedicated to Working-Class Life, Art, Politics and Culture, your host, Neil Bradley has a frank and open discussion with an Open Book student, Lenny Tesner, about his experience with the project, his continued studies (Lenny has just completed the second year of a BA History degree at Goldsmiths), his time growing up in London's East End, his negative experience of school, and about his life (from the age of 10) working with traveller's on a funfair. There's also Day 17 of the Great San Francisco Adventure, when Neil returns to Castro, the gay section of the city!

October 19, 2017 01:55 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 brings us Day 16 of the Great San Francisco Adventure, when he takes a walk across the Golden Gate Bridge and talks about why this is one of the favourite spots in America to travel to in order to commit suicide, before taking a mammoth walk across the bridge and along the coast to the pretty little artist town of Sausalito. Following that there's a final visit to AT&T Park for another baseball match with the San Francisco Giants. There's also a nice walk with Chili-Palmer, when he talks about the weird red sun that hovered over the UK, a worzel wedding in Bristol, and a nice women who records audio for the blind!

October 12, 2017 08:11 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 does a stint on the Open Book table at the Goldsmiths College Open Day, and takes a 'trip' to both the San Francisco Pride Parade and the 69 Summer of Love Exhibition, during Day 15 of the Great San Francisco Adventure, truly taking a walk on the wild side!

October 05, 2017 01:03 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 brings you the 'Joe and Charlie Show,' live from sunny Chatham, where they talk about being working class, the problems associated with living and working, as two exiled South Londoners, in Medway. They also talk about addiction, education, and the future of Open Book. Meanwhile, in SF it's day 14 of The Great San Francisco Adventure, when your host takes a nice walk along the Bay, and manages to 'bunk-in' to AT&T Park for the last innings of a Giants game!

September 27, 2017 11:51 PM PDT

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 another conversation with his friend in the coffee shop in San Francisco, where they discuss politics, American domestic air travel, the buses, Chili-Palmer and the zoo! And with nothing to report on the home front, once again, it's Day 13 of the Great San Francisco Adventure with a trip to AT&T Park for a baseball game between the San Francisco Giants and the New York Mets. Don't stop believing!

September 21, 2017 09:49 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 brings you both Day 11 and 12 of the Great San Francisco Adventure, first going off to the San Francisco Zoo in search of his hero, Benjamin Braddock, but leaving disappointed, heartbroken, and feeling 'none-too-clever!' On Day 12 he takes a nice walk around San Francisco, before heading off to the Haight-Ashbury for an encounter with Steve Earle - Guitar Man and Star of HBO's THE WIRE. Honestly, it doesn't get much better on THE LIKES OF US!

September 14, 2017 12:51 PM 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 walk with Chili-Palmer when he discusses the Bermondsey Folk Festival, being told to shut up by the 'Folk Police,' joining the bohemian set, taking offence to people singing in cockney accents, and meeting the grandson of the drummer in T.Rex! He also meets an old lady, who's had a stroke, and chats with her, and during The Great San Francisco Adventure takes a bus to Chrissy Field and spends a day sunbathing on a beach, with the greatest view in all the world, before walking back via the Palace of Fine Arts - the inspiration for the robot R2D2 in George Lucas' Star Wars!

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