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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.


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May 25, 2017 06:27 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 chaotic trip to Wembley for the the Division 3 Play-Off Finals, with his beloved Millwall.

During another walk with Chili-Palmer he encounters a military German Shepherd, 50 soldiers, and a couple walking their over-active spaniels, resulting in a mass brawl!

May 17, 2017 11:05 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 a trip to the gates Buckingham Palace, and stands around for hours waiting for his friend Joe Baden to emerge sporting his OBE!

Pushed around by tourists, threatened by the police, suffering a bad back, and enduring four sudden downbursts, he's not in the best of moods!

May 11, 2017 02:18 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 memory lane, offering up Part 2 of his weekly shopping trip to East Street Market (The Lane), with his mother.

Along with the collection of stalls and shops, Neil talks about buying Matchbox cars, having his prized fire engine stolen, and ending up at Carter Street Police Station, where he played snakes and ladders with the sergeant, whilst his mother continued her shopping and didn't bother collecting him until she'd bought everything she needed!

May 04, 2017 01:10 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 memory lane, giving you Part 1 of the weekly shopping trip to East Lane (East Street Market or 'The Lane,' as it was known to everyone locally).

Taking you from Ruby Street, just off the Old Kent Road, he'll be talking about all the points of interest along the way, the way in which that particular area of South London has changed beyond all recognition, as well as offering up a host of the usual trivia.

Along with his walk along the Old Kent Road, Neil also offers up another walk with Chili-Palmer, his Jack Russell, taking a trip to Faversham in Kent, where he discovers a dog show, a sewage works, and a couple of signs reading "Dogs will be shot!"

April 26, 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 talks about a variety of different topics, including: Millwall, the general election, World Book Night, his neighbour's break-in, Brexit, the Open Book Project, the first chapters of his new memoir, the writing process, and can't quite come to a conclusion as to what this weeks episode was meant to be about!

Oh, yeah, and he takes another walk with Chili-Palmer, his Jack Russell . . .

April 20, 2017 12:38 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 a load of random subjects together, with the main theme that of a dedication to another one of his heroes in the form of Anthony Newley.

He also takes a couple of walks with his Jack Russell, Chili-Palmer, witnesses life-saving CPR at Millwall, gets stuck on a train with two non-stop-talking artists, goes to an evangelical funeral, and brings us the last few peaceful days before the government announce a snap general election!

April 13, 2017 06:18 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 returns to the Wapping Dispute, bringing you Part 3 of the series looking into one of the most violent industrial dispute in modern British History.

Along with some really interesting audio accounts from those involved in the dispute, he looks at the independent inquiry into the policing of the year-long strike, and reflects on the legacy it left in terms of working class people, the death of Fleet Street, and a decade in which the government and police, in protecting a foreign capitalist, waged war on its own citizens!

April 06, 2017 01:02 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 continues his tribute to Max Miller - the Cheeky Chappy.

Along with all the usual stuff, he also talks about Frederick J. Butterworth, who was a theatre impresario, the man who put Max Miller top of the bill whenever he appeared on the Butterworth Theatre Circuit, and offers up further evidence as to why, in the case of Max Miller, they'll never be another!

March 30, 2017 02:09 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 talks about one his comedy heroes in the shape of Max Miller - the Cheeky Chappy!

Viewed by many as the inventor of stand-up comedy, Miller made his name in the British Music Halls, always commanding top billing, and delivering an act that was as hysterical as it was outrageous (for the time). Miller, who was the inventor of the 'blue' joke, would often have an audience eating out the palm of his hand, and the epitome of British Working Class humour.

As Miller often said about himself, "They'll never be another!"

March 23, 2017 12:35 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 talks about the recent FA Cup Quarter Final match between Tottenham and Millwall, offering up his experience of travelling to the match, the violence outside the stadium, and the allegations of racist chanting within.

Neil talks about the policing of the match, and the complete lack of organisation in the hours before kick-off, as well offering up an opinion as to the one-sided reporting of the match, along with the post-match fallout, which appears to be mischievous at the very least, and once again ponders the reasons as to why Millwall Football Club has become this convenient coat peg upon which to hang all of society's ills!

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