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Londonist Out Loud

By N Quentin Woolf

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Londonist Out Loud is a weekly podcast devoted to life, history and culture in London, UK. Join novelist N Quentin Woolf ( and his special guests, as he peels off the skin of the city and delves into deep-level London, discovering new and hidden qualities of the capital. Recommended by the Telegraph and the Guardian.

Customer Reviews

Great interviews from an amazing city

This is a great way to get an idea of places to visit while in London. Some of the locations may not be obvious to the wide-eyed tourist or even the seasoned resident.
You can tell that Woolf throughly researches each destination in advance, so he skips past the obvious questions that the uninformed one would ask, enabling him to delve deeper into the interview with simple, yet more poignant questions. He also has the keen ability to get people to talk, and the tack not to interrupt while they speak, making the listener feel more like they are being spoken directly to by the interviewee, rather than eavesdropping on a conversation.


I moved to London two years ago and this podcast has been an incredible companion as I become a Londoner. The host is funny, intelligent, curious and the podcast provides nods to the past and a fascination with the direction of London's evolution.

Fascinating for non-Londoners Too

I have been enjoying this podcast for a couple of years and it has been a real pleasure even though I don’t even live in London (I live in California). Woolf has a knack for finding unusual, off-the-beaten path destinations: the Horniman Museum, a “ragged school” (who knew?), a make-your-own gin bar, the Brunel Museum, etc. He does an excellent job being the listener’s eyes and asking the questions the listener would ask. He also has a knack for finding enthusiastic, engaging guests and does not get in their way when they are answering his questions. My favorite episode ever was with a tour guide through the Jewish East End. I followed along on Google Street View and it was *almost* as good as being there. 5 stars!