The Ninette Finch Film Walk

Listen to the episode on mixcloud, click here The last episode of Walking Wandsworth in the present series is Ninette Finch's film walk. I've known Ninette since we worked together on the film Suffragette about 4 years ago. I was new to the world of the supporting artist and Ninette had been doing it for a … Continue reading The Ninette Finch Film Walk

Walking Wandsworth – Fear & Memory Walk

Click this to listen AKA the Mothers' Day Walk - the walk first broadcast on 11th March 2018 was suggested by MS Karamat, a Wandsworth resident and author. MS Karamat contacted Dom Dalston with an idea for a walk starting in Clapham Junction and finishing in Vauxhall. Here is the route for the walk. Look, … Continue reading Walking Wandsworth – Fear & Memory Walk

Wandle Trail Part 2 – Nicola & Hazel’s Walk

It's just after midnight and I really should be getting to bed as I've got to be up at 5am tomorrow to get Walking Wandsworth episode #14 ready in time for Sunday. This is the only time I have left this week to write the blog. So please forgive me if you see a spelling … Continue reading Wandle Trail Part 2 – Nicola & Hazel’s Walk

Walking Wandsworth 12 – Wandle 1

Catch up if you missed it -  listen Following on from the watery theme that we started exploring in last week’s show, this week we’re going to be following a segment of the Wandle trail with this 5.4 km walk that takes us from Dene City Farm in Merton to Earlsfield in Wandsworth. Along the way … Continue reading Walking Wandsworth 12 – Wandle 1

Episode 11 – Historical Watercourses Walk

We've got a slight change from the advertised program this Sunday at 8pm on Wandsworth Radio. The Mark Silcox episode has been postponed - it will be happening, we've done the walk and comedian Mark Silcox will be on the show at some point soon. We've juggled things around a bit and come up with a … Continue reading Episode 11 – Historical Watercourses Walk

Episode #10 – The London wlogger

This episode is dedicated to the London Walking Blogger or London wlogger for short - It’s a blog by a chap called Stu who suggested the walk today which will take us from Clapham Common to Albert Bridge London. Join Dom, Stu and Sheila as we meet a Truggie driver and some rookie fishermen on the way. Plus lots of Fascinating Facts read by Micky Gwilliam.

Walking Wandsworth #8 – John Innes Conservation Area Wimbledon

Our walk today starts at Cannon Hill Common, we meet Ruth Whitehead, a former Battersea resident. We finish at St Mary The Virgin Church Path. Bonus Interview with Sara Sharp who is campaigning to save Merton Hall. Sign her petition