"The names of the skyscrapers in London make me smile," writes Dagmar Taylor.
"Find out more about London than you ever thought": Inez Sharp goes on a journey of discovery.
In the podcast for 27 March 2014, follow Inez Sharp on a food tour in London's East End. English food deserves to have a better reputation — and this delicious tour proves it.
This month on Spotlight Audio: London tours, saying telephone numbers, the language of Shakespeare.
London artist Alex Chinneck has turned a building upside down — or at least created the illusion that that is what he has done. In this exercise, you can read about "the upside-down house" and practise using the vocabulary of architecture.
FREE BOOKLET!A crime short story
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TRAVEL: Cook Islands
The podcast for 31 October 2013 takes us to romantic London. Come along and renew your love affair with the great city. Our journey starts at Westminster Bridge.
English for travellers
HISTORY: Who shot JFK?
This month on Spotlight Audio: Romantic London, building your vocabulary, eating in a restaurant, Irish sports and more.
Jo Westcombe goes backstage to explain why Britain's most famous concert series is called "The Proms".
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