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A collection of quirky and innovative podcasts, whether from London Fields Radio stages at festivals, hot topics, anniversaries or presenter specials.

Broadcasts from One-Offs:

Do For Love Vol. 1 – Üllar Siir

D4L a new series of shows exploring record collections around the world.
Crème friend and Estonian based record collector Üllar Siir picks out a special love-themed mix for April the 8ths event…D4L_03.
Expect to hear the rarest cuts, showcasing his magnificent collection of oddities and odysseys.

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Posted on: April 3, 2017

The Barker Band’s Barking Man

The Barker Band is a West London folk band anchored by a mean bluegrass banjo and a love for George Jones, Ronnie James Dio and everything in-between. They offer up a unique mix of folk, bluegrass, rock and blues, as on here, their very first podcast for London Fields Radio.

This session was recorded a few days before they put on International Banjo Day – and they are more than a little exctited about it. Prepare for a show filled with live music, tipsiness, belly laughs and an open-minded musical selection as, like they say, “you never know when you might hear your new favourite song.” They really hope you enjoy it.

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Posted on: September 25, 2012

London Fields Radio’s Guide to East London


Hackney’s micro radio revolution, London Fields Radio, presents its insider guide to east London. LFR presenters and residents of Wilton Way take you to the area’s micro-breweries, bakeries, breakfast hotspots, bookshops and cafés, from secret spots to old East End favourites.

The East Stand‘s Jimmy Lloyd gives you a local itinerary that takes in London Fields Lido, London Fields Brewery and Violet’s Cakes; Paul Hanford tries and tests the best breakfasts, including at Hackney Wick’s Counter Cafe; LFR’s classical don Richard Scott reveals the best bookish Hackney haunts; plus countless other suggestions from Nuts ’n’ Bolt‘s Alex Oxley, The Dirt‘s Lisa Jeliffe, The Spurstowe Arms, Borough Wines, The Other Side of the Pillow and more. And stay tuned for the inaugural show from Faizal Farook too…

Listen to the podcast on Mixcloud.

Produced by Laura Scheiter. Music by Waze & Odyssey (‘See Y’all Soon’, ‘Stay Away from Me’), CSY & Stripes (‘Footise’) and Firas (‘Stray’).

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Posted on: July 17, 2012

The Wilton Way Café Jubilee Special: 1980s

The Wilton Way Café and London Fields Radio present a special series of podcasts from 1902 to 2012 to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee ahead of their free street party on Sunday June 3.

Presenters on Hackney’s micro radio station count down the eras, from the 1900s to 2000s, commemorating the best (and worst) of the decade with music, commentary and LFR’s distinct DIY flavour.

This fine episode is Neil Prince’s ’80s Pop Royalty’ spesh, in which he presents a potted history of pop throughout the 1980s, peppered with the decade’s royal news.

For more information on The Wilton Way Jubilee Street Party on June 3, click HERE.

For more information on Neil Prince, visit:
twitter: @neil_prince

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Posted on: May 28, 2012

Mystic Rock’s Monday Afternoon Bath

Mystic Rock is British DJ / Collector of records of broad range, predominantly disco / dance music in its all forms, with psychedelic spectacles.

After 10 years as a techno DJ, 4 years as one of the original Club Kosmische DJs and 11 years in pop, he returns with The Thing, a night dedicated to playing the wildest & freakiest party music to be committed to tape:

For London Fields Radio, as it’s recorded on a Monday afternoon AND in a cafe, Mystic will be playing music to sooth and amplify your weekend hangovers, and in the spirit of the freedom suggested by the playlist he’ll be suggesting that you jump in the bath and listen to the show covered in suds, holding a glass of your favourite tipple, letting the cares of the workaday world disappear before the week has really even started, and drifting off into The Other.
Once you’re out of the bath, and fancy a disco, why not go here for more dance oriented sounds:

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Posted on: April 11, 2012