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Local broadcaster : Jonathan Maitland

TV presenter slash reporter Jonny Maitland tells Jo Reynolds why he can’t stop taking the p***. How long have you lived in the area? Since 2002, but my connection to the area goes back much further. I’ve worked at the…

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Local casting agent: Priscilla John

Jo Reynolds talks to Local casting agent Priscilla John. How long have you lived in the area? Since February 1987. I’d just bought a house in Cardross Street. Do you want to know what I paid for it? £103,000. That…

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Local artist: Paul Donnellon

Jo Reynolds talks to local artist Paul Donnellon. When did you move here? 2000. Before, I lived all over London, from Lewisham to Islington to London Bridge, but my wife Diana lived in Hammersmith Grove. I didn’t know people could…

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Local comparative therapist: Lydia Sinforth

Eminent historian Oliver Cyriax walks the ghostly footprints of time to reveal the ancient civilisation of Bracknor Wot. Lydia Sinforth, Hammersmith’s Comparative Therapist “Imagine an affordable 500 kHz pulse rate city-mapping system that measures high-density strata on the urban floodplain,”…

Local Aston Martin man: Nicholas Mee

Aston Martin man Nicholas Mee tells Jo Reynolds about Goldfinger and Goldhawk Road. How long have you been in the area? Personally, forty years, but we’ve had the business in the area since 2000 when we took over the garage…

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Local hairdressers: Marcus Filotrani & Mark McLaughlin

Local hairdressers Marcus and Mark flash their blades and get reflective with Jo Reynolds. What are your surnames? Mark: McLaughlin. Marcus: Filotrani. What tempted a pair of Glaswegians to London? Mark: I came down when I was 17.  I was…