Another thoroughly enjoyable show with four beautiful women in our studios in Nunhead Heights (actually Borough, London - it's all SE!). Nunhead American Robin Schacht is originally from Washington, DC, as in Direct Current, which is ironic, because Washington is the home of Politics and nothing is ever 'direct' in Politics. She chatted with us about her recent trip representing Nunhead the African country of Uganda. How exotic it all sounded but I wasn't moved to want to leave my Nunhead. She was joined by the very exciting Jo Romero, who is a friend for life because of her open and out-going personality, so very American. She relayed details of her trip to New York City, a city, which she said she didn't like at ALL, which surprised Co-Host Lisa Moyle and me. The truth be told, she rented a room in Washington Heights, not at all similar to Washington, DC. It would be like making a visit to South London and not staying in Nunhead! Lisa gave a report on Tara Smith having her baby and moving back to the Upper East Side, which is one place that Jo might have stayed, and then we had a lively chat about how the British do not like to be touched. All very funny! Chris Dixon was suffering from vocal illness so Leanne Bower sound-boarded us again, and added quite nicely to the program. A lovely show! ENJOY!
Another thoroughly enjoyable show but this time with three big guests! Join Lewis Schaffer and co-host Lisa Moyle in welcoming, in no particular order, Nunhead Borders and American musician Jeff Miller for a solo appearance without his Hackney Collier Band. He MP3'd their single "Africa" and it sounded AMAZING. Second up is David Hardcastle, the Bradford England comic and comedy club promoter. He was here promoting his new comedy venture, The Leicester Square Working Men's Club, and his old venture, the comedy night "Get Happy at the Leicester Square Theatre. Finally, we chat with Mr. Wayne Saunders, another person who took on the role of promoting Lewis Schaffer's career, only to realize it was a lost cause. He wouldn't say this directly, he being charming and very English, coming from The Wirral, which sounds similar to "The Bronx" in its charm. Three lovely people, plus the beautiful and talented tech person Leanne Bower (our Chris Dixon being away on assignment) and gorgeous co-host Lisa Moyle who gave a much-valued report on Nunhead American Randy Klein's and Michael Holland, guest of the show's film. Enjoy!
Welch Frisby - What a lovely show! Join the Voice of Americans, the only radio program for Americans living in Nunhead as we welcome Kansas City Missourian Norman Welch to our program and the return of English performing artist (Standup, voice overs, straight acting, producer) Dominic Frisby! How refreshing it is to hear men talk about raising children, as all three men are fathers (albeit divorced dads who have experience much tumult in their lives.) Norman Welch, who now lives in Catford, one of the sister-cities of Nunhead, and is a screenwriter, author and nascent playwright, coined the term "The Almost Man" which is how his child sees him - having felt that he almost achieved so much. But don't all men feel that way? That we "could have been a contender"? And Dominic spoke about how felt that if took after the children's emotional side, the intellectual side would take care of itself. Something I thought was correct, up until the age of seven, when you've got to beat knowledge into them. Sadly, I am probably wrong! Lovely Lisa Moyle, our Co-Host agreed with Dominic completely. Chris Dixon was still out on Assignment so efficient and intelligent Leanne Bower ably did the Tech. This show was fun to do. I hope you enjoy it, too.
The Voice of Americans with Lewis Schaffer of Nunhead, the only radio program for Americans living in Nunhead, the Capital of Southwark Water Supplies and Human Burial Services, welcomes back two of our favorites: Michael Holland, the dude who wrote the Southwark News article about our show calling what I say "often cow crap" is back to talk about his new film on successful Nunhead American artist and friend Randy Klein. Randy speaks of working with Michael and Randy offers his services as a life coach to Lewis Schaffer and the show. We try to save the Honor Oak Recreation Ground and talk about how Reg Varney filmed "On the Buses" in Nunhead. Or part of it. And what is the correct pronunciation of Nunhead? Nun-ed or Nun Head? Co-host Lisa Moyle is brilliant, as always, and I mean that without irony. She is a natural and if she gets any better, I am going to have to pull a Tony Hancock on her Syd James [God, I have lived in Nunhead too long - our foreign listeners won't know what I am talking about.] Leanne Bower (with no "S" as she is unique) is ably handling the tech side while amazing Chris Dixon away on 'assignment', not forgotten and definitely missed. Enjoy. See Lewis Schaffer Live and Free every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in Soho, London. Info and Reservations at www.sourcebelow.com.
With Upstate New Yorker [Worchester, midway between Albany and Binghamton] Ivan Dedek who now lives in Nunhead! We now have 8 Nunhead Americans. How amazing is that? We are joined by visiting American Jessica Marshall, who Lewis Schaffer knew when he was the house MC [or compere] at the Boston Comedy Club in New York back in the last century. An exciting and sparkly show! Our best so far! With co-host Lisa Moyle and Chris Dixon!
With Steve Scanlon, a founder of Nunhead's Athenlay Under 8s Football Team, where my son sometimes attends. We talk maths, we talk football. He joins our friend and Show health and safety expert Jeremy Operer, a Nunhead American! Both are very, very funny. And lovely Leanne Bower and co-host Lisa Moyle!
Ivor Dembina interrupts Lewis Schaffer Host of Voice of Americans. Ivor, our favorite replacement guest, joins Lisa Moyle and beautiful Nunhead American Becky Allen artist. With Chris Dixon and Leanne Bower! Enjoy
Join Lewis Schaffer of Nunhead in the wonderful world of Nunhead Americans. With funny English comic Juliet Meyers and Nunhead American artist and friend Randy Klein. With beautiful co-host Lisa Moyle, Chris Dixon and Leanne Bower. One of our better shows, to date!
Join Lewis Schaffer and Lisa Moyle and all of Nunhead in our discussion with Englishman Paul Fleckney, the editor of London comedy website London is Funny, and American Indian comic, musician, and new-found Catholic. With lovely Chris Moyles, who is not supposed to be there and Leanne Bower, our fantastic soundperson.
Join Lewis Schaffer, co-host Lisa Moyle and all of Nunhead to talk with English comedian Robin Schacht about her holiday in Washington, DC and grumpy English comedian Ivor Dembina. With lovely Chris Dixon and Leanne Bower, our fantastic soundperson. We have fun. I hope you enjoy listening.