Nunhead American Radio with Lewis Schaffer for 30 April 2012 with Cafe-ista Shona Chambers, Ukemen Richard Guard & Anna Crockett, and pubber Nick McNeill!!

30 Apr 2012 Shona, Guard, McNeill. Voice of Americans with Lewis Schaffer of Nunhead. Brilliant narrow-casting for Nunhead. The only radio program for Americans living in Nunhead. Listen every Monday at 104.4FM or at 10:30pm.

Our best show ever. The most Nunheady show ever with Shona Chambers of the new Nunhead Heights cafe “The Dish and The Spoon Cafe/Deli” on Cheltenham Road. Nick McNeill, the former landlord of The Ivy House, speaking of the loss of his pub and possibly's Nunhead's pub. And Richard Guard, ukulele band leader and author of the new book "Lost London" talking about what Nunhead has lost - and maybe what it has gained. He plays a song with his cousin Anna Crockett.

With Lewis Schaffer, Lisa Moyle and Chris Dixon. Listen in! Enjoy!

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Listen to Lewis Schaffer on the Radio Nunhead American Radio with Lewis Schaffer every Monday evening at 10:30PM on and 104.4fm London. Or listen to the show’s podcasts at

See Lewis Schaffer test the news items at the Hungry Miller Comedy Club at The Miller by Borough High Street this Monday at 8PM. Fantastic night of comedy with Britain's top comics and me, briefly. Only £4!

See Lewis Schaffer live every Tuesday and Wednesday: Lewis Schaffer is Free until Famous, The Source Below, 11 Lower John Street, London W1F 9TY. Come on down. Free admission. Or reserve at

Voice of Americans with Lewis Schaffer of Nunhead 28th March 2011 with comic David Hardcastle, Industry Exec Wayne Saunders and Nunhead Borders Musician Jeff Miller!

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!