Voice of Americans with Lewis Schaffer of Nunhead is the only radio broadcast in the world for Americans living in Nunhead! This week we are joined by new Nunhead American, the beautiful Rebecca Allen of Ivydale Road! She is an artist, mother and a Nunheader, having moved in from East Dulwich! Listen and enjoy me, Lewis Schaffer, co-host Lisa Moyle and producer Chris Dixon!
The Dulwich Ukulele Club join the Voice of Americans, the only radio program in the world for Americans living in Nunhead! We only have a few of them, and we only get a taste but we loved them and their song "There May be Glory" written for the 2010 English World Cup Campaign! The American guy didn't turn up!
Erich McElroy, London-based comic from America, joins us to discuss comedy and why Lewis Schaffer isn't a success yet in the UK. He also discusses why he became a "citizen" of the UK, as if it is possible for an American to become a "citizen" here (and if anyone is a citizen in the UK, and not a "subject of the queen". With Chris Dixon and Lisa Moyle!) I thought this show went very, very well.
Non-studio show. Here we've aired the special Nunhead Hannukah Christmas special show - taped in Randy Klein's art studio in Nunhead. Randy Klein is an American, a New Yorker, an artist and a Nunheader and he gives us a tour of what he's working on - making Lewis Schaffer envious with his success at being a working and successful artist. With Chris Dixon, Lisa Moyle and her kids, and I think with my children as well. After all, they are at least 50% American, too!
I don't think we had a guest this week so Lisa and I discuss living close to Shea Stadium and watching the New York Mets. And discussing the Eagles of Crystal Palace Football Club with Chris Dixon. A test show, of sorts, and not one of my favourites.