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 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!
Very interesting show with Michael Holland, Soutwark News journalist and playwright talking about me, Lewis Schaffer, which is the most exciting topic for me. And Nunheader Tim Siddell, Boycott Coca-Cola Experience, talks and plays a bit of music. I am going to call this one of our better shows, just from listening to a bit of today, 19 February 2010. With Chris Dixon and Lisa Moyle. The only radio show for Americans living in Nunhead. Radio, fabulous medium.