🎧 Introducing the London Wlogger Podcast

Hello there, I hope you’re all staying safe and well. Having done over 35 walks of London on this blog, I’m going from the world of blogging into the world of podcasting as I’m excited to launch the London Wlogger podcast! In the podcast I’m going to be redoing my walks in the form of audio podcasts as well as covering all things walking and London, so you can get your little slice of London history and outdoor adventures. I personally love listening to podcasts and find them both relaxing and fascinating, so I hope you’ll enjoy hearing more about London and my walking expeditions. 

My first podcast episode is now live and is a brief introduction on why I started the London Wlogger blog as well as my love for walking and London. 

You can listen to it on the following platforms or by typing ‘London Wlogger’ into your chosen podcast or music provider: 

Apple Podcasts/iTunes: http://bit.ly/Ep1ApplePodcasts

Spotify: http://spoti.fi/3qrqlrA

YouTube: http://bit.ly/Ep1YouTube

Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/Ep1GooglePodcasts

SoundCloud: http://bit.ly/Ep1SoundCloud

Also don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast so you don’t miss an episode! Below are the links to where you can subscribe to it:

Apple Podcasts/iTunes: http://bit.ly/LondonWloggerApplePodcasts

Spotify: http://bit.ly/LondonWloggerSpotify

YouTube: http://bit.ly/LondonWloggerYouTube

Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/LondonWloggerGooglePodcasts

SoundCloud: http://bit.ly/LondonWloggerSoundCloud

If you have any memories of London or want me to discuss anything on the podcast, please let me know at londonwlogger@gmail.com – I’d love to hear from you!

I hope you enjoy the podcast and stay tuned for episode 2 soon! 

The Long Water in Hampton Court Park

Thanks for reading and in the meantime you can follow all my walks on FacebookTwitterInstagram and YouTube, and don’t forget to sign up to my blog too so you don’t miss a post! Also why not have a read of my other walks which explore all over London, from north to south, to west to east via central, there’s something there for you – and you can also read my very special walk of San Francisco too!

Here are the links to all my walks:

Victoria to Green Park

Marble Arch to Mayfair

The Shard to Monument

King’s Cross to Hampstead Heath

Leadenhall Market to Old Spitalfields Market

Waterloo to The London Eye

St Paul’s Cathedral to Moorgate

Mile End Park to London Fields

Hyde Park Corner to Italian Gardens

Little Venice to Abbey Road

Regent’s Park to Soho Square

Clapham Common to The Albert Bridge

Grosvenor Gardens to Knightsbridge

Holland Park to Meanwhile Gardens

Hackney Downs to Springfield Park

Tower Bridge to Stave Hill

Shoreditch to Islington Green

Highgate to Finsbury Park

Ravenscourt Park to Wormwood Scrubs

Covent Garden to Southwark Bridge

Putney Bridge to Barnes Common

Westminster Abbey to Vauxhall Bridge

Crystal Palace Park to Dulwich Wood

Clapham Junction to Battersea Bridge

Norbury Park to Tooting Commons

Lesnes Abbey Woods to the Thames Barrier

Richmond Green to Wimbledon Common

Chiswick Bridge to Kew Green

Gladstone Park to Fryent Country Park

Whitehall to Piccadilly Circus

Tower of London to the Limehouse Basin

Ham Common to Hampton Court Bridge

The San Francisco Wlogger

The House Mill to Hackney Marshes

Twickenham Stadium to Crane Park Island

The Oval to Brockwell Park

Arnos Park to Trent Country Park

Blackheath to Mudchute Park & Farm

The Bridges of London (Part one) – Tower Bridge to Vauxhall Bridge

The Bridges of London (Part two) – Grosvenor Railway Bridge to Kew Bridge

The Bridges of London (Part three) – Richmond Lock and Footbridge to Hampton Court Bridge

15 of my Favourite Hidden Gems in London

The Historical and Modern Landmarks of London

Exploring Six of London’s Parks

Discovering Nine of London’s Commons

Sources:

All photos taken by London Wlogger © Copyright 2021

11 thoughts on “🎧 Introducing the London Wlogger Podcast

  1. I’ve just subscribed to your You Tube channel (subscriber Number 7). Can’t wait to be able to travel freely to London again Usually I go 2 or three times a year but didn’t go at all in 2020 (had to cancel my April trip!). I’ve booked a week at the end of August. Hopefully all this C19 stuff will be over by then. In the meantime I will try to decide which of your long walks to do. Have you done one which takes in Shoreditch & the East End?

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