I didn’t mention it at the time because it hadn’t been posted, but when I visited St Sepulchre last week, I was interviewed by the excellent Mr N Quentin Woolf for his Londonist Out Loud series. I have to say I was nervous as all hell, never having done this before, but I suppose I had better get used to it. It turned out much better than had feared. After 30 years in London I thought my Zimbabwean accent had reduced to a gentle twang, in my mind’s ear a sort of African Neil MacGregor. Not so.
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