Sandi Toksvig

You can listen to Sandi Toksvig every weekday from midday on London's LBC 97.3FM on SKY Channel 927 and on the web at www.lbc.co.uk or download Podcasts at ITunes (Now one of the UK's top Podcasts)

Thursday, June 23, 2005

Sandi last week

Monday 20th June - 'Why does it rain cats and dogs?' - Sandi
TOPICS TODAY: How to love thy neighbour, admonishing children and bravery.
Today's wet and windy show Bonnie Langford and James Lovell, the history of Wimbledon Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Ben de Wynter from the
Union Theatre with their Pint Size Theatre productions. Sorry about the quality of the cartoon today, I asked Santa for Photoshop but he told me to use Microsoft PhotoEditor
Friday 17th June - 'And the winner is'
Today the whole show came live from the Living London Awards with the Independent at the Cafe de Paris with Sandi, Adrian Mills, Bonnie Langford and Joe Thompson on the piano.
Thursday 16th June - 'I've never been so insulted in my life' - Sandi Toksvig
TOPICS TODAY: Insults, memories of P.E. at school, ten good reasons to keep the aristocracy and good behaviour.
Today Sandi was joined by Jack Klaff and Inder Manocha, Julie Myerson just happened to be in the building and spoke about her new book 'Not A Games Person' (Yellow Jersey Press) and Robert O'Byrne author politely reminded us of his book 'Mind Your Manners' (Sitric).
Wednesday 15th June - Al Fresco isn't a reporter for CNN but Italian for Outdoors - who knew?
TOPICS TODAY: Inventors, London Ghettos,The Magna Carta, Vikings.
Today Sandi was looked after by
PONTI'S- a delicious Italian heritage. Annie Caulfield spoke about the amazing Marsha Phoenix and her work with homeless teenage girls in Lewisham. If you'd like to contact the trust please CLICK HERE Domenica De Rosa just happened to pop by and talk about her book 'The Italian Quarter' (Review) and Anthony Capella might have mentioned his new book 'The Food Of Love' (Time Warner).

Tuesday 14th June - 'My arse looks like a pancake' - Shyama Perera
Sandi back with plans for a works outing to The Cafe de Paris, on the menu hardcore porn, bullying, racism and the menopause. If you fancy a slice of menopause cake
CLICK HERE Shyama Perera spoke about her career as a sex guide writer, Max Keys just happened to mention his new play Year 10 at The Finborough Theatre and Don Whycherley just happened to mention his new play The Shaughraun at The Albery
Monday 13th June - 'If you can't have an orgasm a day - a good sneeze will do.' - Jenny Eclair
Jenny Eclair today. Jenny got herself a part in a west end show at
The Old Vic, Anton Edelmann promised Jenny a free lunch at his restaurant and plugged the Taste Of London food festival. Guest Lucy Porter came dressed as an elderly Greek grandmother. Author Alistair Beaton plugged his book 'A Planet for the President' (Orion)

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