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Making a Dent

Hanging high under a famous roof, the huge white dial and gold hands of the St Pancras station clock does its job telling travellers the time. But did you know it has also travelled and has its own surprising story to tell?

Jean Jacyna of the Camden Tour Guides Association pieces together the story with help from Josie Murray, Senior Heritage Advisor at HS1, Ian and Pam Thompson from Nottingham and the former curator of the British Horological Institute Museum, Viscount Alan Middleton.

Written and presented by Jean Jacyna
Produced by Freddy Chick

The BHI museum is open every Friday from 26 May to 8 September 11am-3pm (£3 entry).
http://www.bhi.co.uk/museum

# 2017-06-16 by CCRadio | Everything | Society, Culture & History

What's On in Camden, from 4th June, 2017

Book ahead now for Talawa Make, a FREE workshop on Saturday 10th June, at Camden People’s Theatre from Talawa Theatre;
The Jazz cafe on Sunday: Atlantic Orchestra Soul;
The Etcetera Theatre hosts Vixen Theatre’s new production Aeonian, by Vesna Hauschild, from 6th-11th June
‘The Man in Woman’s Shoes’ is back at the Tricycle Theatre following its US and Ireland tour.

Read by: Beverley, Freddy Chick; Joseph Hughes; Julia Ross, Lacky Ahmed and Marian Larragy;

# 2017-06-03 by CCRadio | What's On in Camden | Everything

Core Culture - A new Series on Black/African Culture

Core Culture is a series in which Rochelle Robinson, whose family has roots in the Caribbean, goes exploring Black/African Culture through a series of conversations. In this show, she has questions for Ricky, (who grew up in Barbados) about musical influences, experiences of migration, cultural appropriation and lots more.

Package by: Rochelle Robinson

# 2017-05-27 by CCRadio | Everything | Society, Culture & History

What's On In Camden -- 7 May 2017

This week look out for Camden Council’s celebration of the connection between UK and Indian culture in their Camden Kala festival. There are events happening all over the borough, one that caught our eye was a exhibition by painter Lancelot Ribeiro at the Camden Archives in Holborn Library.

Package by: Freddy Chick, Violet Macdonald, Rochelle Robinson

# 2017-05-07 by camden | Everything | Society, Culture & History | Arts and Entertainment

Adventures of Joseph: Lock-in at the bus depot

Joseph Hughes is back with a spine-tingling adventure that will have you on the edge of your seats. A hilarious unscheduled bus ride combined with the classic three-pound meal-deal makes this an episode not to be missed. Joseph is back with a bang.

Joining Joseph this week are Violet and Freddy.

# 2017-05-07 by camden | Everything