6 Burst results for "Eleanor Bron"
"eleanor bron" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
"Would love to know like what is it. David Lynch pick up line. Oh what what. What are we talking about? Have you seen billy no not for a couple of days? Is One of these. Is One of these lovely Ladies Tina? I've heard now. Actually the other one is named Megan. So where's Tina? Whereas Billy is maybe is maybe Tina her mom where she says. I'm in the kitchen with. He's with me. And my mom. And we see Billy at the window. And here's like pulling the yarn across the room to tie this to this and this to this to figure this out The Big Board Murder Board. We're still never GONNA know. We're going to figure this out if you can decode this. Please write to us. It goes through at coming out of nose in the mouth and he goes to hangs his head in the sink. So is billy the guy that's in jail. That's what I kind of wonder. Yeah that's my. That's my yeah. He's real strange and bloody right both the back against see. I'm wondering if billions the guy in jail. It would make sense right. I mean I don't there can't be a better explanation at least not that. Here's to billy. Here's to billy that is Jack. Paul has got good taste. Yeah yeah he and my mom so I think her mom is Tina. That's interesting yeah so I think you're right. Yeah that's my. That's my guess. Her Mom is Tina. Fey Bay a better explanation for this. Please like again right to us. Package EMAIL DOT com. Yes see I'm right that's done in. Tation to love will return next week. She's like Colombo just one more thing just one thing so you folks have a nice night now. I don't remember Columbus. Oh It's isn't it? I think that's Macleod. Mcleod all the same thing. Yeah the mystery movies Sunday night this the NBC and that was a cool theme. Yes Ye- kind of showing be especially but yes I was. I was actually a big quincy fan. I like Quincy loved his show his his. Don't don't go to Sam. Leave him out of this quincy home. We're on the ball so the so the. Mc is really into lizzy you guys. Because he doesn't get excited for anybody else. I know and you would think this excited for Z. Top but even top eating at the success for seriously what is David Lynch's Okay cupid profile. Look like that's my question would be an interesting one when it probably you know. David Age seventy four. I am the dreamer who lives in his own dream. But who is the customer? Yeah or David. Lynch's dating profile. That would be awesome. Healers certain private message doesn't send you a dick pic picture of the experiment. Like you WanNa see something cool. I've been married four times but the owls are not what they seem. They're not what they seem now. I mean that's the thing I mean. It's not you know I'm not. I'm not judging that he's been married four times. I just didn't I didn't know he been married like I didn't know he was when he was married again. I know he's he has the he has a kid with her right right. Well know there was the first wife or when he was making a racer head. Yeah but apparently there's that I don't know up of my head to sons okay. I'm not wild about it. It's not one of my favorites and if I were in a bar I would enjoy myself right you know because you could feel the vibration and everything I mean. It's not a bad bar song and stuff. So see even billy if it is the only credited as drunks creditors drunk. So we're just GONNA we're just GONNA. That's my stirring up sticking to it that that's I'd say go with it. That's my I don't have a better explanation now. that's my theory. Sticking to it go for it yep playing the Bass Lake is a very important dedication coming up. Yes look at that guy planned the Tony Levin Bass style Let's see well. I don't know which one but the other band members are Eric Sullivan Louis. Keller and Jesse Sieben Berg. I don't know yeah look the Bass player he plays. Bass like Tony Levin interesting all high up like that photo Kim fields in Washington state heck yeah is three miss the we miss the dedication air. It is now in memory of David Bowie. Everybody yeah I Miss David Bowie so much. At least we have is music to remember him by F. Cancer. Y'All right yeah seriously. Okay so David Lynch's otherwise K. I just looked them up so I one as we end the episode so I hope everybody enjoyed that first. One was Peggy lentz and they in one thousand nine hundred ninety four then the second one was Mary ships in some of his short films. Right yeah early on. Yeah one is Mary Fisk. They got married in the seventy six and sisters Jack pissed right right and then you were married for ten years. Divorced Nineteen eighty-seven. I wonder I wonder why so. Well I'll tell you exactly why because he was partners with Isabella Rossellini was just GonNa say. I think there's an Isabella Rossellini situation going on eight. You know they started being partners in nineteen eighty six year before he got forced so you can connect the dots on that one. I'm sure maybe they maybe they were having a hard time in he. You know but Anyway so obviously so he was were that lasted till ninety one and then he doesn't get married again until two thousand six to marry Sweeney so another Mary. Oh yeah yeah that's right and they married like two years weren't they know they got divorced the same year two thousand six. Oh so yeah okay. I knew it was short and then he married Emily. Stowe full in two thousand nine and they've been married ever since I've been married ever since and they have a they have a son correct. I believe so. Yes yes because I believe their son is who is in David Lynch the art life. So apparently that's. Emily is the one he's been married to the longest. Yeah Yeah doing the math here. We go so so maybe this is it he found love was to love because we even within a tween but who is the Duma? Who is the tweet math? Yes exactly Peter. There's something wrong with me that I think he's the best looking guy in the princess bride. Peter Cook I love Peter Cook so much even more than carry always like one hundred times more than carry always. I've I've never heard that statement ever from anybody. I am not a carry always girl. Okay if you gave me you said okay you can. You can pick a guy from the princess bride. Not Even Humperdinck. Humpity not even try really in the world sometime. No Pick Peter Cook and then I would pick Christopher guest interesting. I I adore I think. Christopher guest is just so dreamy Christopher. Yeah but I don't I don't Cook. I'm so I'm kind of missing that one. Well think about young Peter. Cooking Young Peter Cook was like a George Harrison. He was adorable interesting. He's funny he's handsome. He's the whole package. I'll take your word for it. I Love I love Peter. Cook so much. I'm not on that one but I'll take your word for it. Have you seen bedazzled Charles? Have you seen it? No Oh my God you have to watch bedazzled. It's so good thoroughly right now. The original one with Peter. Cook and Dudley Moore. Oh Okay Yeah. It's A. Peter. Cook plays the Hurley character. He plays the devil. Okay and no. It's it's it's Peter. Cook as the devil and Dudley Moore as I forget what his character's name is in he's in love with Eleanor Bron. Okay trump From Towers Fawlty Towers to which she in Fawlty Towers. Oh wasn't that woman who does he now after. Look this up. I can't believe I'm looking this up on the PODCASTS. Sorry everybody well you know. Now everybody gets learn. I Know Ellen Ellen Bron she was in. She was an absolutely fabulous. Maybe that's why I'm confusing her with. Because they know she was. Oh Oh that's why all right so this is why confusing her because she was in doctor. Who In city of death with John Cleese? Okay that's what you're thinking. That's what I'm thinking of. Sorry everybody that's my. That's my bad. My bad yeah. Eleanor Eleanor Bron. From from Hell. Yeah yeah so okay got it. Try and keep it all right so I hope everybody enjoyed our episode. Obviously a little better than last times Going on a lot going on little things getting connected here in their notice. Cooper's not in this one I know you see his face but he's not in it which gets credited but he's not even in the damn episode you see his faces but that's it. Yeah exactly so. Maybe act in the episode. Because it's February sixteenth. Remember I was worried too about hectically in this episode. You're right that's incorrect it but but as Doug he's not in episode or or or Mr Seat you see an image of him as MR CNBC and Wendy's vision. Yeah but that's that's about it. Yeah so so. What do you give this one rating? Wise I this eight. And a half pulverized walnuts figuring. You had to do something Freddie McGregor fist. Yeah so I'd like this with a little bit more than you. I give it a strong nine out of ten dreamy Mainali couple who cheats. That's a good one. Yeah this one does lose some points for not having a lot of Kyle mclachlan but it gets a lot of points for advance. Shit Law and a half. Yeah and it gets a lot of points for having that scene with Grace Zabriskie which is amazing. Because not only is she just terribly bad ass but she rips the face off of a potential rapist right so good mall for that. Good female empowerment movement. There I am all for ripping the face off of off of potential rapists right exactly or truckers with that keep dropping see bomb that dropped the bomb and who are bigoted against the LGBT community? Right there you exactly good point as everybody should be so No feedback once again. So I'M GONNA make my weekly IRV biweekly plea for everybody. Hey drop us a line drop. It's online during quarantine. We're lonely pretty much so we know you've got the time out there to To at least you know. Send us a little Message or what have you? It doesn't have to be long. 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"eleanor bron" Discussed on 60-Second Science
"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Alina organ. Brown our microbiomes. The tiny organisms UNISOM that live on us in Innis can influence our health and a recent study looked microbiome composition diversity depending on where and how we live given the same latitude and climate across South America. We found a gradient over bunny stations from a jungle houses hats off. Marion people leaving traditional lifestyles. All the way to a modern CD Lake Manas was the differences in microbes from our houses and from our a skin and differences in exposure to chemicals. Microbiologist Maria Gloria Dominguez Peyot from Rutgers University. She and her colleagues collected samples from people pets pets and spaces in homes like the kitchen bathroom and bedrooms. They analyzed bacteria. Fungi parasites chemicals and they found two trends As you go from the rainforest to a farm to a town to the city of House with increasing using population density we are exposed to a higher diversity of fungi. We carry more diversity of fungi in our skin. Hey Buddy nowhere got. We lose microbial diversity. The study is in the journal Nature Microbiology. Urban homes US more more chemical cleaners than do rural or rainforest homes and they're more likely to be built out of synthetic materials so city residents are burdened with more chemicals including including metabolites of cleaners detergents paints in and on their bodies. In addition the microbes of urban dwellers are far more like each other than they are like the more healthful mix found in the rainforest. Domingos Baeau thinks one reason is that we are two isolated from natural landscapes. We have grown culturally very anti anti dirt. We we call dirt there at the end. You know we call the soil dirt and that already has a connotation of undesirable they are bowl perhaps city living could be a bit healthier with fewer chemicals from cleansers and more microbes from what gets cleaned for scientific. American in sixty seconds science. I'm Eleanor Bron..
"eleanor bron" Discussed on 60-Second Science
"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Alina organ. Brown fossil footprints helped. Tell us how ancient people lived but such physical impressions are hard to find your get all of these footprints from different species in the same time period interacting. And you can't see see them all the time and some of them. You never see with the eye that is but we can still detect them with the geophysical sensors Cornell University archaeologist allergist Thomas Urban. He colleagues used ground penetrating radar. GP are to detect invisible traces of footsteps in White Sands National Monument in New Mexico their GP device goes back and forth over an area in a grid pattern which ultimately creates two D radar. Graham the technique detects subtle subtle differences in ground density. Speaking about one set of otherwise imperceptible animal's footprints. He says these were caused by compression of sediment beneath the animals track in the day relate to the weight and momentum of the animal twelve thousand years ago the White Sands area was a large muddy flat which was covered Ford with footprints from various species. Urban is excited about the story. So many footsteps suggest for example the researchers found no evidence of shoes or sandals handles they did find human animal tracks crossing each other which suggests the prints were left during a hunt. The findings were reported in the Journal scientific reports. It's this sort of unique setting has recorded all of the daily movements of people and footprints. They're actually more than more than we even the because there are always some that aren't visible these techniques could be applied to older sites all around the world perhaps even to find dinosaur tracks that have been sitting quietly lightly waiting at long last to be found for scientific. American sixty seconds science. I'm Eleanor Bron..
"eleanor bron" Discussed on WGN Radio
"As I mentioned the record collection is with me this afternoon brought it in and I have something to share with you because on this date October tenth back in nineteen thirty nine the real Eleanor Rigby died in her sleep of unknown causes she was forty four years old now the Beatles song in sixty six that featured her name was actually not written about her you know about this Paul McCartney's first drafted this song use the name miss daisy Hawkins kind of fits now in the eighties Elena Rigby's tombstone was noticed by somebody in the graveyard of St Peter's parish a church in Walton Liverpool which ironically is just a few feet from where John and Paul first met in nineteen fifty seven can you believe that his neck is now wild Paul said that after he had this name miss daisy Hawkins for the song Eleanor Rigby he changed it to own a rig be because of the actress in England Eleanor Bron and she was in help and the rig be part what is the name of a liquor store he sucked in Bristol and there's a little more to the story after we hear a little bit of this the do there's nothing wrong with your listening device that that's on us apparently has one channel did not come through did well you know what they they don't play a lot of music here WGN sell understandable quite quite ready for that at any rate Paul McCartney said Eleanor Rigby the name was totally fictitious it was made up but it's quite possible that Paul saw the rig be grave and it just to ended up in his subconscious season may have started away in his head and it's possible that he made a child visit to that graveyard and then the name just stuck maybe he says anyway now you know the rest of the story unfortunately didn't hear the rest of the song add to a ghost coming up after four o'clock here we'll talk a little bit about marathon running the pros and cons training diet and exercise will do that and also in the four o'clock hour we'll find out whether that sports stuff you have at home is trash or treasure ever wonder about the autographed baseball as you may have some autographed pictures you collected various memorabilia and you're thinking maybe I should sell this stuff maybe should find out what it's worth we have somebody here who will tell us whether it's trash or treasure you'll be able to call in and of was that question there is coming right up and now you should do the contest do that now I think so well we're gonna do it now it's.
"eleanor bron" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"D._J.. Nick Welcome back to next up everywhere well. Thank you so much shows. I guess it's a new rate regeneration. I suppose here I am. I'm with you like you would say exactly and well. You know that's the problem with regeneration. Sometimes you never know what you're going to get so exactly but <hes> yeah so thankfully I posted that D._J.. Nick was having some emergency surgery surgery but thankfully he's much better now and out of the hospital and ready to talk some Colin Baker Eras so I'm looking forward to this as we discuss revelation of the dialects <hes> this was the last story of season twenty two from nineteen eighty five so back in eighty so if you're in a stranger things three kind of mode with nineteen ninety-five here's one from the doctor who in <hes> written written by Eric's award who wrote <hes> the stories earth shock and remembrance of the Daleks from the Peter Davison era. He's also the script editor at the time and directed by Gram Harper who directed probably really one of my favorite episodes if not my favorite story from the classic era the case of Andrews Johnny but he's also directed at a lot of <hes> stories from the <hes> David tennant era including army of Ghosts Slash Slash Doomsday and <hes> a little little store. You may have heard of the stolen earth slash journey's end you may be familiar with so great director <hes> and like I said this was the sixth cereal season twenty two you and of course starring Tom Colin Baker as the six doctor and Cola Bryant Nikola Bryant as Perry Brown also known as PREPA Gilliam of course but Perry's a lot easier to type on my notes and easier to say an easier to say yes let loose syllables with their Perry <hes> so before we get into things I know we had talked briefly. When you were so wonderful to <hes> discuss the enemy of the world back here Ondeck stop up everywhere nick so in general? What did you think of watching revelation of the daleks again well? I have to say you were saying lost time we were here. We actually talking Patrick Troughton quite a time jump frustrate drought to call it and bake twenty twenty year jump of roughly yeah exactly and so it was interesting interesting way to kind of look at it because I often re watched him united my famous marathon from beginning to yeah yeah that was talked about that the last I I'm still off of that by the way well thank you and so every I do like to watch you know random episodes just for the fun of it but it's really I get touchy Washington. Wish we say a critical I as in you know in preparation for this podcast overseas at the kind of look at it in a particular way you had Kinda Tara applause and everything else I mean it was great to see it. Obviously we're looking the era which is was maligned. I think unfortunately calling Baker was under a lot of fire his his uh periods as Dr as was arrested McCoy and also people kind of felt that both <hes> Erica's say would and John Nathan Turner Carnival most wanting to kill the show as in there. Was this conspiracy going on. They were trying to put out the worst episode possible so that people just don't want to watch it so just go away right yeah I I. I I totally agree with you. <hes> one of the things I notice when I did my rewatch here yesterday <hes> it seems like this script by Eric's award <hes> it's very sexist and even even for the eighties. It's a bit sexist and just you know the doctor is acting horribly and I think that was a a kind of the problem. When sward was the scripted or on the show is that that's that's kind of what he envisioned with him in Jonathan Turner for the six Dr Unfortunately for Colin Baker and unfortunately for the <hes> the fans <hes> and he obviously didn't serve his doctor well in that regard as script editor and as a result <hes>? It's probably why you know the the rating started going down and <hes> you know there was there's that kind of building resentment toward Cowan Bakers doctor when in fact active award really that I think was more responsible than Colin Baker was I thought Colin Baker was fine given his material. He was just giving such horrible material in my opinion. This is very true and to be on this the I I. I often try to defend the undefendable known to do this. I mean they've been debates the green and move you have one of the few people who actually defended it first year Rheinmetall's fan you know I could see the AETNA could see that but and this however I felt this particular episode was one of the better ones of the baker runs right. <hes> grunted awesome huge coach problems. I e the sexist situation. Unfortunately I think also Nikola Brian's in many situations is found kind of being the victim of lecherous old men in this in this case too she's kind of musk views like the sex object and not giving much to do and we'll be in kind of the pretty girl to look at and being like I said the Google by these these rather than men and so was it's a shame because she is fine actress in their own right and that was one of the problems and also I'm a huge fan garlic's. I bet to start with so impeach enjoyed every single dodig cereal episodes. The thing that goes on my nerves was the voices the dialects tat <unk> particular situation great go me right but Roy Skelton doing the voice of the dialects yes exactly and then they they did find their voice and it was actually better as as things came back especially in new who they gave the momentum voice to say when it comes to Ross it could be the worst episode in the world and I'm always happy in Davos is on screen here Devos's played by Terry Malloy which is kind of a great segue as we talk about the cast <hes> tabloids Abloy. I I really like his Davos. I think it's it's very good <hes> for what he's given again and <hes> you know he he brings a lot of menace to the role and <hes> I enjoy performance especially <hes> I've have listened to some of the big finish audios with him him reprising Davos and he superb on those <hes> especially when it's Kinda left up to your imagination a kind of picture what's happening and you can't have obviously focus focus on the the vocal performance and is just it that menace comes through you know he's just he's just such a great classic doctor who villain and so I'm always it's always an a treat for for me to see Terry Molloy's as Davos and <hes> you know from what I understand. He's you know a lot of fans seem to like him when they meet him at convention so <hes> some very happy for him and <hes> always open to <hes> hearing his performances PRU <unk> and to go back to the point the wheel making about the fact that maybe not being very strongly written those I guess this episode into context as in in it was the right and and in the U._k.. Having very great see shows shows new things like repo man you had the road warrior you at two thousand eighty which would vary gritty neil nihilistic shows right <hes> and so I think may they wanted to also follow suit in that sense because I think this one of the dock <unk> Daca eras adopted who with exception of what we've been seeing capacity later on doesn't as well the DACA Kinda greetings maybe also take into account what was coming out in the B._B._C.'s in the U._K.. In general plus in full Bloom Lim punk era and such so it's going to be I think though bit harder newly gritty and here you actually dealing with a plight like Nicholas where you have the dead kind of the nearly dead peaking treated and such. I think there's also that to take into account to the N._B._A.. Because of the setting there's a there's a great potential here for dark humor obviously a little bit of Morbid Humor and you know obviously we get some of that with this especially with the D._J.. Talking about you know because he's broadcasting to essentially I mean I know that they're talked about being suspended animation but essentially they're treated as if their corpses in Johny speaking to so so there's a lot of you know dead puns or just you know little <hes> acknowledgments of the of the you know that this is essentially like a funeral funereal world and with with all that implies now obviously. I think you know if this story had been made in the present. I think it would have been a much more. I want to say it would have more impact I think because they're the idea of this world that's dedicated to the dead <hes> obviously with the name of a planet net gross <hes>. It's right there in the name that <hes> you know there. There's I think there's a potential here for much croupier episode than what the story right projects but again like you said it's the eighties so exactly so I'll just comic fans we know what the were like. No and it was sentenced stories. We're coming out in the eighties wrench in the mirror that thing of yoga that big guns in the violence lie than this is like you had to put it in context like you said with comics. This is right before <hes> what is essentially a lot of fans call the dark age of comics where you know before Frank Miller's the dark knight returns in one thousand nine hundred six Jason and watchmen and <hes> you know the a lot of what that those series brought to the table so <hes> this is on the very cusp of that and as a result I think yeah you're just kinda starting waiting to see that that shift toward exactly you know they <hes> maybe a few years after this <hes> Hell Blazer starts for for DC comics which became vertigo that <hes> you know that series in the sand man was we're just right around the corner as well so so yeah. There's a there's a little bit of a darkness just starting to creep back into the fun in light part of the eighties. Oh yes very much the spray and everything right there. There was this desire to Kinda deconstruct everything and kind of <hes> you know play what normally would be treated as very light and <hes> family friendly and obviously put that darker tinge to it and in an guessing that maybe that's kind of what S- award was trying for here now whether he succeeded now that's opening I think to debate but <hes> but I think he tried at least a little bit here. <hes> in addition to Terry Malloy who obviously obviously was in other stories like resurrection of the Daleks and remembrance of the Daleks from the Peter Davison McCoy eras <hes> he <hes> let's see he <hes> we had clive swift who played job Mr Joe Mobile and he may be very recognizable to fans of the modern era because he played Mr Copper in voyage of the damned the Davidson the David tennant Christmas special classic and you know he was obviously much much more likable there than he was here where here he's playing like <hes> you know <hes> Very lecherous older gentlemen wearing a bad to pay hitting on Perry and other women in treating his assistant task becker horribly. Oh yes and I should add the fans of B._B._C.. Comedy Ocean he was in keeping up appearances right. Those fans of those comedy shows like myself and oversee was much more likable official. Oh and if you're a fan of the Arthur in epic excalibur the film he played a character named actor in that as well so as little little kind of <hes> Easter egg if you happen to be watching that film from back in the day the very stylish in Shiny Shiny Chrome Excalibur <hes> we had eleanor Bron who played Kara in this and she may be recognizable to people who saw the Tom Baker story city of death off because she was playing she played in a rather cameo like roll an art gallery visitor right who is <hes> essentially the companion of none other than John cleese from Monty Python's flying circus at the time so very very memorable seen whether kind of perusing artwork and then they see the Tartus and the kind of de kind of <hes> as an art treated <hes> the Tartus in and try to critique it like an art critic almost very funny scene <hes> she also played a Ileana Dell's descend toes in a big finish audio adventure for the fifth Dr Era <hes> for Peter Davison Call Luke Guru which is the French for Werewolf so kind of get an idea for that story <hes> We've course had the Great Alexi Sayle as the D._J.. Something Nick should probably either cringe or identify with in this story into that. I figured I figured we would I figured we would <hes> ease notable. If you're a fan of Indiana Jones because he played the sultan in Indiana Jones in the last crusade the one who <hes> you know that <hes> traded in his <hes> stylish car for all kinds of you know like you made this deal <hes> with you know for tanks you should have tanks and you should have all this and that guy <hes> guy. If you remember that Guy <hes> <hes> he also played. I'm a big fan of the B._B._C.. Series the young ones back in the day from the eighties <hes> he played a character several characters. Actually he played the Ba- laskey family which essentially like once every episode he would have you will play a different member of the boss keys this <hes> in some other assorted characters one of my favorite characters that he played on the young ones was a character named Brian Damage which is a brilliant name. I love it very report name. <hes> Brian Damage <hes> so yeah..
"eleanor bron" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"Hello, welcome to food neighborhoods. So monocle twenty four. I am Marcus. He also various locals love for their food entering offerings. And in this series, we get to know these places this week. We are in London Garin grisanti, which is a regular Monaco contributor, and she takes us on a tour to her home. Neighborhood feeds, throw VM. North of London. So ho- Fitzroy via a cozy neighborhood bounded by Marla bone road to the north, the busily touristic Oxford Street to the south, the academic avenue of Gower street to the east and the quietly, she great Portland street to its west. Historically, a place of scandal and the Bahamian lifestyle. It's sure of itself enough to outlaw the use of the term No-ho to name its leafy streets home to architects actors, film directors and writers. It's been a foodie haven since the twel on Charlotte street became London's first celebrity restaurant in the seventies followed two decades later by the late pheno and Pieta Tare watched over by the landmark. BT tower a now nostalgic looking. One hundred ninety meter space needle built in nineteen sixty one Fitzroy via constantly pulsating with restaurant openings and closings close to London's West End, but not in it. It's. Deal for intimate dining, especially pre or post theater, and it's open to all cuisines. What makes its v via such a serious gourmet destination are outcrops from the fruit of ground of so hose. Number ten, Greek street Portland on great Portland street, concord London's dining scene when it first opened in two thousand fifteen with new English cuisine that featured colossally intense flavors served in perfect proportions so much. So earned a Michelin star and spawned a sister bistro. Clips tone operates much the same foundations of fine. Modern British seasonal food that simple pared down to it's essential flavors and bolstered by unusual combinations clip stone famously serve brains on toast in the winter months, and it regularly sold out. St. the tiny Honey Inco grams as many happy diners in it as it can skinny, little chairs, narrow tables. This Lebanese inspired bakery of dreams is fabled for its Middle Eastern cuisine, as well as its unmissable. Fettuccine cake served on crunchy pastry noodles. It sister restaurant, Honey, and smoke is only streets away. Charlotte street has a traditional sway the fashionable and more predictable EV such as the ninth and Roko. But I rather like the intriguing new colonial Indian restaurant called lock hand Walla, which serves innovative firm lobster rabbit and impressive cubes of spiced veneer. But you might catch actor Eleanor Bron who starred with the Beatles dining rebound a secret little hideaway on Cleveland street that serves unpretentious -ly wonderful. Carola Indian food. Korean barbecue has also been stalwart for twelve years with Koba tucked away around a pub corner, wonderfully spare would meets a glass roof as the center of your table transforms itself into a Korean grill complete with a fascinating hosepipe ventilation and they make their own kimchi nearby is the Michelin starred Peruvian. Darling Lima with a fig dotted, bread and corn cakes are so good. You almost forget to order. The Savita, of course, fits Roe v has its novelty side to from here sprang the Mackin wild franchise of hunted game in whiskey. There's also attendant the public lavatory made into a literal underground coffee, Dan, and the quirky, good bubble dogs. Yes, that's grocer pain and hot dogs. Calm and sensible, uncrowded and slyly trendy. It's Roby east quietly chic. It has nothing left to prove whatever you want. It's probably here and if it isn't, it will be very soon for Monica in London time, Karen, Christina, vich. This is being episodes. Number eighty, five for food neighborhoods are guide to London. Fifth row via worse carrying Crisanto vich for more food and drink stories tune into the menu every Friday as nineteen hundred London time are your Marcus hip him thankfully, sinning and by for now.