• Visit My Mosque Day. A personal guided tour of the Mansfield Road Mosque recorded by Wayne Walton.
• The Archipelago Project. A series of interviews by David with a group of artists and a film crew engaged in a project to record their reactions to some of the islands in the Walthamstow Wetlands.
• We have a piece of writing which amounts to a complete life story from a lady named Pauline Lees who lives in sheltered accommodation in Leytonstone. This is read by Adele Tinman.
• There is an interview recorded at The Mill in which a young psychologist named Nancy asks for volunteers to take part in her research project.
• There is an appeal from me for help from schools to set up interviews with young people regarding the recent protests of school-students about climate change caused by human activities.
• We have a short item in which we interview a local African drummer who is a member of the African Drumming and educational group called Mbilla Arts.
• As well as all this we've got what I think are some beautiful songs (well, I chose them), from Gillian Welch, Liam Clancy, Catherine Paver, Lily Brooke, the Corrie Folk Trio with Paddie Bell, and Kate Wolf.
Two late items now added are:
• Andrea's roundup of coming events in Waltham Forest for the next four weeks, and
• An interview recorded by Wayne with young Mbilla Arts and others in the Walthamstow Mall regarding the recent wave of knife-crime in the borough. This is a "not to be missed" item.