02 February 2014

Episode 102: Daniel Ruiz Tizon


This week writer, comedian and podcaster Daniel Ruiz Tizon speaks to his about his life in South West London and the influence it has had on his work.


We let him guide us through some of the SW postcodes we're less familiar with and talk in detail about the transpontine spots he's called home.


He also guides us through his work online including podcasts like Please Don't Hug Me and Daniel Ruiz Tizon Is Available as well as The Letter, his recent series for Resonance FM. All Daniel's work can be found on 1607westegg.wordpress.com and follow him on twitter @1607WestEgg

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1 comment:

  1. I used to work at a pub called the Falcon near Clapham North tube in the late 90s. It was a good place, even though sometimes it could get a bit drunken. The landlord, Terry, a nice, friendly, if somewhat heavy handed West Indian, would regularly use the large iron bar that bolstered the back door to intimidate the more drunken or drugged up customers. Happy days and many lock ins.

    Last time I went in it had turned itself into a thai restaurant / cocktail bar.

    Clapham changed so much between 1998 and 2005. Any pub that you got used to would eventually change to a cocktail bar, and we found ourselves moving on further and further down the high street until there was no one left to go. I've never been back.

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