Welcome to What London Can Be, the podcast where we navigate our shifting world, shine a light on the issues our city is facing, and explore the innovative, made-in-London solutions to critical challenges in our community.
Episode 6: Skylar Franke
In this episode of What London Can Be, our host Diane Silva speaks with Skylar Franke, Executive Director of the London Environmental Network, about the environment, sustainability, and what groups and organizations are doing to keep our Forest City green and thriving.
Episode 5: Chuck Lazenby
In this episode of What London Can Be, our host Diane Silva speaks with Chuck Lazenby, Executive Director of Unity Project, about what needs to be done to address homelessness in London and how we can better support those experiencing homelessness in our community.
Episode 4: Aarij Anwer
In this episode of What London Can Be, Diane Silva speaks with Sh. Aarij Anwer, Interim Imam and Islamic Education Coordinator at the London Muslim Mosque, about Islam, Ramadan, London’s Muslim community, and how the Mosque has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Episode 3: Sylvia Harris & Greg Playford
In this episode of What London Can Be, Diane Silva speaks with Sylvia Harris, Project Developer at Indwell, and Greg Playford, member of LCF's Board of Directors and Housing Action Committee, about the Vision SoHo Alliance and the new mixed-use, affordable housing development proposed for the Old Victoria Hospital Lands in South London.
Vital Conversation: Marci Allen-Easton
In this special edition of What London Can Be, we revisit a talk given by Marci Allen-Easton at LCF's Vital Conversation: Be Equal on December 4, 2019.
Episode 2: Arielle Kayabaga
In this episode of What London Can Be, Diane speaks with Arielle Kayabaga, Ward 13 Councillor for the City of London, about race, advocacy, and Black History Month.