After winning the Best Media category of the 2005 London Cycling Awards, the Bike Show’s Jack Thurston was featured in the ‘My Bike and I’ column of London Cyclist, the magazine of the London Cycling Campaign. You can read it here.
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Stand back and hold tight! London’s best bike messenger band, the Deadley Treadleys, will be doing a a live session on the show on Monday 20 March 2006 at 6.30pm. Red lights will be banned from the studio for the duration and we’re arranging a nice tail wind too…
Resonance fm likes to keep its schedules fresh and so the Bike Show is taking a break for a few weeks, and should be returning to the airwaves mid-February 2006. Look out for the new season which will feature: – A London poetry ride – Alfred Jarry as performed by Peter Blegvad – Brevet dreams […]
The Bike Show has won the award for ‘Best Media Initiative’ at the London Cycling Campaign’s annual awards. Emily Thornberry, MP for Islington South and chair of the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group, presented the award to Jack Thurston and Kieron Yates at the London Cycling Campaignâ€™s AGM on Wednesday 2 November. The Bike Show […]
In an exciting development, the Bike Show has been syndicated by CKDU in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and will be broadcast in glorious FM across the icy waters of the North Atlantic. Currently scheduled in the sought-after ‘graveyard’ slot of Tuesdays at 4.30am, sandwiched between ‘Radio Goethe’ and ‘The Lost Discs Radio Show’, the Bike Show […]
Like many hundreds of London cyclists I went along to critical mass last Friday night. I’d heard about the possible crackdown by the Metropolitan Police under the Government’s new public order legislation and I wanted to express my right to ride. I’ve been riding in Critical Mass rides in London, Oxford and San Francisco for […]
After interminable waiting and technical fiddling, the Bike Show is now listed in the iTunes podcast directory. The iTunes ID number is 85585749. And the direct link is here. A big thank you goes to Joshua Jeremiah who rode in on a big white horse and saved the day when all was darkness and despondency.