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Podcasts from Spectator writers
The Chapel is dedicated to the 28,000 American people who were stationed on British soil and died in World War Two
By Revd Steve Morris
Numan’s parents knew there was something special about him and they never medicalized it
Several other Thirties buildings from American firms survive in west London
In 2003, David Blaine spent 44 days in a plexiglass box suspended above the River Thames. It was amazing, yes, but it wasn’t magic
In Lavenham, American history is unlocked by a pint of fine English ale
They remind us that we’re not the first to face these fears
‘The new owners employ Army vets for a few dollars a day to sit by a van in case an inspector comes’
Despite there being no mention of them in the Bible, cats have a prestigious holy pedigree in Christianity
The sorry history of London’s Hoover Building
Revd Steve Morris
‘My voice is a curse’: Gary Numan interviewed
The history of the American Memorial Chapel
American magicians in London
The holy pedigree of cats
In the cart of the city
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