October 19, 2012 5:15 pm
Many years ago, I used to visit Speaker’s Corner in London’s Hyde Park and basically watch a bunch of semi-loonies shouting. It was pretty addictive, particularly as there was always a bunch of guys who’d heckle all the speakers. Some of them were really funny. So, I was excited to come across this film about Speaker’s Corner from 1986, and recognise a couple of faces, most notably the podgy, posh chap – who, if I am not mistaken, once gave me a Nazi salute when I asked him directions to Marble Arch synagogue. Lovely.
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