We follow a circular route through Westminster, Britain's political heart, to see sites connected with the political career of one of the twentieth-century's great statesmen. We see sculptures reflecting aspects of this career, as well as buildings where Churchill worked or which fell under his charge.
As we go we'll reflect on the complexity of a politician whose political career spanned roughly sixty-four years. We'll consider his achievements - some less obvious than others. And we'll see the reality behind the public image, doing a little myth-busting along the way!
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|Who||You will be one of several joining the experience from across the globe.||Exclusive experience for you and/or your party|
|Interaction||You will get a chance to ask questions, however, the guide will be attending to all participants.||You will get more one on one time with your guide throughout the experience.|
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Preparing for your Experience
You'll need a device with a reliable internet connection which has a good broadband signal. Please do ensure that you're using a device which has good audio output.
You must have downloaded Zoom onto your device in advance in order to join this event. If you've not done so, you can do it easily and simply. It’s free to install from here: https://zoom.us/
The presentation is based on a slideshow with a live commentary, as if we were actually on the streets. You're welcome to make comments and to ask questions as we go, just like you would if we were walking together.
Meet Your Guide
I was born in Bethnal Green, in the East End of London, in 1964 - and I'm still here! A lifetime in London keeps me in tune with the city's rhythms, and this gives authenticity to my work.
I qualified as a City of London guide in 2013, but also I guide a lot in the East End, where I teach tour guiding through my local authority.
Through my virtual tours my aim is to evoke the experience of being on London's streets. The setting of the tour is as important as the topic, and we get to know the character of the area as we go.
My specialist areas are literary London, espionage and intelligence, crime and the law, business and trade, and philanthropy. Also I'm a medievalist by training, and am developing a collection of pre-modern London tours.