Tell Sky how the ELL will change Brockley

We've been contacted by Sky News Radio reporter Andy, who's putting together a story about the impact of the East London Line along the route it serves.

He's interested in speaking to anyone, such as local small business owners, who expects the ELL to have big impact on them.

You'd need to be available to be interviewed in Brockley between 08.45 and 09.15 tomorrow or to get to their studios in Osterley (far west London) or Millbank (central) in the afternoon. The interview will be syndicated to stations across London, so it would be good exposure for local businesses in particular...

If you'd like to take part, please email Andy. Not you Lou.

13 comments:

lol said...

What a laugh if Lou's views could be showcased about this.

BCY said...

On a related note:

You can view rail times on National Rail enquiries for the ELL after the 23rd and after the 15th for the restricted service and limited stations (not all between NXG and Dalston are signed off.

BCY

Anonymous said...

Sky News has a Radio station?

darryl said...

Sky now runs Indepdendent Radio News.

Lou Baker said...

Hey hey hey.

My right to free speech has been shattered.

Lou

Anonymous said...

Whereabouts is Millbank?

Anonymous said...

What wavelength is Sky Independent News and is it any good?

Worksinradio said...

Sky doesn't have it's own radio station, it is however a news provider for loads of local radio stations across the country...

Matt-Z said...

Has anyone asked people who live near the West London Line or Goblin Line how their areas have changed since they appeared on the Tube Map? I'd be interested to hear if it's made a big difference, although they are shorter lines with fewer stations, so the impact will no doubt be less than the ELL.

Richard from Gospel Oak-Barking Line said...

It's grim up North London on th' Overground! Since being on the Tube map and with Oyster, our trains are crush loaded with passengers left behind on the platform. TfL & DafT won't give us longer electric trains and after 2 years of promising trains every 15 minutes since February we now FEWER trains!

Tommo said...

News just in: The partial opening of the East London Line between New Cross and Dalston Junction has been delayed until Monday 19th April at the earliest.

Tamsin said...

Rats and there was I doing posters for people to put up in their Central London workplaces telling people to come to the Concert on Monday by the new Overground - and we'll be lucky if it happens by then.

Headhunter said...

I refuse to speak to Sky until they remove satellite dishes from the conservation area...

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