New Piece on life in ‘London’s longest-running squat’
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New Piece on life in ‘London’s longest-running squat’

My new short radio doc is available online here. In it, Dave Tomlin describes his years squatting the Cambodian Embassy in London, which he transformed from an abandoned building into legendary artists’ colony and superlative squat: ‘the Guild of Transcultural Studies’ (all despite the best efforts of incensed bureaucrats from the Foreign Office).

A version of this piece was originally commissioned by Falling Tree Productions and broadcast on BBC Radio 4 as part of the series Short Cuts.
You can listen to the full episode here: