London Real is a weekly, one hour video podcast documenting the journey of Brian Rose & Nic Gabriel as they challenge the status quo, explore the human experience, and exchange ideas and perspectives with their guests in one of the most exciting and diverse cities on the planet.
Our goal is to expand your consciousness and experience a new mindframe, to confront your fears and to celebrate the triumph.
We don’t have all of the answers, but we do have all of the questions.
London Real, it’s about the journey.
The podcast genre of entertainment is a new medium that people are just now beginning to understand. What makes our program so exciting is that it is one hour of unedited, unscripted commentary and dialoge where anything can happen. No topic is off limits and the conversation is allowed to organically grow into something unique. It’s only a matter of time until the video podcast form of entertainment begins to complement traditional media like television and movies. The realness of frank discussion is an extremely attractive and addictive form of media.
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London, UK (PRWEB UK) 17 November 2011
Brian Rose and Nic Gabriel have created London Real, a weekly one hour video podcast documenting their journey as they challenge the status quo, explore the human experience, and exchange ideas and perspectives with their guests in one of the most exciting and diverse cities on the planet.
This week they host Stephen Brocklehurst, an actor and producer who discusses his upcoming film “The Enfield Poltergeist” and reminisces about his two years spent in the City of London as an investment banker. “We don’t have all of the answers, but we do have all of the questions” states co-host Nic Gabriel, who was born in South Africa but moved to London to pursue his black belt in the martial art Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. “Our goal is to expand your consciousness and experience a new mind frame, to confront your fears and to celebrate the triumph.”
“The podcast genre of entertainment is a new medium that people are just now beginning to understand” explains co-host Brian Rose, a native of San Diego and retired derivatives broker in the City of London. “It used to be you get home from work and turn on the TV. Not anymore, people today want to listen to real people having real conversations about real topics, and that is the essence of London Real.”
In just over four weeks since its debut, the show has already attracted a cult following with thousands both watching the video and listening to the audio portion on iTunes. Past guests include an Iranian refugee who became one of the founders of Sony-Ericsson, one of London’s top cocktail barmen, and an SAS veteran of two tours of Afghanistan.
“Our guests are Londoners from all walks of life. We’re not concerned about success or careers, the pre-requisite is that they’re interesting and open.” said Gabriel.