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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
18th October 1960 In Britain, News Chronicle and Daily Mail merge, and London Evening Star merges with Evening News
18th October 1950 Born today: Sheila White, London England, actress (I Claudius)
The King's Speech
The premises of the Australian speech therapist Lionel Logues
Location: 146 Harley Street
Description: In 2010 'The Kings Speech' film won 7 BAFTAS and 4 Oscars based on speech therapist Lionel Logue helping King George V1 overcoming his speech stammer.
'Colin Firth' and 'Geoffrey Rush' were the stars.
If you leave Regents Park station and go left and first left you will arrive at Harley Street and 'Lionel Logues' premises are at number 146 with a green plaque outside.
Dr. Lionel George Logue, Esq., CVO (26 February 1880 - 12 April 1953) was an Australian speech therapist and stage actor who successfully treated, among others, King George VI, who had a pronounced stammer.
Tagged in this Tour: july 2012