I was invited over to the London Live TV studios yesterday for a live interview with Claudia-Liza Armah about fonts, type consumers and what the signage reveals about Dalston on a Type Safari. The TV channel is based in Northcliffe House, a building in West London with a huge, bright atrium and a glass elevator vanishing up towards the glass ceiling.
The studio is full of cameras which take on a life of their own as they are operated remotely from a booth, and the evening sun was streaming through the windows behind us. That was a great experience, I am always impressed by presenters and how they ask questions that make me come across as poised and knowledgeable. It was a big sofa so I was very happy not to topple over backwards on live television.