About london real

We believe that spending time watching or listening to inspiring people opens your mind and stimulates new ideas. We also believe in the power of personal mentorship to transform the individual.

Our Mission

Our mission is to create a mass scale transformation of humanity into a fully empowered, conscious and cooperative species.

Brian Rose, founder and host of London Real

Brian Rose

Founder, Host and CEO

Brian Rose left a successful career as a banker in Wall Street and the City of London to start London Real. His life up to this point had delivered on the promises of his university education at MIT and his personal ambitions, but he felt empty. 

So he quit his job and started a podcast to share his journey.

He fought resistance to turn London Real into a new generation media business with half a billion views and two million subscribers. Brian has conducted over 500 in-depth interviews as an antidote to the numbing effects of mainstream media.

Brian also founded London Real Academy offering live personal mentorship with courses designed to help you Transform Yourself.

Our evolution since 2011

London Real started as a podcast in 2011 as an antidote to the numbing effects of mainstream media, by offering an alternative perspective on the hottest topics of the day via in-depth interviews with a diverse range of inspiring guests.

The open and honest approach that founder and host, Brian Rose adopted gained a rapid following, with London Real recognised as a pioneer in the online media revolution.

London Real grew a devoted fanbase, many of whom requested tutoring and mentorship. ’Realers’ hoping to start their own podcast, turn their passion into a business, improve their lifestyle or take their presentation skills to a new level.

This influx of requests for help and advice inspired Brian Rose to launch the London Real Academy offering courses designed to improve your health, wealth and wellbeing.

London Real moved from 3-way conversation podcasts to 4K filming of one-on-one face-to-face in-depth interviews. We also started producing feature-length documentaries as a new way to deliver important stories.

In 2017, we moved into a new studio facility in London’s Shoreditch, and stepped up the volume of content published.

The breadth of interview and topics covered continues to expand, with popular guests including: Mantak Chia, Robert Kiyosaki, Dorian Yates, Dan Peña, Bruce Lipton, Dandapani, Dan Bilzerian, Priyanka Chopra, David Icke, Dr Joe Dispenza and Ido Portal.

London Real cover topics as diverse as Business & Finance, Health & Fitness, Science, Technology and Lifestyle as well as going deep into subjects including psychology, bitcoin, investment, ayahuasca, love and sex.

Behind the scenes, stories and motivation on Instagram.

Watch the show on YouTube. Where it all began.

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Get in Touch

We love hearing from ‘Realers’ all over the world.
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Our Causes

We work with a number of organisations
to help make the world a better place.

With Pencils of Promise, London Real have partnered with the Agbozume Sonuto community to construct a brand new three unit classroom block and create a quality learning environment for hundreds of students and teachers.

We support The Centre for Psychedelic Research at Imperial College London – led by Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris. The Centre is advancing the clinical use of psychedelics, with a particular focus on researching the treatment of depression

Our Ambassadors

Over the years, influential figures have joined our cause.

Ross Nicholls

Ross Nichols is a Roger Gracie black belt Brazilian Jiu Jitsu expert. Competing in the Grappling Industries, ADCC, King of the Beach and NOGI series, he has 42 wins under his belt to only 2 losses. Thanks Ross for wearing London Real colours.

Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris

Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris is the lead researcher at The Centre for Psychedelic Research at Imperial College London. The Centre is advancing the clinical use of psychedelics, with a particular focus on researching the treatment of depression.