The doctors revisit a young man who had a serious skin condition in his armpits and a woman who experienced severe pain during sex.
Starring Tommy O'Neill. On a Friday afternoon in North London, Jack decides to bet £250 on a horse win treble which, if all three horses win, would net him and his friends a fortune. (2016)
Jez and his crew face serious consequences as they attempt an elaborate heist on cash belonging to local crime kingpin, Terry Slade. (2017)
Starring Laurence Harvey and John Gielgud. Adaptation of Shakespeare's classic play where the son and daughter of two rival families fall for each other, with tragic consequences. (1954)
Food busker John Quilter whips up a tagliatelle with smoked salmon dish over at Borough Market to busk to the general public, serial meat muncher and barbecue fiend DJ BBQ samples ribs at American BBQ joints and the Soul Food Sisters host one of their famous Caribbean-themed supper clubs.
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A sarcophagus found near Southwark goes on display for the first time
Popular American sculptor Carole Feuerman is in London for her first solo exhibition in the capital.
In anticipation of the 70th anniversary of the first Windrush ship docking in the UK, Oxo Tower Wharf is exhibiting works from award winning photographer Jim Grover.
The Charles Dickens Museum in Westminster is unveiling a new brand new exhibition, showcasing the famous author’s little known passion for science.
A children’s indoor play centre has joined a national campaign, aimed at getting more young people into engineering
Works begin on new customer passageways and train tunnels
London’s landmarks of the past are being remembered in a free exhibition, hosted at the London Metropolitan Archives.
Arsenal fans were left in shock after the announcement that the manager position had been given to former Paris St-German coach Unai Emery
Back in 2015 it was announced that a Canadian company was planning to build the world's first space tower.
Londoners are being urged to come forward with suggestions of green spaces with a connection to the first world war.
A series of Alphabet chairs, and a multi level maze are among the commissions which have been announced for this year's London Design Festival.
Private gardens opening to the public
A series of exhibitions, installations and showrooms in East London
Sir John Soane's Museum first exhibition devoted to Postmodernist Architecture
The Chelsea Flower show is back with its usual stunning array of outdoor design and spaces.
A temporary pavilion, created two years ago, has returned to the Pump House gallery in Battersea Park
A new online mini series looking at Russian heritage and culture
Athletes from London and as far as the US took part in the 13 mile run.
In the wake of the Windrush scandal, a timely collection of short stories have been released.
The play opens at the Southwark Playhouse next week
Jon Richardson's new series full of worry.
Breathe is the work of 18 year old George Jaques from Wandsworth.
It's tomorrow's other big story, the FA Cup.
An RAF flyby is planned to mark a major athletics meet at Hampstead Heath.
The winner of a major funding prize.
Iconic film posters go on sale
He'll be using part of a £1.67 billion government fund to enable councils to build more homes
We speak to an astrologist about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Artist, John Walter has worked with Professor Greg Towers with the aim to use the exhibition to bring new scientific knowledge about Viral capsids to the public's attention
Police launch murder investigation for a man who went missing 5 years ago
Sassan Behnam-Bakhtiar explores Iranian identity in the 21st century.
London's largest free one-day music festival is back for the sixth time this weekend
Acting greats from Lawrence Olivier to Judi Dench have performed at the famous auditorium
St George's Hospital is holding an exhibition which encourages the audience to reimagine the world they see around them
A new exhibition at the Guildhall Art Gallery celebrates the works of famous ceramicist and tile designer William De Morgan
‘In the Shadow Of The Mountain’ is billed as a combination of love and despair and is coming to the Old Red Lion Theatre.
The bright and bold architecture of the so-called post-modern era of the 1970s and 80s has received a boost with new protections from development
An all-male cast has been announced for the return of the critically acclaimed production 'Iolanthe'
Asma Khan who runs the Darjeeling Express restaurant off Carnaby Street won in the Entrepreneur Category
Places of worship all around London are hosting a series of First World War memorials to raise money for veterans charities
It has been spray painted by street artist Jimmy C, and it's hoped the painting will be a focal point for visitors to St Christopher's Place
A new exhibition of posters made during the protests in London in 1968
To celebrate this landmark Frenchy’s bedroom has been recreated in Soho
London Electro-Rock Group have two upcoming gigs
A film about the park has been nominated for an award
London based film follows a couple as they prepare to go their separate ways
A stage production celebrating the life and career of Spike Milligan is opening
This weekend thousands of people will take to the capital's streets for the annual Moonwalk
London's famous department is looking for untapped talent in craft design
Patrick Sullivan from think tank Parliament Street talks us through the London local elections
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