Series 1, A Clash of Interests
Gus tries to get Alex on his side in order to pressurise George to censor a story about a chemical spillage from a company owned by Sir Royston.
Film: Starring Danny Dyer. Set in a post-apocalyptic London, seven people who are the only remaining survivors after an unspecified cataclysmic event has wiped out the Earth's entire population.
Film: Starring Gael García Bernal. Young lovers in London are wrapped up in a love triangle that may not be exactly what it seems.
Series 1, Episode 2 - Manny's First Day
Bernard, having offered him the job while drunk, does his best to get rid of his new charge by offering a one-day trial to see if the suspiciously modern-looking Manny is up to scratch. When the verdict goes against our goateed chum, Fran steps in and raises hell.
Movie Talk meets Romain Duris discussing recent and upcoming movie projects.
London Live will host Europe's largest amateur boxing event, the Haringey Box Cup.
There seems to be something in the air in West London that makes this lot love crazy.
Classic British cinema comes to life with iconic movies and legendary stars from our city's greatest studio.
Spend the summer with your capital's TV channel - London Live.
The rise and fall of the Essex Boys gang - the drugs, the violence and, of course, the murders. The real story is the most shocking of all.
The top dogs of the London underworld uncovered.
A British gangster flick with Craig Fairbrass and Nick Harper.
Who will survive the zombie apocalypse?
The PhoneShop is ready, and most definitely open for business... tune in Sundays, 9pm.
Catch Season 3 here on London Live.
The four day event brings together elements of traditional folk, with a twist of rock.
The work of a Camden artist has been paired with a classical musical recital.
Joni Clarke says that since wearing the full face veil, she has had cigarettes thrown at her and has nearly been run over.
It’s to celebrate the life and work of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo.
An unprecedented amount of tickets have already been sold for the National Portrait Gallery exhibition.
F1 driver Jenson Button was at the launch - we spoke to him about the city's cycling.
Largest mock counter-terrorism exercise staged in the UK
Properties in Kennington were flooded and road closures caused problems for commuters.
Growing Underground has rows upon rows of seedbeds growing salad leaves, herbs and “micro-herbs”.
Vicky Flynn from the foundation and artist Richard Symonds came into the studio to tell us more.
The world of tennis has descended on Wimbledon as the championships get under way in SW19.
More than 25,000 people turned up at the event at the Royal Artillery Barracks.
The annual Masterpiece event brings together fine art, sculptures, antiques, jewellery, books and even cars.
They are in their 44th year travelling the UK on a narrowboat, playing in locations like allotments and village halls
A celebration of products made in the UK has started in east London.
Free tennis lessons are on offer in Newham.
Andy Akinwolere will be taking part in an open water challenge.
Graffiti Street is presenting a new body of work by 12 of the grittiest graffiti and street artists the urban art scene has to offer.
Around half of all Londoners have an idea for an invention but can’t fund it.
It’s due to a £150m budget gap in its licence fee income.
More than £1m has been donated.
The opening film was One Crazy Thing - a London-set, low-budget romantic comedy.
Met Police have released new CCTV images.
An urban beach will soon be opening in east London.
New research by AVG shows that a fifth of children have also seen disturbing material by accident.
'Why Not People' aims to encourage change for the 11.8 million living with disability in the UK.
Europe's largest annual youth sporting event
This weekend saw one of the capital's internet Radio Stations become the first to get a license to operate on DAB in decades.
Kids in the capital spend 73 less minutes outside compared to children in the rest of the county.
Think 'The Office'... just a little grittier.
Some of the UK's top scientists showcase their most cutting edge research.
A vigil was held on the streets at Bank following the death of a 26-year-old woman there last week.
Jonny Cash's famous song 'Walk The Line' has been reversioned to add a musical backdrop.
You don't always associate musicians with healthy living, but Ben McKelvey is a rare exception.
A website that has helped hundreds of Croydon people to cut down on their drinking.
A London based breast cancer charity needs to raise £5m to open a new centre to support cancer sufferers and their family.
It’s all part of a project run by Bold Tendencies to bring the likes of Brahms and Beethoven to unexpected places.
Mayor Boris Johnson said the trial vehicle will run between Cricklewood and Victoria from October.
The top 100 richest stars in the world have been announced according to the US business and finance magazine.
Ahead of the start of the Ashes, a group of former cricket stars have been on the pitch in central London.
More than 500 students are presenting their work at the exhibition thats open for two weeks.
From eating burgers blindfolded to having a makeup tutorial from a blind makeup artist the event is open to everyone.
Robert Kasanga started the team after spending time in prison for a number for robberies.
A shantytown of art has opened in East London.
Cyclists from environmental teams are coming together to ride from York to London.
The Odeon on Kensington High Street has stood since the 1920s.
Thousands of tennis fans are set to descend on Wimbledon as one of the biggest tennis tournament of the year kicks off.
The figures also show pupils receiving free school meals are twice as likely to think school is a waste of time.
A London film maker follows the brand's fortunes from its earliest days to the present day.
From Michelin Star restaurants to pop up street food, Charlotte Street in the West End is a foodies dream.
The man behind the exhibition, explains more about the exhibition documenting the last four decades.
We go through some of the headlines in the local papers.
The future of a historic site in London is open for public consultation.
Even though tunneling is complete it will be two years before the first passenger will use the east to west link.
It's all part of a coastline campaign from the National Trust.
Somewhereto_ teamed up with Dame Tessa Jowell, Google and Founders Forum For Good to create somewhereto_startup.
Southeastern has put forward proposals saying the changes are vital - but campaigners say the building should be listed.
Islington is the capital's most densely populated borough.
We're barely into British summer but the countdown to Christmas has already begun for some.
To tennis fans he'll be a familiar sight guarding the lawn courts.
The findings come from a survey carried out by the disability charity Revitalise.
The production tells the tale of an overworked, underpaid and powerless call centre worker.
A satirical short film parodying a 1980s kids TV advert opens to the public in Shoreditch.
Today the London Assembly's Health committee questioned experts over what's behind the rise.
Its curator, Jason, and Pride Arts Festival curator, Duncan, explain more about the event.
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