Hannah Scott-Joynt strolls along the colonnaded walkway known as the Pantiles in the Georgian spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells in Kent.
London's Hollywood delves into the everyday workings of the Shepperton and Pinewood Studios, the powerhouse at the heart of the European film industry.
Series 4, Episode 8
Sophia is struggling with her feelings about the love triangle.
Charting the remarkable rise and ultimate demise of the notorious Kray twins, this documentary is a fascination insight into London's gangland mobsters of the 50s and 60s.
Nicola Collins explores the fascinating complexity of the lives of her father and his friends: infamous criminals that shaped their war-torn environment into a violent underworld.
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.
Watch the vampire-gangster film starring Danny Dyer.
The Carlton Tavern was knocked down by its current owners in April.
J’ssiah Brown has a rare form of Leukaemia.
Murder in Successvillle is new to BBC Three.
London has the highest numbers of people living in short stay hospitals
All the biggest headlines from Question Time.
Kevin McCloud talks through this year’s programme.
The cheeky Essex boy has been hanging out with Westminster's elite.
He tells us how he has his hope set on Rio.
We speak to those aiding the relief effort.
A consultant speaks on the struggle surviving on the amount they receive from the NHS.
Next time you’re in the Pacific and offered a hallucinogenic brew, don't to accept it.
Is Taraji P Henson a tough Cookie?
The route is allegedly the 'most beautiful car race in the world'.
Playwright, Laurence Lynch, discusses his play and the ever-changing Soho.
Dame Vivienne Westwood and Joe Corre are protesting against fracking in the UK.
The British Medical Journal Awards are taking place tonight.
The arts festival launched in 2009.
Dishes inspired by Les Miserables, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and The Phantom of the Opera will be served.
Retired vicar Paul Nicolson took legal action after complaining that magistrates ruling on allegations of council tax non-payment were failing to check the accuracy of costs incurred by Haringey.
Some key routes in and out of London have been cancelled.
More than 13 per cent of family homes don't have a working smoke alarm according to new figures.
The IWA Canal Cavalcade returns to Little Venice over May bank holiday weekend.
Drivers in Westminster could be fined if they leave their engines idling.
If you thought Russell Brand was the only comedian with a say on politics, think again.
It’s a bank holiday, and there’s plenty going on.
This weekend a number of events are taking place in south London to encourage young people to vote.
The UK's first professional 5-A-Side football league announced its arrival in Shoreditch this week.
We meet a fashion consultant shows the correlation with dressing well and feeling great.
Can you help the Met identify these suspects?
Debt charity says nearly £250 million was owed to loved ones last year.
Alfie Davies explains how he's preparing for his next match.
The play focuses on a moment of desperation presented with a one-in-a-million opportunity.
Essential health accessory or a distraction?
The arts venue in Shoreditch says it could go bankrupt if it has to pay back an outstanding loan.
The choir will be opening for David Cameron’s Citizens UK General Election Assembly.
I Wish to Die Singing opens today.
A round-up of the big political stories of the week.
Some students at SOAS are refusing to pay their last months rent for their halls of residence.
Inspired by both jazz and blues and her love of story telling.
An enormous inflatable assault course was set up to promote the drink.
The organisation is collecting film footage from across the capital.
Michael Eavis described it as the pinnacle of the 45 years since the festival began.
Founder Dan Thomson explains more.
According the research by Sussex Innovation.
The rally falls on the eve of the Rana Plaza disaster.
Legal professionals will be leading the campaign.
Scientists in London think they have the answer.
The charity looks after the well being of sex workers.
The instillation is supposed to read your mood and translate it into coloured lights.
It was one of the first times different campaigns united to fight the housing crisis.
It’s set in a fictional country and is based on the revolution in Kiev.
Navinder Singh Sarao appeared in Westminster Magistrates Court.
A record number of primary school applications were received by London boroughs.
New figures revealed in 2014 the capital had more than 12,000 cases of reported animal cruelty.
Mirela Sula, Editor in Chief of Migrant Woman Magazine, explains more.
The 5th event celebrates the continent’s fashion, creativity and influence.
The Evening Standard and Centre for London are hosting the London Hustings debate tonight.
The protest is organised by United Cabbies Group.
Florence Pugh and Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams were at the premiere.
The results show 16 to 24-year-olds ranked politics in higher importance than business studies, art and languages.
Conservatives have pledged to build 400,000 new homes on brownfield sites - but a study has suggested that isn’t possible.
Today sees the opening of circus show A Simple Space.
Half of parents think their children will never own a home without inheritance.
She was the 5th cyclist to die on the capital’s roads this year.
One woman is calling for the introduction of badges to work in the way ‘baby on board’ badges do.
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