Series 1, London Live Film Festival: Portobello Episdoe
Playwrights and scientists teamed up to tell stories of production and consumption.
Charlotte Mellor speaks to us about the track 'If You Hadn't Done What You Did'.
Dodge, duck, dip, dive and donate!
This weekend is the 350th anniversary of the Great Plague.
The campaign aims to raise awareness of social enterprising businesses.
Set in Canterbury in 2005, it follows six characters after the murder of a young girl called Emily Collins.
Libby Freeman and Paul Lane set up a crowd funding scheme to help those in the refugee camp.
We went to speak to those involved in the production.
All donations made will be going to Crisis who work to help the homeless.
As a financial journalist, Bourke was the subject of a BFI documentary "A Womans Place: The City".
Parents want to save Marlborough School in Kensington & Chelsea from demolition.
Can rates of HIV transmission be reduced through art?
A new initiative has been launched to get more people involved in their local communities.
Thomas Despin explained more about his project, Startup Cycling, while he was in the capital.
Parents of Marlborough School have gained over 1400 signatures against the council's decision.