Not The One Show
Surprise! New research suggests getting older makes us happier. Bonus: Somerset House flashmob performing Pharrell.
Technology writer San Schama explains why biometric payment matters and introduces us to ASIMO, Honda's humanoid robot.
Welcome to NewsTwist! where nothing makes sense and nobody understands anything.
Michael Volpe of Opera Holland Park
Anthony Baxter meets some of the people on the Power 1000 list
Magnifying glass, deerstalker hat and pipe. Guess who?
Author of "A Streetcat Named Bob" tells us how Bob saved him.
Drones have a huge potential. But do these eyes in the sky compromise our privacy?
Joe Watts discusses George Osbourne making it to the top of the Power 1000 list
One mashed image and a story to decipher. It's not as easy as it looks.
Our panel discuss the cost of football and fan owned football clubs.
Protesters are taking over an annual property trade show to campaign against unaffordable housing in London.
The ever stylish JP talks us through the best in autumnal fashion - including red mist, capes and mankets.
The panel just about avoid embarrassing themselves when tested on autumn.
Cold winds and rain or the perfect cycling weather? Tell us what autumn is to you.
Our Not The One Show panel discuss whether investing in art is a waste of money.
Is the general public interested in the Man Booker Prize? Should we be?
Our panel must guess the headlines - but are vexed by the very particular imagery.
Sterling complained of feeling tired ahead of the clash against Estonia.
Editor of Est 1987 Clare Harrison and comedian Russ Peers discuss whether they are reassured by Jeremy Hunt
Our panel decided which inane local news story should have made it into the Evening Standard.
Not The One Show discuss UKIP's by election win in Clacton.
Dr Aaron Turner spends his time teaching people a stress management technique
We take a peek into the otter enclosure at the world famous London Zoo.
Not The One Show try and guess the news stories from a mash of images.
Performing live in the studio, Mr Gee, sums up the stresses of London.
Costing £1,100, Glamburger is as over the top as it sounds.
Matthew Beard, Transport Editor for The Evening Standard, discusses the recent 'driverless' trains unveiled by TfL.
Careers which involve potential life and death situations are not surprisingly said to be the most stressful.
Katy Guest, Literary Editor for The Independent on Sunday, with more the biggest day for book publishers.
Chris Waddle, Former England Footballer, expects attendance to be low at the tonight's England v San Marino game.
The Alexander Partnership is advising companies on stress that can cause members of staff to take their own lives.
The Liberal Democrats party conference may be underway, but you wouldn't know to look at it.
The Lib Dem conference has revealed both public and party unsurety in the Liberal Democrat future.
Alan Turing, genius codebreaker, saved countless lives but was betrayed by his own government.
Not The One Show explores these misunderstood martial artists.
Our panel try and guess the healdine by guessing who's who in our mash-up.
Ahead of the final, TV Guru, Toby Earle, discusses who should win the baking competition.
Stigma around mental health remains, but getting it out in the open can help, say our panel.
Sue Baker, Time To Change, chats about some of the announcements made at the Lib Dem Conference.
Our panel discuss whether they support or are against the proposed Tube strike next week.
Celebrating international stars, amateurs and exciting new talent, the awards take place tonight at Lord's.
Our panel try and guess the headlines by working out the the cryptic pictures.
Do you need stress or should we do everything we can to get rid of it and relax? Our panel discuss.
It has been confirmed that Rugby team Wasps are to move to Coventry.
What can be done to combat stress? This technique may have the answer.
Ed Adoo, Katie Lane and Richard Ferrer discuss Tracey Emin talking about divided loyalties.
Temporary bank closures, steam train 'extravaganzas' and, er, huskies in a house fire. How could the Standard miss it?
Arsène Wenger locked horns with José Mourinho at Stamford Bridge this weekend.
Editor of Jewish News, Richard Ferrer; Broadcaster Ed Adoo and Comedian Katie Lane discuss how they cope.
Autumn? It's not just pretty leaves. Climate change affects London.
Performing live in the studio is TheShyProject with their track, 'Fake Smile'.
Emerging with their debut EP 'Moments And Memories', Toy Sparrows blend raw guitar riffs with retro synthesisers.
Brilliantly talented singer/songwriter, Sophia Amato performs her track, 'Why I Run'.
Stepping it up a gear or three is LazyTalk with their track, 'Luzaville'.
Acoustic songwriter, Ollie Laughton, with a heartfelt passionate performance of 'Chinchilla'.
Performing live in the studio is Stu Rawle with a mash up - 'No Diggity/ I Need a Dollar'.
You can't help but want to get up and dance to Shakka's 'When Will I See You Again'!
Performing 'The Violin Trees', Your Correspondent are hauntingly mesmerising.
Check out Edonie G with her track from her forthcoming album, 'Live For Today'.
Meredith Baker joins us live in the studio to perform her track 'Maybe I Won't Come Home Tonight'.
Passionate about poetry and writing, Pheobe reads 'Soft Fruit Season'.
Fabulously talented and full of soul, here are She Adores with 'So Clear'.
Tonight Young Katos play live in the Not the One Show studio.
Nika Moon and her song 'Heart of Stone' is tonight's rocking playout pitch.
Tonight's playout pitch TheShyProject
Live in the studio is Ione-Mai from her track 'Back in the Day'.
Check out Stu Rawle with his cover of Gyptian's "Hold Yuh".
Studying together at the Institue of Contemporary Music, Laura and Tereza make up two piece Civil Wars.
Check out John Galea's lyric video for his new single, 'Struggling'.
The playout pitch for this evening will be a song from Bright Light Bright Light called Believe.
Livening up the studio is Battle of You with their track ' Rebecca'.
Pushing musical boundaries with an unconventional vocal style it's Ruinz Ason ft. Pariis Opera House with 'Higher'.
Lily McKenzie's track 'Support Machine' starts sorrowful by builds into a soulful vibe.
This time it's Mide with his track Mainstream
Soulnatural's 'Rise Brother Rise' is a gospel infused song that includes soulful singer Lotus D.
Elephants and Castles perform their debut single 'Fashanu' live in the studio.
The brilliant Becky CJ performs her her cover of Frank Ocean's "Thinking 'Bout You".
Check out TDNB's song, Poetry in Motion.
Wind down the day and chill out to Harry Seaton's acoustic track.
Charlene joins us live in the studio to perform her track 'Good Day'.
Here is Emeka Elenda Presents - Kalakuta with their song 'Dog Eat Dog'.
Full of soul, listen to Poppy's acoustic version of 'I Need A Dollar'.
Check out the stylish Fudge and the Frequency with their track, 'Planet Radio'.
Charlene treats us to her feel good song, 'Good Day'
Live in the studio are the quirky trio, T.W.i.N.S. with 'Found a Flat'.
Check out Jayando Cole with her sumputous track, 'Just Wanna Be Your Girl'.
The beautiful & stylish Basheba brings us a unique, blend of drum & bass, blues, R&B, Jungle and gospel.
Simon Pipe with his acoustic track, Building a Wall.
Singer-songwriter, Colin Devaney, with his track, 'Dreams'.
Live in the studio, Mainey perform their track, Serious.
A Light Left On with their latest track Exit Through the Funfair.
Goda Pereckaite perform their song, Something New, for our Playout Pitch.
The quirky T.WiN.S. with their track 'Found A Flat'.
The taleted Sophie Ray with her track 'Home'.
Talented Londoners, Fourth & Folsom with their song 'Things in Bags'
The first Playout Pitch of the week, Zack Knight, with his verison of 'Problem'.
This week's Playout Pitch winner, live in the studio, is French-British singer, Naommon.
This week's Playout Pitch winner is British-Belgian pop sensation, Delt Amour See them perform live in the studio.
We hear from Portia Emare on what inspires her music and performances.