Film production companies hoping to secure funding will have to meet tougher requirements on diversity.
We delve into some of London's local papers for stories that should have made it to the Evening Standard.
Naked photos of many celebrities have been posted online after hacking their online accounts.
Tonight's panel discuss the recent hoax message alert sparked by the raised terror level.
The panel discuss the Prime Minister's measures to try and prevent possible terror attacks in the UK.
David Cameron says root cause of terror threat to the UK is a "poisonous ideology of Islamist extremism".
The panel discuss learning to code during early education and what impact it would have made.
Glen Moore, Emily Maddick and David Mills discuss the recent terror level being raised.
Tying the knot, cake, and running. It's got to be NewsTwist.
The physicist says the British economy is at risas a result in the lack of people in STEM roles.
We headed down to a special event promoting science, engineering, technology and maths to students.
Gary Lineker describes Wayne Rooney as a world-class player.
With tonight's panel not interested in, they still see the benefits of engineers and scientists.
The panel discuss Britain's poor performance with getting women into political positions.
Nan Sloane from the Centre of Women and Democracy, discusses Britain coming 65th in female representation in politics.
Tim Nicholls, Sports Editor at The Evening Standard, takes a look at the teams and new captain, Wayne Rooney.
Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry, Sam Smith and Cheryl Fernandez all get the Best City Fashion treatment.
Who's who and what's what's in the news recently? We test our panel.
City Correspondent Jamie Dunkley, Comedian Tez Ilyas and Broadcaster Chuck Thomas discuss terrorist impact on the City.
Professor Thomas Woolley, Tour Guide for Maths in the City on getting more interest in the subject.
Pop up table tennis stations are proving a hit in the city.
Tez Iylas thinsk by having over-the-top, creative proposals, it makes it harder for others to top it.
The panel discuss the impact of the UK only being 50th in maths education.
The panel discuss the stories missed by the Evening Standard.
There is a big call for women to get involved in STEM subjects.
Our panel test their knowledge of science. How would you do?
Mayor of London Boris Johnson is aiming to stand as the MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip at the next General Election.
Drones are frequently used in military operations, for surveliiance purposes and as a unique viewpoint for TV.
Some members of the Not The One Show team had some surprise moments working on this week's Big Question!
It might not be everyone's cup of tea but one agency in Clerkenwell has embraced their office pet.
Not The One Show sent Anthony Baxter to see how he coped being a responsible pet owner.
Katie Lane and Amadeus Martin, Comedians, and Simon Rice, Digital Sports Journalist, discuss everyday sexism.
We play NewTwist with a celebrity spin. Can you guess the news stories?
With the Emmys on Monday, the panel discuss who they think should win.
The panel discuss no go areas in London.
Laurence Broom, Animal Health Officer at Heathrow Animal Reception, talks the ins and outs of animals in transit.
Gordon Mac gives punters his tips for Carnival.
We visit Mayhew Animal Home and find out more about their work.
The panel discuss the results of a survey on teen attitutes to sex.
The panel discuss whether it's time to step in with the situation in Iraq.
The panel discuss wanting to have a pet while renting.
Is it entrepreneurial or unnecessary?
Almost half of teens said there was "nothing wrong" with looking at pornography.
Father Nizar Semaan, UK Syriac Catholic Community Chaplain, reacts to the recent brutal video.
The huge journey to get to the launch of London Live!
Many people want a dog but don't want to leave them at home all day, so you can borrow one instead!
Angela Grigg from RSPCA's Putney hospital explains what happens to stray and abandoned animals.
The panel discuss whether the recent craze of social media nomination challenges are good for charity.
Richard Ferrer, Editor of Jewish News, believes people need pronouns in their lives.
The panel discuss Julian Assange's annoucement that he will leave the Ecuador embassy after two years.