Series 2, Episode 10
The inequality of ageing in London are brought to life at the Barbican
Mark Christopher Lee's new single is about his mental health story
Masterpieces of artistry and technology on show at The Royal College of Physicians .
If Blue Monday is getting to you, there are ways you can reach out for help
'Gallowstree Lane' tells the story of teenager Ryan, who gets involved in knife crime
42% of Londoners from ethnic backgrounds would not want to donate
We meet some of the women planning to walk an annual moon lit marathon
It's claimed teenage girls are twice as likely as boys to show signs of depression, linked to their use of social media.
The likes of Professor Green, Jamal Edwards and Rizzle Kick's star Jordan Stevens taking part in discussions, gigs and live podcasts
Author Dave Chawner - Dave joins us with Dr Amy Pollard
99 percent of GPs have concerns that young people on mental health waiting lists are at risk of harming themselves before they get help.
Every year the Londoner Frank Charles gives Christmas presents to the children at Acorn Ward in Whipps Cross Hospital, in memory of his son who died more than 30 years ago.
At one point given only two years to live, Chris now dedicates his life to educating others.
The research was carried out at UCL by the charities Marie Curie and the Alzheimer's Society
A musical aimed at young people to reduce knife crime