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"25.10.2016 06:14:10" Heathrow through the years Decision on airport expansion expected today - have your say on the breakfast show with Vanessa Feltz
"24.10.2016 14:40:50" Timeline Photos Crime author Lynda La Plante joined Jo in the studio today. To listen again go to www.bbc.co.uk/jogood
"24.10.2016 10:57:02" bbc.co.uk Top Teacher: How does she do it?, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Jashu Vekaria of Uxendon Manor Primary School has won the Pearson 'Teacher of the Year' What makes Jashu the best primary school teacher in the country?
"24.10.2016 10:03:25" Robert Elms Take a look at just some of the images featured in the exhibition at Somerset House in November, celebrating SAM MCKNIGHT's 40 year career.
Sam is live in the studio with Robert Elms this morning from 10am.
"24.10.2016 06:13:56" BBC London Weather It's Monday morning, will you need an umbrella? Here's Kate Kinsella with the 30 second forecast.
"23.10.2016 12:47:31" bbc.co.uk BBC - Radio London - Home London's Radio Station with Vanessa Feltz at Breakfast. London News, Sport, Travel and Entertainment. On 94.9FM, Digital Radio, TV, online and mobile. Lee Mead and Ben Forster are LIVE in the studio with Gaby Roslin from 2:30pm
Listen online at bbc.co.uk/radiolondon
"23.10.2016 12:10:25" Timeline Photos Xfactor winner Sam Bailey is live now in the studio with Gaby Roslin singing live!
Listen live at BBC.co.uk/radiolondon
"23.10.2016 10:14:33" Anything you have to boast about and would like to tell Gaby Roslin and listeners then get in touch NOW #sundayboast & you could be live on air 12-3pm
"22.10.2016 06:13:32" Timeline Photos Jo & Simon are here to start your weekend.
What are they up to? Clean captions are welcome!
"21.10.2016 17:00:03" Join Gary Crowley's "My London" with photographer Terry O'Neill tomorrow afternoon from 1 and again in the evening from 9.
"21.10.2016 16:08:15" Midnight tree planting This is the girl who spent all her pocket money to plant a tree on Oxford Street
"21.10.2016 15:15:36" We're talking about hair loss on Drivetime.
A recent survey revealed that 46 per cent of sufferers keep their problem a secret.
Many hide it from family and friends and don't seek medical help or advice.
Have you suffered from hair loss? What impact
"21.10.2016 09:34:36" bbc.co.uk Tooting Market: 'we need the Crossrail team to look at alternative plans', Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Tooting MP Dr Rosena Allin-Khan Does the MP for Tooting want Crossrail 2 in her constituency?
"21.10.2016 07:08:00" Crossrail 2 would need to build a ventilation shaft on Tooting Market if the line comes to the area...
"21.10.2016 05:30:38" Employment scam Hundreds of jobseekers may have been conned out of thousands of pounds as part of a sophisticated employment scam.
Inside Out London confronted the man responsible…
You can watch the whole film tonight at 7.30pm on BBC One or catch up here:
"20.10.2016 14:59:33" news.met.police.uk Burglars target elderly residents Detectives in Hammersmith have released images following a series of distraction burglaries targeting the elderly http://news.met.police.uk/news/burglars-target-elderly-residents-191868
"20.10.2016 14:54:40" Police in Hammersmith are warning elderly residents to be vigilant after three properties were targeted by scammers in 24 hours.
The robbers posed as council workers to get access to the victims' homes, then stole jewellery and cash. BBC Radio London's
"20.10.2016 10:27:40" bbc.co.uk Hogarth's Gin Lane has been reimagined for the 21st Century, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Shirley Cramer from The Royal Society for Public Health explains... Hogarth was worried about alcohol...265 years later we should be worried about obesity.
Why? Listen here:
"20.10.2016 07:51:40" Photos from BBC Radio London's post An updated version of the famous artwork 'Gin Lane' has been commissioned by The Royal Society of Public Health. The original showed the damage gin had on London back in the 1750's and the modern adaptation focuses on obesity....
"19.10.2016 17:25:55" LA Rams Cheerleaders The Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders chat James Corden and Donald J. Trump's "locker room talk" to BBC Radio London Sport ahead of the NFL International Series game with the New York Giants at Twickenham on Sunday.
"19.10.2016 15:24:17" bbc.co.uk Homeless told to sleep rough to get help, St Mungo's says - BBC News Homeless people are being told by councils to sleep rough so they can access services, research by a charity finds. St Mungos say some homeless people being told by councils to sleep rough so they can get help - what do you think?
"19.10.2016 13:10:40" bbc.co.uk Tony Blackburn to return to the BBC - BBC News Tony Blackburn is to return to the BBC in January, almost a year after parting company with the corporation. Look who's coming back to BBC Radio London...
Tony Blackburn will return to Sunday lunchtimes in January 2017.
"19.10.2016 11:13:49" bbc.co.uk SPICE: Cllr Nickie Aiken can't believe how cheap the drug is, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London We spoke to Nick two weeks ago, he warned us that 'spice' would kill him. He was right. 'Spice' is readily available for "pennies" on the streets.
"19.10.2016 05:50:03" BBC Radio London Weather It's feeling a little more Autumnal this week, here's Kate with the 30 second forecast for Wednesday.
"18.10.2016 17:12:01" Timeline Photos Adrian, proud dad of Olympic champion Laura Trott came into the studio after the celebration parade in London to talk to Eddie
"18.10.2016 16:35:33" bbc.co.uk Airports expansion decision 'next year' - BBC News A decision on whether to give the go-ahead to Heathrow or Gatwick expansion will not be taken for another year, it emerges. A final decision on whether to expand Heathrow or Gatwick will not be taken for another year, it has emerged.
"18.10.2016 15:39:10" Olympic and Paralympic celebrations in London Cheers for Britain's Olympic and Paralympic stars in London's Trafalgar Square.
"18.10.2016 15:24:27" bbc.co.uk Self-employed 'now earning less than in 1995' - BBC News Self-employed workers are typically paid less today than they were 20 years ago, according to research from the Resolution Foundation. The number of self employed workers in this country is growing, despite the fact that they are earning less on average than 20 years ago - are you self employed? Was it the best decision you ever made or do you regret it?
"18.10.2016 07:46:55" Vanessa is among half of Londoners who don't know CPR. She's being trained this morning...
"18.10.2016 07:00:49" BBC Radio London Weather It's set to get a bit chillier today, here's Kate with the details in the 30 second forecast.
"17.10.2016 18:28:18" It was the street immortalised by Eddy Grant in the 1980s and today hundreds of Brixtonians came out to Electric Avenue to see him switch on the lights that mark its £1million makeover. #RockDownToElectricAvenue Oh, and The Mayor of London was there too!
"17.10.2016 15:14:28" bbc.co.uk Shelter: More than four in 10 people face homes which fail acceptable standards - BBC News More than four in 10 people in Britain live in homes that do not reach acceptable standards, a study for housing charity Shelter says. Four in ten of us living in homes that don't meet standards for space or cleanliness - are you living in dirty or cramped conditions? What should be done to sort this out?
"17.10.2016 12:26:23" Timeline Photos @Joannegood talks to Vivienne Westwood about fashion and London, listen in from 1pm
"17.10.2016 11:03:18" bbc.co.uk "I'm disabled and sleep in an armchair to avoid my damp mouldy bedroom", Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Katie from East Ham doesn't think she would meet Shelter's 'Living Home Standards' 'You can get used to almost anything'
"17.10.2016 05:17:26" BBC Radio London Weather Following a mild weekend, Kate has the details on what we can expect today. Here's her 25 second forecast.
"16.10.2016 14:36:11" Timeline Photos The lovely Robbie Williams joined Gaby Roslin in the studio today. Click here to listen again http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p049k39h#play
"16.10.2016 11:16:39" Timeline Photos Coming up on the show this afternoon, Gaby Roslin will be joined by the one and only Robbie Williams
Listen live: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/player/bbc_london
"15.10.2016 17:34:06" Timeline Photos Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil!!! Keep your songs with a body part connection coming in for Gary Crowley.
"15.10.2016 07:01:23" Timeline Photos Max Bygraves is saving the show this morning. Share your memories of him with Jo & Simon...
"15.10.2016 06:37:24" Timeline Photos Jo Good & Simon Lederman have taken inspiration from Max Bygraves (who's saving the show today) 'you need hands'!
"14.10.2016 18:39:02" Four London hospitals now charge three pounds an hour - the Royal Free, the Whittington, St Thomas's and the Chelsea and Westminster.
"14.10.2016 15:10:28" Fireworks tickets Around 110,000 people expected to enjoy the New Year's Eve fireworks from the viewing areas
"14.10.2016 13:00:01" Tune in for Gary Crowley's "My London" with singer Beverley Knight this Saturday afternoon from 1 and again in the evening from 9.
"14.10.2016 11:12:40" bbc.co.uk The Vanessa Feltz Breakfast Show - Downloads - BBC Radio London Discussing the light and shade of life in the capital with Vanessa Feltz. This afternoon download the breakfast show podcast for the best bits of the week!
"14.10.2016 05:45:25" BBC Radio London Weather With news of a warmer weekend, here's Kate with the 40 second forecast.
"13.10.2016 18:23:05" bbc.co.uk Gorilla recaptured after escaping enclosure at London Zoo - BBC News A gorilla is believed to have escaped from its enclosure at London Zoo.
"13.10.2016 09:10:00" Tesco Extra in Streatham where BBC Radio London's Jason Rosam has been shopping this morning is full of Unilever products including Marmite and Persil...
"12.10.2016 10:30:46" BBC London Weather Sunshine, rain? What is the weather doing? Here's Kate with the 30 second forecast.
"11.10.2016 16:37:33" Rod Stewart knighthood Sir Rod Stewart knighted at Buckingham Palace
"11.10.2016 15:11:49" standard.co.uk Convicted Muslim extremist discovered working as Sainsbury's driver A convicted Islamic extremist has been found working as a Sainsbury's home delivery driver in London. Mohammed Shabir Ali, who was jailed for raising money to fund jihadis in Somalia, has been discovered taking online food orders into customer's homes. Supermarket delivery driver quits job after it was revealed he has a previous conviction for extremism - but should he have had to leave or should he be allowed the chance to turn his life around?
"11.10.2016 13:00:58" Timeline Photos A flurry of nostalgic callers to Joanne Good this afternoon after the interview with Bay City Rollers Les McKeown. It will be available to listen back to shortly. Go to www.bbc.co.uk/jogood
"11.10.2016 10:49:49" bbc.co.uk Creepy Clowns: Have you seen any on the streets of London?, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Kenny used a clown suit & chainsaw for a YouTube video. He says he is very, very sorry Creepy clowns seem to be sweeping the capital and scaring people for online laughs.
Kenny dressed up as a clown for his YouTube channel.
Vanessa spoke to him this morning when he made it clear he is very, very sorry:
"11.10.2016 06:30:35" Southern Strike LIVE from East Croydon station...
"11.10.2016 06:05:24" BBC Radio London Weather It's a chilly start for London this morning, to find out what the rest of the day has in store, here's Kate with the 30 second forecast.
"11.10.2016 05:52:49" Southern Strike Passengers on Southern – today's the first day of a three day strike. Here's some essential information.
"10.10.2016 13:09:37" Men and mental health Young men and mental health
If you need support or advice, call the BBC Action Line on 0800 110 100 or follow this link:
"10.10.2016 12:38:19" Timeline Photos Dancer extraordinaire Wayne Sleep was once told he was too short for the Royal Ballet - didn't stop him! Speaking to an equally short Joanne Good. Listen again www.bbc.co.uk/jogood
"10.10.2016 11:15:42" The #MayorofLondon, #SadiqKhan, has announced plans to bring the Central London Ultra-Low Emission Zone in a year early, in 2019. He says it's part of his plans to make London's air cleaner. He has been telling school children in south London all about
"10.10.2016 10:07:42" Round Two of the US Presidential debates was declared a draw.
Speaking to Vanessa, Dr Jan Halper-Hayes (former World Vice-President of the Republicans Overseas) gave her reaction.
"10.10.2016 08:46:40" bbc.co.uk BBC - Action Line - Home If you need help or advice following our discussion about World Mental Health Day you can call the BBC Action Line on 0800 110 100 or go to the website www.bbc.co.uk/actionline
"10.10.2016 08:11:46" Mental health charities say men find it difficult to talk about their feelings and this is a reason why 75% of all suicides are men.
Paul Murphy-Kasp reports.
"10.10.2016 06:10:05" Vanessa Feltz talks to Harry Biggs-Davison whose son Patrick took his own life.
"09.10.2016 09:47:42" Timeline Photos Have you got something to show off about today? Whether you're a proud parent or you're off to pamper yourself, call in or message below to tell Gaby Roslin all about it on the Sunday Boast this afternoon.
Also in the show: Gaby's joined by actress Lydia
"08.10.2016 17:20:11" Timeline Photos Birthday boy Gary Crowley is making his producer Ollie work for his money tonight so he wants your songs with a work, jobs and employment connection!
"08.10.2016 08:23:36" Photos from BBC Radio London's post Jo & Simon are talking now to Jacqui Kelly from Totally Sugar about The Cake & Bake Show. Here are some examples of her works, including The BFG and the world's largest cake!
"08.10.2016 07:52:12" Timeline Photos Here are Jo & Simon's bunch for this week!
Featuring our guest : Jacqui Kelly - Cake Artist & Sugar Sculptor from Totally Sugar OH and a special message to our wonderful colleague Gary Crowley
"07.10.2016 22:53:35" BBC London Sport Follow Jason Kenny's lead & nominate your 2016 #BBCUnsungHero now via http://bbc.in/1KZkhNj #GetInspired
"07.10.2016 13:01:11" Join Gary Crowley's My London with writer Anthony Horowitz tomorrow afternoon from 1 and again in the evening from 9.
"07.10.2016 10:48:17" Timeline Photos Actor Alan Cumming speaking to Joanne Good about the death of his Dad, acting in The Good Wife and his one night performance at the Palladium. Listen to the interview from 1pm www.bbc.co.uk/jogood
"07.10.2016 08:54:46" bbc.co.uk An Indian Romeo and Juliette story... 'Miryza' debuts at the BFI London Film Festival, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Bollywood superstar director Rakeysh Mehra on his new film Shakespeare in India?
Nikki Bedi met director Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra as 'Mirzya' debuts at The BFI London Film Festival.
Hear more from the festival every weekday with Nikki from 5am and Robert Elms from 10am
"06.10.2016 19:00:17" www.bbc.co.uk National Poetry Day, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Romford Dogs by Maria Ferguson Something special for National Poetry Day: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04b5g59
"06.10.2016 17:29:23" www.bbc.co.uk National Poetry Day, Drivetime with Eddie Nestor - BBC Radio London Mr Harry Beck's Immortal Plan! By Rishi Dastidar A tribute to the Tube Map for National Poetry Day... http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04b5gss
"06.10.2016 15:49:37" 101 year old Olive was one of the first Black women to arrive in the UK from Guyana. She's been telling the pupils of St Saviour's CofE primary school in Herne Hill about her experience, for #BlackHistoryMonth.
"06.10.2016 15:37:10" Liz Hurley Women, check your breasts!
Elizabeth Hurley, Global Ambassador for Breast Cancer Awareness, spoke to BBC Radio London about the #BCAstrength campaign
Listen to the full interview here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04b588j
"06.10.2016 15:12:59" bbc.co.uk Recruitment agency criticised for job ads specifying bra size - BBC News A recruitment agency is criticised for advertising jobs only for "attractive women", including specifying their bra size. London recruitment firm criticised for advertising jobs only for 'attractive women', even specifying what their bra size should be - is this sexist? In reality do employers already hire women based on their looks?
"06.10.2016 13:50:23" Timeline Photos Actor and Breast Cancer Awareness Ambassador Elizabeth Hurley speaks to Joanne Good about her personal reasons for getting involved. Listen back www.bbc.co.uk/jogood
"06.10.2016 07:04:37" Tougher sentences are being proposed to better recognise public concern about knife crime. Jason Rosam is at a Knife Bin in Queens Park.
"06.10.2016 05:10:54" the-challenge.org London Mix Map - The Challenge The Challenge Network (TCN) was founded in 2009 with the mission to connect and inspire people to strengthen their communities. Our programmes aim to create a rite of passage for 16 year olds, promote social mixing and support community engagement. Check out how diverse your postcode area is - more with Vanessa on the breakfast show
"05.10.2016 15:21:06" telegraph.co.uk Theresa May to attack politicians who sneer at 'patriotic' working class voters concerned about migration The establishment must stop sneering at the patriotism of ordinary Britons, Theresa May will say today. In her speech today the Prime Minister has accused politicians and commentators of sneering at ordinary people for being patriotic - is she right? Is there anything wrong with patriotism?
"05.10.2016 14:10:14" BBC London Sport Follow Jason Kenny's lead & nominate your 2016 #BBCUnsungHero now via http://bbc.in/1KZkhNj #GetInspired
"05.10.2016 08:19:00" bbc.co.uk Be Cleopatra not a Kardashian, girls advised - BBC News Young women should model themselves on Shakespeare's heroines instead of reality stars like Kim Kardashian West, says top head teacher. Who should girls look up to?
"05.10.2016 05:52:29" New plans for crossing the Thames New plans for crossing the Thames
"04.10.2016 15:12:45" bbc.co.uk Student doctor numbers to rise by 25% - BBC News The number of medical school places will increase by 25% in 2018 as ministers unveil plans to make the NHS in England "self-sufficient" in training doctors. Government wants to make England more self sufficient in training doctors and end reliance on foreign staff - do you care where your doctor is from? Is it important that they are British born?
"04.10.2016 14:34:02" Call to make possession of synthetic highs illegal Spice, Oblivion, and Man Down - all names for synthetic highs.
There's a call to make possession of them illegal.
"04.10.2016 13:09:27" Timeline Photos Have you been screened for Down's Syndrome?
Actor Sally Philips, whose son has Down's speaks to Jo about her first ever documentary - A World Without Down's Syndrome. Listen live - www.bbc.co.uk/jogood
"04.10.2016 08:12:57" V thanks her 'lovely listeners' after winning the London Personality of the Year award (and an exclusive appearance from the elusive Ola who drives the desk!)
"04.10.2016 06:41:23" Who's to blame for the Southern Strike?
"04.10.2016 04:54:26" Photos from BBC Radio London's post Congratulations Vanessa Feltz awarded London Personality of the Year at the London Lifestyle Awards
"03.10.2016 14:48:07" Photos from BBC Radio London's post On Drivetime: two of TFL's #pleaseoffermeaseat badge users tell us how the pilot scheme is working 3 weeks in. How easy is it to get a seat on the tube when you really need one?
"03.10.2016 13:24:43" Hard Brexit, Soft Brexit... maybe you fancy yours scrambled or poached? Theresa May tells us she's cracking the EU Article 50 yoke by March next year. But what is a Hard Brexit? Here's an egg-xplanation from our political reporter
"03.10.2016 06:29:54" BBC London This road rage incident was captured by Inside Out at Carterhatch Lane in Enfield.
Locals say the recent installation of CCTV at a yellow box has resulted in chaos, because motorists are anxious about being fined.
Watch the whole programme on BBC One, Vanessa Feltz is speaking about CCTVs at yellow boxes on today's breakfast show.
"03.10.2016 06:14:26" BBC Radio London Weather What does the weather have in store for the first week of October? Here's Kate with the 30 second forecast.
"03.10.2016 05:20:14" Roads and river crossings near #TowerBridge are expected even more congested because of the works.
Your 60-second guide to the closure of Tower Bridge is here...
"02.10.2016 14:09:06" Timeline Photos Here are some of Gaby's amazing guests who joined her on today's show. Thanks to Cel Spellman, Ellen Thomas and Jess Robinson. To listen again go to www.bbc.co.uk/gabyroslin
"01.10.2016 14:00:48" Timeline Photos Sundays are changing on BBC Radio London. Take a look at the full schedule: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radiolondon/programmes/schedules#on-now
"01.10.2016 13:47:08" BBC London Sport An emotional morning at Fulham FC Official. Chairman Shahid Khan unveiled the new George Cohen statue, commemorating the club's 1966 World Cup winner and one of its greatest ever players. Here's the ceremony at Craven Cottage. #fulham #ffc
"01.10.2016 07:40:28" Timeline Photos Here is Jo & Simon's Bunch for this morning - including our guest buncher Ali with her #PyjamaSelfie...
"01.10.2016 07:02:58" Timeline Photos Here are some of the Ghostsigns postcards that Sam Roberts has just been talking to Jo and Simon about...
"01.10.2016 06:14:41" Timeline Photos Saturday Breakfast with Jo Good & Simon Lederman starts right now... Jo has her heels on today!
"30.09.2016 17:43:14" London companies will bear the brunt of the Government's business rates review. The Square Mile and some of capital's busiest shopping districts set to take the biggest hit. Our reporter Valley Fontaine spoke to one of London's small business owners.
"30.09.2016 17:37:01" Timeline Photos Weekends are changing on BBC Radio London...take a look at what's new for Saturdays. And here's the full schedule: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radiolondon/programmes/schedules#on-now
"30.09.2016 15:21:51" standard.co.uk Secondary school bans ALL homework A secondary school has taken the controversial step of banning homework to give their teachers more time to plan lessons. Phillip Morant School and College in Colchester, Essex, has abolished all homework set by teachers in favour of pupils selecting Ban homework? One school is getting rid of traditional homework so teachers don't have to spend so much time marking - a good idea?
"30.09.2016 15:09:37" BBC London Lorries face London ban 'to protect cyclists'
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-37515940 We're talking about this on Drivetime this evening.
What do you think to the proposals?
"30.09.2016 14:21:07" Timeline Photos Jo Good with the wonderful Marilyn. Listen back to the interview www.bbc.co.uk/jogood
"30.09.2016 13:00:40" Tune in for Gary Crowley's "My London" with DJ Norman Jay this Saturday afternoon from 1 and again in the evening from 9.
"30.09.2016 11:32:05" bbc.co.uk The Vanessa Feltz Breakfast Show - Downloads - BBC Radio London Discussing the light and shade of life in the capital with Vanessa Feltz. This afternoon you can download the podcast for the best bits of the week. Enjoy the weekend!
"30.09.2016 09:52:27" Lorries with poor visibility will be banned from London's roads by 2020 and the Mayor of London will introduce a star rating for HGVs called the Direct Vision Standard. Only those with 3-5 stars will be allowed on London's roads from 2024.
"30.09.2016 04:00:01" Tower Bridge closure information Tower Bridge is closing - full info here:
"29.09.2016 13:55:21" bbc.co.uk Tube chat: The new badge encouraging commuters to talk to each other New badges are being handed out to encourage to talk to each other while on London Underground. Chatting on the Tube - would a badge prompt you to speak to a stranger?
"29.09.2016 12:39:12" Timeline Photos Alan Titchmarsh and Jo Good reunited again - this time without the dogs! Listen back to hear his concerns about the proposed Garden Bridge. www.bbc.co.uk/jogood
"29.09.2016 09:17:27" The Mayor reacts to Sir Bernard Hogan Howe retiring as Commissioner of the Met Police...
"29.09.2016 08:54:57" Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square unveils new artwork...
"29.09.2016 08:46:48" bbc.co.uk COCKNEYS: Is the traditional east-end accent brown-bread?, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Suzy Stride was told to lose her accent when running to be an MP in the East End The cockney accent is in barney-rubble.
Should we try and save it?
"29.09.2016 08:40:22" www.bbc.co.uk Met commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe to retire - BBC News Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe is to retire in 2017 after five years as the commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, the force announces.
"28.09.2016 15:49:12" Road users are being asked to find alternative routes to cross the river when #TowerBridge closes this weekend for three months.
How will this affect you? Our reporter Anna O'Neill has been finding out what work needs to be done.
"28.09.2016 15:30:51" bbc.co.uk Fewer drivers on mobile phones 'caught by police' - BBC News The number of drivers caught using a mobile phone behind the wheel has almost halved in four years, the BBC can reveal. Road safety charity BRAKE is calling for a ban on using your hands free kit behind the wheel - a good idea?
"28.09.2016 14:35:55" See what happens when Alfie Boe and Michael Ball hear their recording for the first time.
"28.09.2016 07:04:57" bbc.co.uk Sam Allardyce 'deeply disappointed' to leave England role Sam Allardyce says he is "deeply disappointed" to have left his role as England football manager after 67 days and one match in charge. With Vanessa Feltz on the breakfast show - the departure of Big Sam!
"27.09.2016 15:42:07" Sadiq Khan: Labour in Power How many times did the Mayor of London reference 'Labour in power' during his 12 minute Labour conference speech?
"27.09.2016 15:21:35" bbc.co.uk Sadiq Khan tells Labour conference to focus on power - BBC News London Mayor Sadiq Khan urges his Labour colleagues to focus on winning power and not retreat to a "comfort zone" in opposition. London's Mayor Sadiq Khan says Jeremy Corbyn can win a general election - is he right? Whom do you trust in modern politics?
"27.09.2016 06:56:08" Resting, relaxing, chilling out and down time! Whatever we call it, being alone may be the key to the best rest
Whats your ideal way to rest? Here's what Nikki Bedi, Jason Rosam and Vanessa Feltz had to say
"27.09.2016 04:11:36" youtube.com THINK! Cycle Safety: Don't get caught between… THINK! Cycle Safety 2016 campaign. This campaign reminds cyclists about the dangers of getting caught between a lorry and a left turn – the area where most c... Watch this new cycle safety campaign video:
Do you think this 'blames' cyclists?
"26.09.2016 14:15:21" In a world where even the most solid-looking marriages seem to end in divorce, one London couple's love has lasted through the generations. War veterans George and Sylvia Parsons are celebrating 75 years of marriage this weekend. What's secret to a happy
"26.09.2016 08:38:52" bbc.co.uk 'Jeremy Corbyn doesn't own being authentic', Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Chuka Umunna, MP for Streatham speaks to Vanessa from the Labour conference in Liverpool Chuka Umunna joined Vanessa live from the The Labour Party confrence in Liverpool this morning.
"26.09.2016 07:30:52" Starting University The oldest person to start University?
BBC Radio London asked 80-year-old grandmother Hilary Chalky how it feels to be one of the oldest students
"24.09.2016 17:07:09" Timeline Photos Gary Crowley is asking for songs with a time of day in the title...
"24.09.2016 12:11:19" www.bbc.co.uk Labour leadership: Jeremy Corbyn defeats Owen Smith - BBC News Jeremy Corbyn is re-elected as Labour leader, comfortably defeating his challenger Owen Smith. Jeremy Corbyn won 61.8% of the vote, a larger margin of victory than last year
"24.09.2016 08:49:49" Composer Debbie Wiseman plays LIVE
"24.09.2016 07:15:45" Timeline Photos Here is your Saturday Breakfast Bunch for this week, including guest 'buncher' Claire with her #WakeUpSelfie...
"23.09.2016 15:17:37" bbc.co.uk Period pain affects 'most women workers' - BBC News Most women workers have experienced period pain that affects their ability to work, a survey suggests. Over half of women have suffered such bad period pains that it has affected their work and one Gynaecologist has suggested women should get 'menstrual leave' - is this a good idea?
"23.09.2016 13:00:02" Join Gary Crowley with a new series of "My London", Saturday afternoon from 1 and again in the evening from 9.
"23.09.2016 12:00:51" bbc.co.uk The Vanessa Feltz Breakfast Show - Downloads - BBC Radio London Discussing the light and shade of life in the capital with Vanessa Feltz. You can download the Vanessa Feltz podcast for the best bits of the week including Joanna Lumley talking about the Garden Bridge...
"23.09.2016 07:48:38" Swim Serpentine Thousands of people are expected to take part in a two-day open water swimming festival in London's Hyde Park at Swim Serpentine
"22.09.2016 16:30:05" Bake Off: The next judge? Could Davina McCall judge the next The Great British Bake Off?
Listen to the whole interview with Jo Good at 1pm on Monday.
"22.09.2016 15:17:00" alzheimers.org.uk London takes action to become world's first dementia-friendly capital city - Alzheimer's Society London takes action to become world's first dementia-friendly capital city - Fire fighters, yeoman warders, police officers, and television stars unite today to support the estimated 70,000 people living with dementia in the capital, as London launches Tonight is the launch of Dementia Friendly London which hopes to improve the lives of Londoners living with the condition by 2020 - are you affected by this?
"22.09.2016 13:43:31" Here are the dates of the planned strikes by RMT workers on Southern Rail.
12.01am on Tuesday October 11 and 11.59pm on Thursday October 13.
12.01am on Tuesday October 18 and 11.59pm on Thursday October 20.
12.01am on Thursday November 3 and 11.59pm on
"22.09.2016 13:24:12" bbc.co.uk Southern Railway facing more strikes - BBC News Southern Railway workers in England to take 14 days of strike action in five blocks from October amid ongoing row
"22.09.2016 12:32:54" Police assessing assault video Met Police are investigating after footage appeared on social media appearing to show an elderly man being kicked.
Officers say it is believed the incident occurred in the area around the Stratford Centre.
"22.09.2016 10:59:47" bbc.co.uk Garden Bridge: Margaret Hodge will chair a formal inquiry into the proposed bridge, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Vanessa spoke to Dame Hodge the morning the inquiry was announced The garden bridge project is to have a formal inquiry, mayor Sadiq Khan announced this morning.
Dame Margaret Hodge told Vanessa what she will be investigating:
"21.09.2016 17:27:29" bbc.co.uk Second World War hero, Cycling in London, Drivetime with Eddie Nestor - BBC Radio London Museum of London Docklands pays tribute to a Second World War hero. The Museum of London Docklands pays tribute to a Second World War hero. Take a listen...
"21.09.2016 15:21:14" bbc.co.uk London knife crime rises to four-year high - BBC News Fear of violent crime is encouraging young people in London to carry knives, a police and crime report finds. Knife crime by young people in London has risen to a four-year high - why do you think that is?
"21.09.2016 09:53:41" Garden Bridge Not everyone's a fan of the Garden Bridge, but Joanna Lumley says "many millions of Londoners absolutely adore the idea".
She's been speaking to Vanessa Feltz on BBC Radio London this morning.
"21.09.2016 06:33:54" A BBC London Freedom of Information request to councils in London shows hundreds of families taking legal action over special needs provision, two years after a government overhaul to make the system easier. Are you in this situation?
"21.09.2016 05:29:39" bbc.co.uk London knife crime rises to four-year high - BBC News Fear of violent crime is encouraging young people in London to carry knives, a police and crime report finds. Knife crime in the city has risen to a four-year high following a relatively steady increase since June 2014.
Vanessa Feltz will be talking about this on her show this morning from 7am.
"20.09.2016 19:51:21" Jeremy Corbyn live
"20.09.2016 18:14:58" Timeline Photos Supporters of Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn are phonebanking in central London and Clapham tonight for the final night before voting ends in Labour leadership election. Mr Corbyn expected here later tonight. Supporters says he's been delayed by the
"20.09.2016 17:23:55" Officers are appealing for information after after a large scale fight broke out in Northumberland Heath in Erith, South East London yesterday evening. Our reporter Valley Fontaine is there tonight.
"20.09.2016 15:14:01" bbc.co.uk Smoking rates in England fall to lowest on record - BBC News Smoking rates in England fall to the lowest on record at 16.9%, says Public Health England, with experts saying e-cigarettes may be behind the decline. The number of Londoners who smoke is at a historic low with only 16% of people in the capital smoking, but the number vaping has risen - are you an ex-smoker?
"20.09.2016 11:53:59" bbc.co.uk A brawl between school children erupted outside this pub in Erith yesterday, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London People in Erith say racial tensions between pupils from rival schools were behind it Children as young as 13 were apparently involved in a brawl in Erith last night.
Jason Rosam went to find out the details:
"20.09.2016 11:13:01" Timeline Photos Another famous London pub closing. Jo Good passed it by this morning, so sad. She will be talking about this on her show today from 1pm ... Did you ever drink there?
"20.09.2016 06:44:32" BBC London London is the best place in England to stop smoking - good news for Stoptober! We're talking about this with Vanessa Feltz on the breakfast show this morning.
"19.09.2016 17:40:00" Beret thief The man who stole Eddie Izzard's beret has been fined £300
"19.09.2016 16:47:53" Robert Elms Today's Listed Londoner is Nicky Clarke OBE, who has been recognised as one of the best hairdressers in the world. He has styled royalty, pop and movie stars!
He joined us in the studio to talk about his story and how he started in the business. He also
"19.09.2016 16:22:28" BBC London Domino's Pizza is investigating after footage on social media appeared to show a delivery driver pulling a wheelie on Clapham High Street, in south London
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"18.09.2016 16:33:10" Ollie Locke & Lydia Rose Bright are in to chat to Gaby Roslin about #CelebrityIsland with Bear Grylls!
"18.09.2016 14:49:10" This week's studio chef Sameer Berry from Gaylord Restaurant London W1 has some tasty Indian treats for Gaby Roslin and the team!
"18.09.2016 14:43:42" Anton Stephans singing (and wiggling!) live in the studio with Gaby Roslin...
"18.09.2016 13:55:36" BBC London UPDATE: Two Met Police officers have been placed on restricted duties after social media footage appeared to show a member of the force attacking a car.
The force confirmed a formal complaint was received in relation to the incident in Camden, on
"17.09.2016 19:50:18" BBC London The Metropolitan Police has said it is investigating footage released on social media of an incident appearing to show an officer attacking a car.
"17.09.2016 18:10:30" bbc.co.uk Metropolitan Police 'car attack' footage investigated - BBC News The Metropolitan Police is investigating footage released on social media of an officer appearing to attack a car. The video, which has not been independently verified, shows a police officer pulling at a partially-opened driver's side window repeatedly telling the driver "Get out of the car".
The exchange is thought to have taken place in Camden on Friday afternoon.
"17.09.2016 18:00:45" BBC Introducing in London BBC Introducing in London returns from 8pm with Gary Crowley on BBC Radio London.
Tonight, we have music from KYKO, Pixie Geldof, Artbreak, Cardboard Foxes, BAD NERVES, Soccer96, Nilüfer Yanya, Måntra, Dan Shears, Pope, Ben Hobbs and Bodyheat.
"17.09.2016 17:01:26" Timeline Photos From trains to planes, Gary Crowley wants your transport-related songs for tonight's show
"17.09.2016 15:59:38" bbc.co.uk Ricky Hayden moped theft murder: Two teenagers bailed - BBC News Two teenagers are bailed after being arrested on suspicion of murdering a celebrity bodyguard who tried to stop thieves taking a moped outside his home. UPDATE: Ricky Hayden murder investigation.
"17.09.2016 07:18:13" Timeline Photos Here's your Saturday Breakfast Bunch for today...
"17.09.2016 06:07:40" Timeline Photos Saturday Breakfast with Jo Good & Simon Lederman stars right now.
Looks like Jo & Simon have got their music sorted...
"16.09.2016 15:53:45" bbc.co.uk Alleged hacker Lauri Love to be extradited to US - BBC News An autistic man suspected of hacking into US government computer systems is to be extradited from Britain to face trial, a court rules. An autistic man suspected of hacking into US government computer systems is to be extradited from Britain to face trial, a court has ruled - is this the right decision?
"16.09.2016 14:36:56" BBC London An update on today's weather related travel problems in London and what we can expect this evening. Travel news from our desk
"16.09.2016 12:04:45" The new mayor of Hackney is Labour's Philip Glanville. He won with 69% of the vote.
Philip Glanville - Labour 22595 votes (69%)
Samir Jeraj - Green Party 4338 votes (13%)
Amy Gray - Conservative 3533 votes (11%)
Dave Raval - Liberal Democrat
"16.09.2016 11:48:14" Emergency crews face 'man with firearm' Emergency crews face 'man with firearm'
UPDATE: Police said a man has been arrested for threats to kill.
"16.09.2016 10:49:47" Hackney mayor by-election
"16.09.2016 10:00:26" Counting is underway at the Hackney by-election for the council's new mayor #hackneyelects
"15.09.2016 16:09:20" bbc.co.uk PSHE education, Personal, social, health and economic education, Drivetime with Eddie Nestor - BBC Radio London Fiona Spargo-Mabbs, Lorin LaFave and Sacha Langton-Gilks talk about PSHE education. Chris has been speaking to bereaved mothers Fiona Spargo-Mabbs, Lorin LaFave and Sacha Langton-Gilks who want the government to make Personal Social health and Economic (PHSE) lessons to be made compulsory in schools - listen to part of the interview here
"15.09.2016 15:29:51" Three bereaved mothers have been to Downing St today to ask Theresa May to make Personal Social Health Education compulsory in schools. They say better information about relationships, bullying, drugs and health might save the life of a child. What do
"15.09.2016 13:08:00" bbc.co.uk Dollis Hill, London: Test Base for Tanks, World War One At Home - BBC Trials of new armoured mechanical vehicles codenamed 'tanks' It's the hundreth anniversary of the first use of tanks in World War One. Listen to the part Dollis Hill played in their development...
"15.09.2016 12:29:24" bbc.co.uk London double shooting leaves two dead - BBC News Two people die in a double shooting at a property in north London.
"15.09.2016 10:53:35" bbc.co.uk 'A driver on the phone killed my mother', Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Janine lost her mother only two months ago. She called Vanessa in tears with her story A heartbreaking story from this morning:
Do you think the penalty for using your phone in the car stops enough people?
"15.09.2016 05:00:00" Be prepared: There's a strike on the Hammersmith & City and Circle lines from 9:30 tonight
"14.09.2016 13:36:06" bbc.co.uk Man killed confronting moped thieves outside his home - BBC News Two people are arrested on suspicion of murder after a man is fatally stabbed while trying to stop a moped from being stolen outside his home. The 27-year-old was with his father when he confronted the four men.
"14.09.2016 10:35:12" bbc.co.uk Lynne Sandford tells us about a trip to Las Vegas to visit her son: He is jailed & accused of attempting to shoot Donald Trump, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London 20 year old Michael Sandford attempted to grab a policeman's gun at a Trump rally. Is this every mothers nightmare?
"14.09.2016 06:23:12" bbc.co.uk Care workers sue council contractor in minimum wage battle - BBC News Seventeen care workers are to bring the biggest ever legal claim in the sector over alleged non-payment of the minimum wage. Vanessa Feltz is talking about care workers this morning - call now 020 722 42000
"13.09.2016 14:43:43" bbc.co.uk MPs call for medical cannabis to be made legal - BBC News Cannabis for medical use should be made legal, says a cross-party group of UK politicians. Baroness Meacher, says the refusal to recognise the medicinal value of cannabis is "irrational" and taking the drug for medical reasons should be legalised - what do you think?
"13.09.2016 11:01:56" bbc.co.uk David Baddiel's new show is all about his parents, but does he have the right to tell their story?, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Are your parents, your story? David Baddiel's new show is about his mother's death, and his father's dementia.
Is this a topic for comedy?
"13.09.2016 10:04:52" 5 fewer MPs in London... Even Jeremy Corbyn's Islington North parliamentary seat would cease to exist.
To find out how the proposed boundary changes would affect your constituency, search here using your
"13.09.2016 07:28:23" bce2018.org.uk London | BCE Consultation Portal Data - use this tool to click on the map and view the electorate data for the selected area. The electorate data will appear in a box underneath the map. Interested to see how your constituency could change?
Search using your postcode:
Analysis and more here:
"13.09.2016 07:02:54" Queen's Park Primary School are celebrating #RoaldDahlDay
"13.09.2016 06:57:15" BBC London Put your jumper away, summer's back!
(for a limited time only)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/2643743 ☀️☀️☀️ Feelin' hot hot hot ☀️☀️☀️
"12.09.2016 21:02:34" The detective leading the investigation into Stephen Lawrence's murder in Eltham 23 years ago has made a fresh appeal for witnesses on the BBC's Crimewatch tonight - Our reporter Valley Fontaine found out why.
"12.09.2016 15:36:19" Stephen Lawrence would have celebrated his 42nd Birthday tomorrow.
Tonight, Crimewatch will show new evidence in the hope witnesses to his murder will come forward.
"12.09.2016 15:17:42" bbc.co.uk Theresa May to relax faith schools admissions rules - BBC News The government is set to relax rules on how faith schools select their pupils, to allow new Catholic schools to open, according to a Downing Street source. Why do students who go to faith schools continue to perform better than students at non-fatih schools?
What is it about them?
"12.09.2016 09:07:50" Police are appealing for witnesses after a 100 year old woman was mugged in North London.
"11.09.2016 23:27:43" Police are appealing for witnesses after the mugging of a 100 year old woman in North London.
"11.09.2016 18:39:02" #OnBlackheath the festival is on in Greenwich. Our reporter Valley Fontaine is there.
"11.09.2016 17:47:39" #OnBlackheath the festival is on in Greenwich. Our reporter Valley Fontaine is there.
"11.09.2016 16:01:18" Photos from BBC Radio London's post #OnBlackheath the festival has taken over the green. Our reporter Valley Fontaine is there.
"11.09.2016 10:18:32" Police are appealing for witnesses after the mugging of a 100 year old woman in North London
"10.09.2016 22:14:10" Police are looking for witnesses after a 100 year old woman was mugged in North London. Valley Fontaine has the latest..
"10.09.2016 19:34:35" Photos from BBC Radio London's post Here are some of the highlights from OnBlackheath with BBC Music!
"09.09.2016 15:12:43" bbc.co.uk May heralds expansion in school selection by ability - BBC News The prime minister sets out plans to allow all schools in England to apply to select pupils by ability, under plans allowing grammar schools to expand. The Prime Minister has announced plans to allow the expansion of grammar and faith schools - will this help tackle inequality or make things worse?
"09.09.2016 08:55:53" bbc.co.uk MET Commissioner: The police should better represent Londoners., Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe explains the importance of BAME officers in the Met. Do you think the Metropolitan Police Service needs to be more diverse?
Listen to Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe tell Vanessa why he is so proud to have 4000 BAME officers.
"08.09.2016 15:41:38" bbc.co.uk 'Riot' as Margate pupils sent home in Hartsdown uniform row - BBC News Police intervene when 50 pupils are sent home from school for wearing the wrong uniform on the first day of term. Should children be sent home for not wearing the right uniform? Or is it an overreaction?
"08.09.2016 12:51:11" Photos from BBC Radio London's post The most important date in parliaments calendar - The Westminster Dog of the Year Award. Jo Good will be speaking to the BBC's Political Correspondent Alan Soady on which MP took the prize. To find out listen live to www.bbc.co.uk/jogood
"08.09.2016 11:12:50" The longest bar in the world ... according to Joanne Good. In case you didn't hear it listen back to yesterdays show www.bbc.co.uk/jogood
"08.09.2016 09:13:06" bbc.co.uk FABRIC LICENSE REVOKED, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Cameron Leslie, founder and Director of Fabric Nightclub reacts to its permanent closure Vanessa spoke to the director of fabriclondon just before he went to lay off 120 of his staff this morning.
"08.09.2016 06:14:49" BBC London Fabric nightclub is closing down Vanessa Feltz is talking about the closure this morning. What do you think? Call: 0207 224 2000.
"07.09.2016 20:44:58" BBC London Sport Londoners Doug and Patrick are taking on a uniqueTriathlon in Rwanda https://audioboom.com/boos/5022121-two-londoners-have-taken-on-an-unprecedented-challenge-triuntested-hi_uk
"07.09.2016 15:17:41" bbc.co.uk 'Culture of drugs' at London's Fabric nightclub causes licence to be revoked One of the UK's most well known nightclubs is to close permanently after its licence was revoked. Fabric, one of London's most well-known nightclubs, has vowed to fight to keep its doors open after Islington Council revoked its licence over drugs deaths - was it the right decision? What more can be done to control the use of drugs?
"07.09.2016 08:08:41" bbc.co.uk Vanessa was amazed to hear the story of new Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London 'My mum couldn't read or write and I picked up my GCSE results pregnant' Did you miss Angela Rayner on Vanessa's Education Special this morning?
No GCSEs and pregnant at 16, listen here to her story:
"07.09.2016 07:22:46" bbc.co.uk Education Special: Grammar Schools, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London London head of OFSTED reacts to the idea a ban on new grammar schools may be overturned Get involved in our Education Special this morning.
Would you welcome more grammar schools in London?
"07.09.2016 06:47:51" Southern Rail Strike at Victoria Station...
"06.09.2016 15:57:16" Bear's Den a London band perform 'Dew On The Vine' from their latest album 'Red Earth & Pouring Rain' on the Jo Good Show.
"06.09.2016 15:18:04" bbc.co.uk Keith Vaz quits as Home Affairs Committee chairman - BBC News Labour veteran Keith Vaz steps down as chairman of the Home Affairs Committee following newspaper claims he paid for the services of two male sex workers. Labour MP Keith Vaz steps down as chair of the Home Affairs Committee after newspaper allegations about his private life - was this story in the public interest? And was he right to step down?
"06.09.2016 08:03:43" Protest at London City Airport LIVE...
"05.09.2016 05:00:00" The vote to leave the EU showed London was largely out of step with the rest of England.
So has the time come for us to break away?
Inside Out London sent comedian Paul Chawdhry to find out what an independent city state might look like.
Watch the full
"04.09.2016 14:17:33" Here's the wonderful Ward Thomas singing live in the studio with Gaby Roslin. More live music from them at 4 and 5pm.
"03.09.2016 17:04:33" Timeline Photos Tommy (Gun), Nathan (Jones) & GC Live at 6pm – Gary Crowley is asking for songs with girls/boys in the title.
Also, don't miss the 80s mega mix as chosen by you after 7pm.
See you in a few on BBC Radio London!
"03.09.2016 15:23:56" Designed to help traffic flow, does a 'smart motorway' make a difference?
"02.09.2016 16:53:30" Londoners are getting the chance to test their lungs in and around the capital this month. The Healthy Lungs for Life campaign coincides with new research being presented looking at the impact of air pollution on respiratory diseases. Valley Fontaine went
"02.09.2016 12:35:25" Sophie Ellis-Bextor and her guitarist Seton Daunt perform 'Come With Us' live on the Jo Good Show
"02.09.2016 11:14:42" bbc.co.uk The 60th year of the London Film Festival is just around the corner., Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Director of the festival Clare Stewart gives us a preview of what is in store 60 years of BFI London Film Festival!
Have a listen to our preview here and then have a read of the full program.
"02.09.2016 07:12:46" bbc.co.uk UK urged to take in 400 refugee children from Calais 'Jungle' camp - BBC News Campaigners say they have identified almost 400 refugee children living in the Calais migrant camp who are eligible to come to the UK. What do you think the solution is?
"01.09.2016 10:21:57" bbc.co.uk Penge crash victim named locally as Makayah McDermott - BBC News Makayah was a young actor who had recently auditioned for a part in a television series.
"01.09.2016 06:13:32" bbc.co.uk Junior doctors row: Hospitals prepare for week of strikes - BBC News Hospitals in England will begin to make contingency plans for five consecutive days of strikes this month by junior doctors over a controversial new contract. Do you support the strike, or do you think enough is enough?
"31.08.2016 21:16:17" BBC London Sport Has someone changed your life through sport? Do you know someone who deserves to be recognised for their role in inspiring participation in your local community?
BBC Get Inspired is looking for nominations for this year's #bbcunsunghero
"31.08.2016 15:50:17" bbc.co.uk Motorist launches foul-mouthed verbal assault on Jeremy Vine - BBC News A motorist launches a foul-mouthed verbal assault on BBC presenter Jeremy Vine as he cycled down a west London street on Friday. The conflict between cyclists and drivers on London's streets has been exposed again after BBC broadcaster Jeremy Vine posted footage online of a barrage of foul-mouthed abuse from a car driver on his cycle home.
Is this the sort of thing that you've
"30.08.2016 14:55:21" bbc.co.uk Notting Hill Carnival: Police officers 'dread' the event - BBC News Some police officers "dread" the Notting Hill Carnival and are being used as "professional punchbags", according to rank-and-file officers.
They want a 'full scale review' of the event - what do you think?
"29.08.2016 18:50:01" Notting Hill Carnival 2016 Notting Hill Carnival 2016
More pictures here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-37215331
"29.08.2016 15:29:25" Timeline Photos It's Carnival but Eddie's locked in the studio, so let him live vicariously through you! Share your Carnival exploits and photos and together we can turn his frown upside down.
"29.08.2016 13:34:14" Notting Hill Carnival is celebrating 50 years. Our reporter Valley Fontaine is there.
"29.08.2016 03:19:33" New concourse at London Bridge station opens today After all the delays and inconvenience, finally some good news out of London Bridge station!
"28.08.2016 07:17:12" Disruption that could've easily turned into a disaster
"27.08.2016 17:12:18" Timeline Photos Gary Crowley is live and he needs your songs, artists and bands that have a destination in the title.
Also, don't miss the 80s mix as chosen by you after 7pm.
"27.08.2016 15:36:19" The Notting Hill Carnival is celebrating its 50th year this weekend. Tonight the action begins with Panorama, the steel pan competition. Our reporter Valley Fontaine takes a look back.
"26.08.2016 12:13:47" bbc.co.uk Italy earthquake: Boy, 14, among three UK deaths - BBC News A 14 year old boy from London was among three Britons killed in the earthquake in central Italy. A 14-year-old boy from London was among three Britons killed in the earthquake in central Italy.
"26.08.2016 11:02:41" bbc.co.uk The Vanessa Feltz Breakfast Show - Downloads - BBC Radio London Discussing the light and shade of life in the capital with Vanessa Feltz. This afternoon you can download the podcast for the best bits of the week - enjoy the bank holiday!
"25.08.2016 17:57:19" Timeline Photos Eddie met three Olympic rowers today. From left to right Stan Louloudis in the Men's 4, George Nash in the Men's 8 and Mo Sbihi in the Men's 4. All of them won Gold in Rio.
Listen again to the interview here...
"25.08.2016 06:41:06" bbc.co.uk Social media giants 'failing' on extremism - MPs - BBC News Social media companies are "consciously failing" to combat groups using their services to promote extremism, say MPs. Should companies be forced to remove extremist material?
"24.08.2016 17:59:03" Timeline Photos This week marks 30 years of Casualty. A celebratory feature length episode will be on TV on Saturday.
Here's our very own Eddie Nestor playing Nurse Cyril James in Casualty almost 30 years ago!
"24.08.2016 17:11:50" Timeline Photos Here's Eddie with Olympian Liam Heath and his two medals. He won Gold in the Kayak 200m single and Silver in the 200m double in Rio. Listen again to his interview here:
"24.08.2016 15:14:50" bbc.co.uk France 'burkini ban': Images of police on beach fuel debate - BBC News Images of French police appearing to fine a woman on a beach in Nice fuel the debate over the nation's controversial "burkini ban". On Drive this evening, Eddie wants to know what is wrong with wearing a burkini on the beach?
"24.08.2016 14:56:45" BBC London London: the most educated city in Europe
"24.08.2016 10:28:23" bbc.co.uk RAM-PACKED: Did Jeremy Corbyn really need to sit on the floor of a train?, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Political pundit Mark Thompson says these stories are just about honesty. Was your train Ram-Packed this morning?
"24.08.2016 06:10:57" bbc.co.uk Virgin challenges Jeremy Corbyn train footage - BBC News Virgin Trains questions footage showing Jeremy Corbyn sitting on the floor of a "ram-packed" service, saying he had walked past available seats. Vanessa Feltz is back on the breakfast show today - talking trains!
"23.08.2016 16:08:56" Timeline Photos Recycling on the Drivetime agenda as five London boroughs appear in the top ten worst Local Authorities for having their recycling waste rejected. So why is it so hard to get it right?
"23.08.2016 14:51:42" bbc.co.uk New strike dates in Southern guards safety dispute - BBC News Workers on Southern trains are to stage a 48-hour strike on 7 and 8 September, the RMT union announces. Workers on Southern trains are to stage a 48-hour strike on 7 and 8 September
"23.08.2016 11:41:28" Team GB fly into Heathrow Rio Olympics 2016: Team GB's record breakers land at Heathrow
"23.08.2016 06:22:31" bbc.co.uk Seven day NHS pledge faces 'staff shortages' - BBC News A confidential review of the government's plans for a seven-day NHS has identified 13 risks, according to documents seen by two news organisations. This morning on the breakfast show taking your calls on a 7 day NHS
"22.08.2016 15:27:58" Timeline Photos This is Booba the cat. He went missing from his home in Cricklewood. He was found about two months later by the RSPCA and then re-homed by the charity Cats Protection. His previous owner found out he'd been found and re-homed and now she wants him back.
"22.08.2016 11:19:32" The Mayor of London is backing Owen Smith for Labour leader. Sadiq Khan got booed by supporters of Islington North's Jeremy Corbyn in Kilburn last night #LabourLeadership
"22.08.2016 07:08:17" londonist.com Non-London Towns That Should Be In London The Future London Boroughs of... Would you like more London boroughs?
"21.08.2016 14:07:20" Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has urged Labour voters to ditch Labour leader and Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn in favour of Owen Smith #LabourLeadership #MayorOfLondon
"21.08.2016 13:51:41" BBC London Sport A new era for West Ham United FC.
Commentary to come on BBC Radio London. On Digital Radio this afternoon...
"20.08.2016 17:05:52" Timeline Photos Gary Crowley is live till 9pm tonight.
We want your songs that feature animals in the title! Get them in!
"20.08.2016 16:15:54" Last night saw the first 'Night Tube' service on the Central & Victoria lines
"19.08.2016 16:20:45" Fire in Shepherd's Bush tower block Fire in Shepherd's Bush tower block
"19.08.2016 15:35:08" standard.co.uk London council slammed for this 'disgusting' unprotected sex poster A poster campaign by a council was slammed as “disgusting and offensive” for apparently encouraging women to have unprotected sex on nights out. Kingston Council's “get it, forget it” campaign hoped to promote the contraceptive coil - a copper device A sex education poster campaign by a London council has been condemned by critics who say it encourages young women to have unsafe sex on nights out - what do you think?
"19.08.2016 12:08:22" Sadiq Khan Night Tube Announcement It's time for the Night Tube - Mayor Sadiq Khan has recorded a message which will be played out
"19.08.2016 07:13:22" A group of London councils is calling on the government to let them take in children who are currently living alone in the so-called "jungle" migrant camp in Calais. Councillors from Hammersmith & Fulham, Lambeth and Ealing visited the camp yesterday.
"19.08.2016 05:33:37" On the breakfast show with Nikki Bedi - will you use the night tube?
"18.08.2016 15:11:32" bbc.co.uk BBC Islamophobia discussion interrupted by Islamophobia - BBC News A passer-by named Paul tells the Victoria Derbyshire programme's interviewee Ruqaiya Haris: "There's no Sharia law here". A man interrupts a BBC interview about Islamophobia and gets more than he bargained for - what do you think of what he said? Islamophobic? Or just rude? And what about the response?
"18.08.2016 14:03:54" Andrew Flintoff alcohol Andrew Flintoff speaks candidly about his problems with alcohol to Robert Elms.
Hear more: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p043gj1r
"18.08.2016 10:25:43" bbc.co.uk This former Met Police firearms officer has killed more people in the line of duty than any other officer, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Tony Long is known for the Azelle Rodney case, but also had to kill two others on the job Want to know what its really like to be a firearms officer for the Met?
Tony Long did it all in a 30+ year career.
His documentary 'Secrets of a Police Marksman' is on Channel 4 tonight at 10pm.
Before that listen to him speaking to Vanessa about his
"18.08.2016 06:27:45" bbc.co.uk £22m gap in Garden Bridge funds - Newsnight investigation - BBC News BBC Newsnight has learned that the funding gap for the Garden Bridge project in London is £22m more than previously thought. On the breakfast show with Vanessa Feltz - are you for or against the Garden Bridge?
"17.08.2016 15:13:18" dailymail.co.uk End of the deep clean? We spend 30 minutes less on chores each week The average time spent cleaning in a year has fallen by 28 hours as the nation's long hours working culture means people do not have us much time to tidy. We now spend half an hour less cleaning every week - have we become more slobby or maybe just got busier? And do you have any cleaning tips you can share with us?
"17.08.2016 11:17:45" bbc.co.uk Anjem Choudary radicalised my brother: Filmmaker Robb Leech speaks to Vanessa, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Robb filmed "My Brother The Islamist" after his step-brother Richard Dart was radicalised Robb Leech made a film called "My Brother The Islamist" about his step-brother becoming radicalised. He spoke to Vanessa earlier:
"17.08.2016 03:18:26" bbc.co.uk Radical cleric Anjem Choudary guilty of inviting IS support - BBC News Radical UK cleric Anjem Choudary, who police say influenced many people tried for serious crimes, is convicted of inviting support for so-called Islamic State. He faces up to 10 years in jail.
"16.08.2016 16:25:53" BBC London He faces up to 10 years in jail.
"16.08.2016 15:25:02" bbc.co.uk Viruses 'more dangerous in the morning' - BBC News Viruses are more dangerous when they infect their victims in the morning, a University of Cambridge study suggests. Researchers at Cambridge University have found viruses are better at infecting you if you have to work shifts - have you done shift work? If so how did it affect your health and your life?
"16.08.2016 14:50:51" bbc.co.uk Gold Maserati GranCabrio with L-plates seized in Kingston - BBC News The driver of a gold supercar is left standing at the side of a road after police spot L-plates on the £100,000 vehicle. A Kingston Police spokesman said the driver was pulled over because officers thought the car seemed very expensive for a learner to be driving.
"16.08.2016 10:13:37" bbc.co.uk Sadiq Khan talks about railway fares, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Mayor of London Sadiq Khan talks to Vanessa about railway fares. How will Londoners benefit from TFL fare freezes?
"16.08.2016 05:43:33" Animal rescues How much does it cost to save a hamster?
Read more: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-37085440
"16.08.2016 05:33:22" Timeline Photos It's 100 days since #SadiqKhan became Mayor of London. He came to power promising to build affordable homes, freeze fares and to become the greenest mayor ever. How do you think he's done so far? Vanessa Feltz will be finding out this morning and she'll
"15.08.2016 16:32:47" BBC London Patrolling the trolls
"15.08.2016 11:06:47" bbc.co.uk These 'Zombie Knives' will be BANNED from Thursday, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Safeguarding minister Sarah Newton explains why these weapons were singled out. Home Office Minister Sarah Newton was speaking to Vanessa earlier today.
"15.08.2016 07:23:50" dailymail.co.uk Phone addict Britain: It's a national epidemic. Old-fashioned souls like me just check for emails and texts from family, friends and colleagues, and perhaps the news headlines — but that's beginners' stuff. On the breakfast show with Vanessa Feltz - what are you looking at on your phone??
"15.08.2016 07:07:22" Zombie knives ban 'Zombie knives' ban
Janette Collins, founder of a youth intervention project in Hackney, told BBC Radio London that young people fear for their lives
"13.08.2016 08:59:19" Timeline Photos Jo's still got it! Hoopla hooping because of #BrixtonCityFestival ... Simon wasn't up for it!
"13.08.2016 06:19:13" Timeline Photos Back together again! Jo & Simon are live now with Saturday Breakfast until 10am
"12.08.2016 11:16:54" BBC London The unsung TFL worker trying to make the world a better place. #BeLikePip
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-36976349 Are there any workers you've seen going the extra mile?
"12.08.2016 08:08:56" telegraph.co.uk Ban parents from open days at universities, headmistress says Students should stop taking parents to university open days as it fuels the safe-spaces culture among the ' Should you accompany your children to university open days?
"12.08.2016 07:20:19" More than a third of Labour council leaders in London have told us that they're backing #OwenSmith in the #LabourLeadership race. But more than two thirds of Labour constituencies in London that have already declared their allegiance are backing Islington
"12.08.2016 05:15:36" Around two thirds of Labour constituencies in London that have already declared their allegiance in the #LabourLeadership race are backing Islington North MP #JeremyCorbyn. But more than a third of Labour council leaders in the capital have told us that
"11.08.2016 20:33:03" www.bbc.co.uk London schoolgirl 'feared dead in Syria' - BBC News Kadiza Sultana, one of three girls who left London to join so-called Islamic State, is believed to have been killed in Syria, the solicitor representing her family says. Kadiza Sultana was 16 when she disappeared along with two friends.
"11.08.2016 15:17:11" telegraph.co.uk NHS sets 50:50 gender quota to get more women in boardroom The NHS is to introduce gender quotas to ensure a 50: The NHS is to introduce gender quotas to ensure a 50:50 male-female split on trust boards - is discrimination still barring women and ethnic minorities from the top jobs? And are quotas the way to solve this?
"10.08.2016 17:42:39" Timeline Photos Live traffic news on the back of a London bus? Transport for London is trying out the idea...
"10.08.2016 15:16:30" bbc.co.uk Half of women 'sexually harassed at work' - TUC survey - BBC News More than half of women say they have been sexually harassed at work and most admit to not reporting it, new research by the TUC suggests. TUC report suggests more than half of women have suffered some form of sexual harassment at work and many don't report it - has it ever happened to you?
"09.08.2016 15:11:33" bbc.co.uk Would you let your children watch you give birth? - BBC News Jamie Oliver and his wife Jools announced the birth of their fifth child over social media. But along with the pictures of the little bundle came the news that their two eldest daughters were there to watch their mum give birth. Jamie and Jools Oliver's daughters were there to cut the cord at the birth of their new brother - would you want your children there to see their new sibling being born?
"09.08.2016 14:00:00" Tortoise tracked down 90-year-old tortoise found in rubbish after GPS search.
Photos via Westminster Council
"09.08.2016 12:12:49" bbc.co.uk Woman dies in Wandsworth Prison drone police chase - BBC News A woman dies in a car crash after a police pursuit by officers investigating a drone being flown near Wandsworth prison. A woman has died in a car crash after a police pursuit by officers investigating a drone being flown near the prison.
"09.08.2016 06:22:49" bbc.co.uk Mothers who have lost their children to knife crime offer each other support - BBC News A support group for mothers whose children have been murdered is set up in east London. On the breakfast show with Vanessa Feltz talking about knife crime in London. Is carrying a knife becoming normal?
"08.08.2016 17:56:07" BBC London Large fire in Greenwich
"08.08.2016 12:57:43" BBC London Large fire in Greenwich
"08.08.2016 05:36:12" A strike by the RMT on Southern will affect rail journeys over the next five days. How will you be affected?
"07.08.2016 11:55:16" Gary Crowley is live with Soul On Sunday!
"06.08.2016 15:08:11" The Tottenham Rights and Mark Duggan campaign day of action March has just started. Up to 150 people are making their way out of Broadwater Farm Estate making their way to Tottehham Police Station. Retracing their steps from 5years ago.
"05.08.2016 17:39:14" Following a day of disrupting traffic near Heathrow Airport the campaign group Black Lives Matter are now in East London holding a rally. Our reporter Valley Fontaine is there.
"05.08.2016 15:24:38" bbc.co.uk Black Lives Matter movement 'needed in UK' - BBC News Activists have expressed the hope that a strong Black Lives Matter movement can be built in Britain following the growth of the campaign in the US. Protesters have disrupted traffic at Heathrow and plan a march later in London as part of day of action by Black Lives Matter - is this movement needed in the UK?
"05.08.2016 07:16:29" standard.co.uk Toxic air warnings to be displayed at Tube stations and bus stops Toxic air warnings will be displayed at hundreds of Tube stations and bus stops during pollution peaks in London. Mayor Sadiq Khan announced that filthy air levels, and advice on how to respond, will appear on a huge network of public signs across the Do you want to know how polluted the air you're breathing is?
"05.08.2016 06:21:52" bbc.co.uk Child sex abuse inquiry will continue 'without delay' - BBC News The inquiry into child sexual abuse will continue "without delay" and before a new chair is appointed, home secretary Amber Rudd says, after the resignation of Dame Lowell Goddard. Are you someone who has faith in inquiries? Or do you wonder if inquiries ever achieve anything?
"04.08.2016 16:25:20" BBC London One man tells us why he stole during the London riots in 2011 Scott was jailed for theft during the London riots in 2011 - we'll be speaking to him after 6.
"04.08.2016 15:39:31" bbc.co.uk UK interest rates cut to 0.25% - BBC News The Bank of England has cut interest rates from 0.5% to 0.25% - a record low and the first cut since 2009. UK interest rates have been cut from 0.5% to 0.25% and the Bank of England says they could go lower if the economy worsens - will this affect you?
"04.08.2016 12:16:03" BBC London "We have found no evidence of radicalisation"
Met Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley after the Russell Square attacks We're live from Russell Square on Drivetime with Eddie Nestor from 4pm.
"04.08.2016 08:21:44" Russell Square Stabbings London Stabbings:
Police and eyewitness describe the moments after the attack in Russell Square.
More on BBC Radio London throughout the day.
"04.08.2016 06:22:20" bbc.co.uk London 2011 riots: Stop and search change 'led to knife crime' - BBC News It is "highly likely" a downgrade of stop and search has led to a rise in knife crime, an advisor to the government appointed following the 2011 riots says. Do you agree? Or do you think stop and search is working?
"04.08.2016 02:30:54" Photos from BBC Radio London's post We'll be live at Russell Square throughout the morning with the latest on a knife attack that has left one woman dead and five others injured
"04.08.2016 01:16:09" BBC London Woman dead and several hurt in knife attack
"03.08.2016 11:59:23" Timeline Photos London UKIP member Elizabeth Jones is on the list of candidates standing to be the next #UKIP leader
"03.08.2016 08:41:23" Live at the Met Police briefing about more armed officers for London
"03.08.2016 08:12:22" croydonadvertiser.co.uk Exclusive: Children from Croydon school 'ran riot' spitting on animals on school trip to London Zoo Pupils from a Croydon school spat on animals and a student knocked a fellow pupil unconscious during a shameful end-of-term trip to London Zoo. Year 7 students from St Andrew's Church of England... Pupils accused of mis-behaving during an end of term trip.
"03.08.2016 06:24:31" bbc.co.uk More armed police on London streets, say Met chief and mayor - BBC News More armed police will be seen on London's streets from now on following terrorist attacks in Europe, Met Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe and Mayor Sadiq Khan say. Does this reassure you?
"02.08.2016 15:19:08" independent.co.uk Newsflash, young people: owning your own home isn't a 'human right' There has been a slightly hysterical reaction to the news that home ownership rates are slipping, and that the “crisis” in housing has reached such outer reaches of civilisation (I'm being ironic here) as Manchester and Leeds. Younger people, I read, are Home ownership is at its lowest level since the 1980s - do we need to accept that owning your own home "isn't a human right"?
"02.08.2016 10:15:34" bbc.co.uk Paul Steinberg on the Prep drug, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Paul Steinberg from the London HIV Prevention Programme talks about the Prep drug. “It could reduce HIV diagnosis and HIV infections by half”
"02.08.2016 07:00:59" bbc.co.uk Court ruling on HIV 'game-changing' drug - BBC News A High Court judge is set to rule on an NHS England decision not to fund a drug that can prevent HIV - a daily pill campaigners call a "game changer". Should HIV drugs be made available on the NHS?
"02.08.2016 06:38:10" Affordable London boroughs
"01.08.2016 12:00:32" Timeline Photos People in Hackney will elect a new Mayor next month. The date has been set for 15th September, after the former Hackney Mayor left to work for Mayor of London Sadiq Khan. http://news.hackney.gov.uk/mayoral-election-2016/
"01.08.2016 09:22:52" London MP says honours list is "staggering" Should Theresa May intervene to curtail David Cameron's resignation honours list? London MP Steve Pound told Vanessa Feltz this morning that the list - which includes press aides, Remain campaign donors and Mr Cameron's wife's stylist - is "staggering".
"01.08.2016 07:42:01" Rescue mission at Southbank Fairground ride...
"01.08.2016 07:15:01" Fairground suspension Fire crews have rescued 19 people - six of them children - who were suspended in a fairground ride 20 metres (65ft) above London's South Bank. More on BBC Radio London throughout the day.
"01.08.2016 06:13:45" bbc.co.uk Cancer: Thousands surviving in UK decades after diagnosis - BBC News More than 170,000 people in the UK who were diagnosed with cancer up to 40 years ago are still alive, although many face lifelong side-effects, a report says. Are you a cancer survivor?
"31.07.2016 14:26:00" Timeline Photos Maria McErlane is sitting in for Gaby this week. We've got live music from The Rua, Christine Bailey will be talking about her new vegan cookbook and we're asking... what are the words that get on your nerves?
"30.07.2016 07:37:36" RIDE LONDON It is the largest event of it's kind in the world. Ride London. Taking part are the Antwi twins who have a very personal reason, for taking on the challenge. BBC London'S Sports Reporter Chris Slegg has been to meet them
"29.07.2016 18:04:34" The charity, RNLI is warning fans of the online game "Pokemon Go" not to put themselves in danger. This new mobile phone game is being linked to some losing weight and others nearly being lost at sea. Valley Fontaine went to find out how it works.
"29.07.2016 15:16:33" theguardian.com East London suburb tops 'most difficult driving test' league table More than two-thirds of drivers fail test in busy Wanstead, while Barrow-in-Furness has country's highest pass rate Wanstead has the highest rate of driving test fails in the UK with a 67.2% fail rate - how many times did you have to take your test?
"29.07.2016 11:11:53" bbc.co.uk RIDE LONDON: Lemar tells us about catching the 'cycling bug', Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Soul On Sunday presenter Lemar is taking part in the 100 mile Ride London event on Sunday Looking forward to RideLondon this weekend? Our very own Lemar is doing the #RideLondon-Surrey 100 on Sunday.
"29.07.2016 11:11:14" bbc.co.uk AIRPORT DRINKING: Paul from Feltham used to be a police officer stationed at Heathrow., Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Find out who he thinks is responsible for controlling passenger's drinking. Who should be responsible for controlling our drinking in airports?
Ex-copper Paul from Feltham told Nikki Bedi this morning who he thinks should be in charge.
"29.07.2016 09:09:36" Photos from BBC Radio London's post The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan unveils new art on the tube for the latest stage of his #LondonIsOpen campaign
"29.07.2016 06:10:41" bbc.co.uk Airport alcohol sales to be reviewed after drunken incidents - BBC News The way alcohol is sold in airports is to be examined after a number of incidents involving drunk passengers, new aviation minister Lord Ahmad says. Does the first drink at the airport signify the start of your holiday?
"28.07.2016 15:21:56" independent.co.uk Owen Smith forced to defend 'smash Theresa May on her heels' comments Owen Smith has been forced to defend his comments after he said it pained him Labour did not have the strength to "smash" Theresa May "back on her heels". Mr Smith, the MP for Pontypridd and the former shadow work and pensions secretary, made the remark Labour hopeful Owen Smith has had to apologise for saying he wants to "smash Theresa May back on her heels" - are the comments
"28.07.2016 06:30:30" bbc.co.uk Byron burger chain staff arrested in immigration raids - BBC News Dozens of workers from Albania, Brazil, Nepal and Egypt are arrested in "intelligence led" raids by immigration officials at Byron burger restaurants across London. Should there be more checks like this?
"27.07.2016 15:12:29" independent.co.uk A worrying number of Labour voters prefer Theresa May to Jeremy Corbyn A second poll in the space of 24 hours has provided Theresa May's Conservatives in a commanding position with a 12-point lead over the Labour party. The YouGov poll for the Times suggests Labour has 28 per cent of the vote share while the Conservatives New polls suggests nearly a third of Labour voters prefer Theresa May to Jeremy Corbyn as PM - is party politics dead? Is it now all about personality?
"27.07.2016 06:38:04" bbc.co.uk French church attack: 'Priest killer' was being monitored - BBC News The suspected killer of a priest in a French church was being monitored by police and wearing a tag at the time of the attack, prosecutors say. Counter-terror police in the UK have advised British churches to review their own security.
"26.07.2016 20:22:26" bbc.co.uk Kentish Town restaurant diners struck by car - BBC News A car crashes into customers sitting outside a restaurant in London. An unmarked police car on an emergency call has crashed into customers sitting outside a restaurant in London.
"26.07.2016 17:20:44" BBC London Landlords cramming people into homes in London.
Officials calculate the landlord of this house makes £80,000 a year.
"26.07.2016 10:40:39" bbc.co.uk Hate Crime: Has there really been an increase since Brexit?, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Weyman Bennett, 'Stand Up To Racism': I haven't experienced abuse like this since the 70s The Metropolitan Police say there have been 400 arrests for hate crimes since the Brexit vote.
"26.07.2016 08:08:18" bbc.co.uk Scans reveal how teenage brain develops - BBC News The areas of the brain involved in complex thought are the ones that change the most during the teenage years, research shows. Were you a moody teenager? or are you struggling to cope with one in your family?
"26.07.2016 06:08:57" bbc.co.uk Hate crime policing to be reviewed after spike in reports - BBC News The police response to hate crime is to be reviewed after a sharp rise in incidents following the EU referendum, the government is to announce. Has London become less tolerant since the EU referendum?
"25.07.2016 06:26:19" bbc.co.uk Sir Philip Green blamed by MPs for BHS collapse - BBC News Sir Philip Green and others who "got rich" from BHS are blamed for the retailer's collapse in what MPs called the "unacceptable face of capitalism". Do you think Sir Philip Green should have his knighthood removed? or this how capitalism works and he hasn't done anything legally wrong?
"24.07.2016 12:33:13" Lemar Saturday Night Soundtrack - BBC Radio London
"23.07.2016 17:06:42" Timeline Photos Three clues as to who is on air next...
It's the A-Z of Pop tonight so we need your songs that start with 'W'!
"23.07.2016 15:47:03" Timeline Photos Lucy the dog enjoying this hot summer day.
"23.07.2016 11:57:12" bbc.in Richmond Park, London: The South African Military Hospital, World War One At Home - BBC Where almost ten thousand African soldiers were treated Why did a monkey need treating in Richmond Park during World War One? Take a listen...
"22.07.2016 16:23:15" BBC London Peckham Lido: A campaign to rebuild a lost outdoor pool
The organisers have raised more than £60,000 to launch a feasibility study.
"22.07.2016 14:58:37" bbc.co.uk The Great Fire of London, Donald Trump and counter-extremism, Nikki Bedi - BBC Radio London A exhibition opens marking 350 years since the Great Fire of London. Fire! Fire!
"22.07.2016 14:08:29" telegraph.co.uk 'Staycation' boost to UK economy as millions of families shun foreign holidays Millions of British holiday makers are abandoning plans for foreign travel and embarking on " With worries over Brexit and the threat of terrorism, will you be heading abroad this summer or will it be a "staycation"?
"22.07.2016 11:36:08" bbc.co.uk PECKHAM LIDO: Successful crowdfunding campaign to restore a pool buried in the 1980s, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Peckham resident Ben Lloyd-Ennals says he can now pay people to continue the project The organiser of the successful crowdfunder explains what happens next...
Have you used an outdoor pool this week?
"22.07.2016 07:53:09" Timeline Photos Vanessa is on the trail of the BFG!
Dream jars are popping up around London
"21.07.2016 15:17:55" bbc.co.uk Vitamin D supplements 'advised for everyone' - BBC News Everyone should consider taking vitamin D supplements in autumn and winter, public health advice in England and Wales says. We should all be taking Vitamin D supplements in the autumn and winter say health experts - do you take vitamin supplements? And do they work?
"21.07.2016 13:08:50" What Peter Feldmann, Mayor of Frankfurt thinks of London post-Brexit vote.
"21.07.2016 11:04:14" bbc.co.uk Brexit one month on: What happens if London starts losing its jobs?, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London European cities are already planning to attract London's jobs. BREXIT one month on: The London Communications Agency told Vanessa this morning that we should be worried about losing jobs to other European cities.
Would you move abroad for a job?
"21.07.2016 08:54:07" Four weeks ago the UK voted to leave the EU. Billingsgate Market was the spot Boris Johnson chose to begin his nationwide tour the day before the referendum. We've been back this morning to find out what people at that fish market think now.
"20.07.2016 16:07:15" bbc.co.uk Hyde Park, UKIP facebook post and Angela Eagle, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London A police officer has been stabbed after a huge water fight in Hyde Park. Should UKIP take disciplinary action against a councillor who posted inflammatory comments on Facebook? Conservative MP for Bromley Bob Neill thinks so...
"20.07.2016 13:35:38" Water fight turns violent in London Water fight turns violent in London - police officers were injured
Kerin Richards was at Hyde Park last night, she spoke to BBC Radio London
We'll more on Drive later today http://www.bbc.co.uk/radiolondon
"20.07.2016 11:18:47" bbc.co.uk Hyde Park: Met Police Commander BJ Harrington "We saw horriffic scenes of spontaneous violence", Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Violence occurred in Hyde Park, Stamford Hill and Burgess Park overnight. Overnight violence after parties and unlicensed sound-systems are broken up by the police. Did you attend or see the disturbances?
"19.07.2016 15:16:09" Timeline Photos It's getting hotter but is Eddie getting cooler?
"19.07.2016 14:28:20" bbc.co.uk Railway sinkhole, heat and discipline, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London A 13 foot sink hole has been found under railway tracks in Forest Hill. Has the Forest Hill sink hole disrupted your journey today? Network Rail explain what's been happening...
"19.07.2016 09:04:06" Photos from BBC Radio London's post Here are the before and after pictures - not a great success but fun! Enjoy the day ☀️☀️☀️☀️
"19.07.2016 08:45:32" So how did the experiments do?...
"19.07.2016 06:19:57" Vanessa Feltz Breakfast Show - sunshine experiments...
"18.07.2016 15:03:51" Timeline Photos The sun's out and Eddie's trying to keep cool. How do you do it?
"18.07.2016 14:41:04" Timeline Photos Hole under tracks at Forest Hill.
Network Rail say they are looking into it.
Latest travel updates: https://twitter.com/BBCTravelAlert
"18.07.2016 08:34:40" bbc.co.uk Baroness Ros Altman says she felt silenced and gagged, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Baroness Ros Altman told Vanessa she felt silenced and gagged working for the government. This morning on The Breakfast Show with Vanessa Feltz - Baroness Ros Altmann revealed all about her time in government.
"18.07.2016 07:10:35" Photos from BBC Radio London's post Today should be the hottest day of the year so far - with temperatures in London expected to reach 29 Celcius - don't forget your water if you're travelling today! ☀️
"16.07.2016 16:50:33" London's Turkish community have been worried by events back home.
"15.07.2016 18:14:51" Photos from BBC Radio London's post London marks #NiceAttack.
"15.07.2016 15:38:22" BBC London Sport NFL stars from 6 of America's biggest teams - Cincinnati Bengals Los Angeles Rams Jacksonville Jaguars New York Giants Washington Redskins & Indianapolis Colts - have been helping more than 1000 London school children get to grips with the game at a
"15.07.2016 12:39:50" Photos from BBC Radio London's post This is the scene outside the French embassy in Knightsbridge - France has declared three days of national mourning, beginning on Saturday
"15.07.2016 12:28:08" bbc.co.uk Nice attack: Caller Mark was there and speaks to Vanessa about what he saw., Nice attack and... Mark was enjoying the Bastille Day fireworks and explains what happened afterwards. Mark was in Nice when the attack took place
"14.07.2016 15:53:10" bbc.co.uk Theresa May and Oxford Street, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Theresa May is our new Prime Minister and Oxford Street could be pedestrianised by 2020. Will a pedestrianised Oxford Street work?
"14.07.2016 15:22:34" bbc.co.uk Pokémon Go: Have you heard about it?, Theresa May and Pokémon GO, Nikki Bedi - BBC Radio London What's the fuss about the mobile game that's become a global phenomenon? Pokémon GO: What is it? And have you caught any around London?
"14.07.2016 11:04:03" bbc.co.uk Lord Butler: Civil Service will have to adapt under new PM, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Lord Robin Butler was the head of the civil service under Thatcher, Major and Blair. The civil service has to create a new department for 'Brexit'.
This morning Lord Butler told Vanessa they will be prepared for all eventualities.
"14.07.2016 06:37:31" BBC London Boris Johnson has new job in Theresa May's new government
"13.07.2016 19:03:09" bbc.co.uk Boris Johnson made foreign secretary by Theresa May - BBC News New Prime Minister Theresa May makes Boris Johnson, the former London mayor who led the Brexit campaign, foreign secretary in her new government. The former Mayor of London has a place in Theresa May's government
"13.07.2016 16:49:07" Timeline Photos Theresa May is now Prime Minister having met the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
"13.07.2016 16:13:50" Timeline Photos Coming up next on Eddie Nestor's Drivetime: counterfeit goods are putting jobs at at risk. Have you ever bought fake goods?
"13.07.2016 16:10:33" David Cameron leaves 10 Downing Street David Cameron has left 10 Downing Street for the last time as Prime Minister.
He then went to Buckingham Palace to tender his resignation to the Queen.
"13.07.2016 15:11:51" bbc.co.uk David Cameron prepares to hand over to Theresa May - BBC News David Cameron says it has been a "privilege to serve" the UK as he prepares to leave No 10 for the final time as prime minister and hand over to Theresa May. David Cameron leaves Downing Street today, but what will his legacy be?
"13.07.2016 12:12:51" bbc.co.uk Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn and kissing, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Theresa May will become Britain's new prime minister by the end of today. Did the Victoria Beckham picture divide Vanessa's listeners - listen again here
"13.07.2016 07:28:04" bbc.co.uk How controversial is it to kiss your child on the lips? - BBC News A photo of Victoria Beckham kissing her daughter Harper on the lips has divided opinion on what is appropriate parental behaviour. On the breakfast show with Vanessa Feltz - do you understand why this picture is dividing opinion?
"12.07.2016 17:27:03" BBC London How Theresa May cut her teeth in politics in south London - plus can you spot a very young Piers Morgan?
"12.07.2016 11:46:06" bbc.co.uk Gavin Barwell MP: Why we are very unlikely to have a snap election this time around., Vanessa... Gavin Barwell explains a two thirds majority vote is needed to hold a snap election Will Theresa May call a General Election?
"11.07.2016 16:44:52" As Southern Rail introduces its new timetable a protest is underway at Victoria Station. Have you been affected by the ongoing Southern Rail issues? Our reporter Anna O'Neill will be live at Victoria on Drivetime shortly.
"11.07.2016 11:30:23" bbc.co.uk Amy Lamé: The Royal Vauxhall Tavern is unique and worth saving, Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London Amy explains why the pub needs a 'special status' to protect the pub from developers Listen back to Vanessa talking to Amy Lamé from the 'Royal Vauxhall Tavern Future' campaign.
Amy explained why the campaign feels they need a special status to protect the pub.
"11.07.2016 09:02:30" Timeline Photos There are changes to Southern Railway timetables from today.
How have you been affected?
"11.07.2016 05:27:53" Andrea Leadsom apologises. What do you think of the motherhood row?
"11.07.2016 00:45:32" WATCH The Academy Oscar nominated director Shekhar Kapur talk to Sunny and Shay about his film Elizabeth starring Cate Blanchett and how he discovered Queen Elizabeth's story.
He also discusses the controversial film Bandit Queen and why he is talking
"10.07.2016 18:08:55" Inkquisitive To Protect And Serve (2016)
In support of
#BlackLivesMatter #AltonSterling #PhilandoCastile and more... Sunny and Shay speak to london artist Inkquisitive about his artwork 'To Protect and Serve'
'I am Sikh, I believe in Humanity and I felt the need to do something' says Inkquisitive on as he discusses Black Lives Matter protests taking place in London
"10.07.2016 14:28:18" Listen now to Gaby Roslin chatting to John Altman, aka Nasty Nick from EastEnders. She'll also be joined by Cheryl Baker, Bobby G and Jay Aston from Bucks Fizz and presenter Melanie Sykes.
"10.07.2016 10:07:51" Timeline Photos This morning Jumoke Fashola discussed the Chilcot report and its findings with Reg Keys the father of soldier Thomas Keys who fell in Iraq, plus ex-serviceman Iain McMenemy who was part of the 2003 invasion.
"09.07.2016 20:25:52" Rio Woolf An eight year boy from Watford has taken a significant step forward to becoming a Paralympian of tomorrow. Rio Woolf is one of the first children in the country to be fitted with a new type of running blade - which other youngsters may soon benefit from
"09.07.2016 13:04:55" BBC London Sport So what REALLY goes on behind the scenes at Wimbledon?
Well IBM play an integral role in the smooth-running of The Championships, as we found out...
"09.07.2016 11:56:07" BBC London Sport Cycling Dani King tells BBC Radio London about the outcome of her appeal regarding her non-selection for the Olympics in Rio 2016
"08.07.2016 20:47:36" Sunny and Shay Friday nights and we wanted to show you behind the scenes of our show. We're live every Friday and Saturday from 10pm and Sundays from 6pm on BBC Radio London If you missed any of our shows listen back anywhere in the world on www.bbc.co.uk/sunnyandshay Sunny and Shay are rounding up the stories of the week on the Late Show but first here is a look at behind the scenes. They will be live from 10pm.
"08.07.2016 20:45:26" BBC London A Black Lives Matter protest has taken place in London, following shootings in the USA.
Read more: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-36750533
"08.07.2016 18:09:12" Following the shootings in the USA over the last couple of days a protest by Black Lives Matter London is taking place on the Southbank. Our reporter Valley Fontaine is there.
"08.07.2016 16:02:59" Has the Brexit vote battered your spending? Our reporter Valley Fontaine went to find out. We'll have more for you on Drivetime with Eddie.
"08.07.2016 15:41:27" Timeline Photos A war memorial in Beckenham is destroyed after a crash involving two vehicles...
"08.07.2016 15:31:40" bbc.co.uk Dallas gunman 'wanted to kill whites' - BBC News Gunman killed in stand-off with Dallas police said he was 'working alone', was upset about police shootings of black people and wanted to kill white officers, police chief says The gunman who killed five Dallas police officers said he wanted to kill white people, especially officers according to the city's police chief - how did we get to this point?
"08.07.2016 12:02:58" bbc.co.uk The Vanessa Feltz Breakfast Show - Downloads - BBC Radio London Discussing the light and shade of life in the capital with Vanessa Feltz. You can download the podcast for the best bits of the week - it includes London Mayor Sadiq Khan talking about air pollution in the capital.
"08.07.2016 07:59:52" Girl throws herself out of stolen car Girl throws herself out of stolen car
CCTV released after a car was stolen with a girl and baby inside in Enfield on Saturday. More details in the comments section.
"08.07.2016 04:00:00" Royal Brompton heart unit to close NHS England has told the Royal Brompton to halt complex heart surgery on patients born with heart problems by April 2017.
We're talking about this with Vanessa this morning.
"07.07.2016 15:56:32" Fines for taking children out of school - do you agree?
"07.07.2016 15:27:18" bbc.co.uk Theresa May v Andrea Leadsom in Conservative leader race - BBC News Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom will battle it out to become the next leader of the Conservative Party after Michael Gove was eliminated from the contest. The result is in - the Conservative leadership contest will be between Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom. Our next PM will be a woman for only the second time in our history - what do you think?
"07.07.2016 14:20:55" BBC London Find out why PC Elizabeth Kenworthy, who helped save two people on 7/7, has chosen today to retire.
"07.07.2016 12:31:10" BBC London 7/7 remembered
"06.07.2016 15:31:01" bbc.co.uk Chilcot reports on Iraq War findings - BBC News Live updates as the long-awaited report on the UK's involvement with the 2003 Iraq invasion, and its aftermath, is due to be published by Sir John Chilcot. Tony Blair: "People want me to apologise for making that decision (to go to war with Iraq) and I can't do that" - what do you think?
"06.07.2016 15:17:00" Remembering London soldiers Remembering the London soldiers who died in Iraq between 2003 and 2009.
More on today's news: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-36715333
"06.07.2016 10:29:56" Stop The War convener Lindsay German reacts to the first reports coming out of the #Chilcotreport into the #Iraq war.
"06.07.2016 10:13:25" BBC London Wood Lane W12 (near Television Centre) is closed after a water main burst.
For all the latest travel updates around London follow the BBC Radio London travel team on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bbctravelalert?lang=en-gb
"06.07.2016 06:50:05" Photos from BBC Radio London's post Families of those killed in the Iraq war arrive at Westminster for the release of the Chilcot Report.
"05.07.2016 13:14:55" BBC Radio London's cover photo
"05.07.2016 12:29:54" Photos from BBC Radio London's post Jo Good's show comes live behind the scenes at Wimbledon
"05.07.2016 11:29:49" Live from the teachers' strike as the march heads down Regent St
"05.07.2016 07:27:07" Teachers on the picket line at a school in Camden tell us why they're on strike today...
"04.07.2016 08:20:43" Photos from BBC Radio London's post It's day 3 of The Listening Project tour and the booth is happily parked at the Oasis Adventure Playground in Stockwell.
If you would like to come along to have a conversation please email ListeningProjectLondon@bbc.co.uk - what you talk about is
"04.07.2016 00:34:11" quik.gopro.com Battersea Park Quik by GoPro is the easiest way to create beautiful videos. FIA Formula E Fun in Battersea Park at the electric Grand Prix. Shame its not coming back next year London, United Kingdom
"03.07.2016 22:58:23" BBC London Sport FIA Formula E Formula E Nicholas Prost feels that London, United Kingdom should try and find a way to keep the sport in the capital
"03.07.2016 12:33:07" Lemar Saturday Night Soundtrack Requests!
"02.07.2016 13:43:00" BBC London Thousands join 'March for Europe' Brexit protest in central London
"01.07.2016 16:27:54" Somme marked by uniformed men in Stratford. Our reporter Valley Fontaine was passing through.
"01.07.2016 15:16:25" bbc.co.uk Tory leadership: Ken Clarke urges Michael Gove to quit - BBC News Tory former chancellor Ken Clarke calls on Michael Gove to quit the party leadership contest after losing the "trust" of MPs as more backers come out for Theresa May. Justice Secretary Michael Gove says "whatever charisma is, I don't have it" in launching his bid to be Prime Minister - do you need charisma to be a good leader? What qualities do you need to lead?
"01.07.2016 13:58:44" BBC London A tribute to soldiers who fought in the Somme a hundred years ago.
#wearehere #somme100 Have you seen WWI soldiers in London today?
"01.07.2016 13:14:57" Timeline Photos Jo's joined by Women on the March in all their regalia! Have you ever taken part in some sort of history reenactment?
"01.07.2016 11:06:51" bbc.co.uk The Vanessa Feltz Breakfast Show - Downloads - BBC Radio London Discussing the light and shade of life in the capital with Vanessa Feltz. Later you can download the podcast - this week we tried to keep up with the ups and downs at Westminster and Vanessa owed someone £5!
"01.07.2016 08:16:54" Commemorations are being held to mark the centenary of the start of the Battle of the Somme. A ceremony took place at Whitgift school in South Croydon where the schools Corps of Drums played. The three flags - British, French and German - were also
"30.06.2016 19:58:52" A new statue honouring heroine of the Crimean War, Mary Seacole, has been unveiled in the garden of St Thomas' Hospital, London. It will be the first statue in the UK dedicated to a named black woman. Valley Fontaine was there.
"30.06.2016 15:14:07" bbc.co.uk Boris Johnson rules himself out of Conservative leader race - BBC News Former London mayor Boris Johnson has ruled himself out of the race to be the next Conservative leader and prime minister. In a shock announcement Boris Johnson has said he will not be running to become leader of the Conservative Party - are you surprised? What do you think of this decision? Would you have wanted him as PM?
"30.06.2016 12:31:17" Boris Johnson has thrown in the towel. Jeremy Corbyn is refusing to stand down. The tale of two London MPs is still unfolding...
"30.06.2016 11:35:50" Timeline Photos Corinne Bailey Rae joins Joanne Good this afternoon ahead of her performance at British Summer Time in Hyde Park which starts this weekend.
"30.06.2016 11:14:20" bbc.co.uk Boris Johnson rules himself out of Conservative leader race - BBC News Former London mayor Boris Johnson has ruled himself out of the race to be the next Conservative leader and prime minister. In a speech in London - billed as his campaign launch - Mr Johnson said he did not believe he could provide the leadership or unity needed.
"30.06.2016 11:05:54" A new statue honouring Crimean War nurse Mary Seacole will be unveiled shortly, in the garden of St Thomas' Hospital opposite Houses of Parliament.
"30.06.2016 10:54:08" A new statue honouring Crimean War nurse Mary Seacole will be unveiled shortly, in the garden of St Thomas' Hospital opposite Houses of Parliament.
"30.06.2016 10:12:47" BBC London New arrivals at ZSL London Zoo
"29.06.2016 15:11:21" standard.co.uk BA air hostess 'made to feel like a prostitute' by work dress rules An air hostess has claimed she was made to feel like a “prostitute” when she was asked to wear high heels and make-up at work. Ruth Campion claimed at an MP's inquiry into dress codes at work that she was required by British Airways to look “sexy” during Air hostess says she felt like she was being "prostituted" after being told to wear makeup and heels to look "sexy" at work - is this
"29.06.2016 13:52:18" Timeline Photos Who let the dogs out ... ??
Tomorrow we're taking The Barking Hour outside - broadcasting live from the BBC piazza from 3-4pm with live music from The Cash Cows. Come along and bring your dogs.
"29.06.2016 09:35:05" The Polish Ambassador, Communities Minister & Minister for Countering Extremism are visiting the Polish Centre in Hammersmith after xenophobic graffiti appeared on the building last week...
"28.06.2016 20:40:28" BBC London Sport Help make London 2017 happen. Volunteer to be a "Runner" at http://bit.ly/28RNyeO #GetYourRunningShoesOn
"28.06.2016 14:14:16" St Thomas' Hospital has launched legal action against plans for a new 'floating' bus stop they say is dangerous for patients. Valley Fontaine reports
"27.06.2016 17:13:32" Anna O'Neill is live at the #KeepCorbyn rally in Parliament Square as more than 30 Labour MPs resign their place in the shadow cabinet.
"27.06.2016 16:40:22" Photos from BBC Radio London's post Anna O'Neill will be live from the #KeepCorbyn rally on Facebook just after 6
"25.06.2016 16:50:40" Timeline Photos Gary's back on your wireless from 6.
We're asking for your 'T' tracks this evening as part of the A-Z of Pop.
Get your best suggestions in on the comments below...
"25.06.2016 13:30:51" Volunteers who run the museum of Immigration & Diversity at 19 Princelet St. E1, have launched a £4 million campaign to restore the 18th-century building and open it full time to the public. It is currently only open to the public up to 12 days a year. It
"24.06.2016 18:46:39" BBC London Mayor of London Sadiq Khan on the capital and Brexit
"24.06.2016 17:34:29" Newham which is one of London's most multicultural boroughs voted to REMAIN with 55,328 votes to 49,317. Valley Fontaine is there and we'll haven more for you on Drivetime.
"24.06.2016 15:19:37" Five London Boroughs voted to Leave the EU. Our reporter Valley Fontaine went to visit one of them. We'll have more for you on Drivetime from 4pm
"24.06.2016 15:04:46" Timeline Photos Brexit has brought out the creativity in Kaya Mar
"24.06.2016 11:32:45" bbc.co.uk MPs submit Corbyn no confidence motion - BBC News Two Labour MPs submit a motion of no confidence in Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn following the UK's vote to leave the EU. Two Labour MPs have submitted a motion of no confidence in Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
"24.06.2016 10:37:25" bbc.co.uk The Vanessa Feltz Breakfast Show - Downloads - BBC Radio London Discussing the light and shade of life in the capital with Vanessa Feltz. What a day it has been! This afternoon download the Vanessa Feltz Breakfast Show podcast for all the reaction to the EU Referendum result...
"24.06.2016 10:17:08" BBC London Boris Johnson booed when leaving his London home this morning.
The Brexit campaigner and Uxbridge and South Ruislip MP didn't speak.
"24.06.2016 09:00:00" Concerns over security at Pride in London Sadiq Khan is putting more Police on patrol at Pride in London this weekend.
"24.06.2016 08:42:35" Timeline Photos London and the EU referendum at a glance
More information here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-eu-referendum-36612916
"24.06.2016 07:47:41" College Green live post Cameron promise to resign in 3 months
"24.06.2016 07:35:50" BBC London EU referendum and London - "against the grain of the rest of the country"
Our Political Editor, Tim Donovan, sent this report from the Guildhall
"24.06.2016 06:39:52" Live on College Green #EURef
"24.06.2016 05:42:22" BBC London London #EURef declaration live with #BBCRadioLondon
"24.06.2016 04:40:05" BBC London London boroughs have mainly voted to remain in the EU - bucking the national trend. We'll have more on the referendum on air.
Click to listen: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radiolondon
"24.06.2016 03:23:41" Timeline Photos Good morning! As the sun rises let us know what you think about the EU Referendum - we're taking your calls throughout the morning
"24.06.2016 02:03:53" Islington declares 75% in favour of remain
"24.06.2016 00:25:38" Live at the Guildhall for London results #EURef
"23.06.2016 23:51:02" Live at the Islington #EUref count
"23.06.2016 23:44:24" Anna O'Neill is live at the Islington #EUref count.
"23.06.2016 22:45:35" BBC London Sport It was one of the memorable images of the 2012 Paralympic Games, David Weir, who won four gold medals, celebrating with his son. Now, with all eyes on the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.David was among the first wheelchair racers to be selected to represent Great David Weir hears the news that he's been selected for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016
"23.06.2016 21:18:52" First ballot boxes arrive in Islington #EURef
"23.06.2016 20:18:29" Timeline Photos Jo Good with Nile Rodgers and Emin, tune in tomorrow 1pm-4pm to hear the interview.
"23.06.2016 16:43:18" Tickets have gone sale for the world's "longest and tallest tunnel slide" down the ArcelorMittal Orbit, next to the Olympic Stadium. Our reporter Valley Fontaine went to try it out.
We'll have more for you on Drivetime.
"23.06.2016 15:11:43" Weather warning - flooding Weather warning - prepare for more flooding
"23.06.2016 07:58:00" Maria, Darnell, Marcel and Tom live in the Diamond Conservation Area in Battersea. They've been showing Jason Rosam the damage the flood has down to their home...
"23.06.2016 07:00:00" Heading to Pride in London this weekend?
"23.06.2016 06:25:27" Seb lives in a flat in Vauxhall. He woke up to water gushing into his bedroom last night after the storm....
"22.06.2016 19:45:54" A two minute silence was held in Brixton's Windrush Sq to mark Windrush Day and the recent passing of RAF Pilot Sam King MBE. (On 22 June,1948 the MV Empire Windrush docked at Tilbury bringing with it the first big group of post war immigrants from the
"22.06.2016 16:37:42" Live in Trafalgar Square after the memorial to #JoCoxMp
"22.06.2016 16:34:15" Photos from BBC Radio London's post Trafalgar Square as the birthday memorial for
"22.06.2016 15:55:44" Photos from BBC Radio London's post Onlookers hold hands in unity at the memorial for #JoCoxMP in Trafalgar Square
"22.06.2016 15:13:27" BBC Radio London is live in Trafalgar Square at the birthday memorial for #JoCoxMP
"22.06.2016 15:09:32" Huge crowds gathered in Trafalgar Square for the memorial for MP Jo Cox who was killed last week. Today would have been her 42nd birthday. People are holding up banners with hashtag #LoveLikeJo and #MoreInCommon singer Lily Allen is performing one of the
"22.06.2016 14:11:49" BBC Radio London's Anna O'Neill is live in Trafalgar Square ahead of the memorial to #JoCox
"22.06.2016 13:37:12" Timeline Photos Current Mayor of London Sadiq Khan tells Labour Remain Rally in Kings Cross this is "the fight of our lives" and introduces Labour leader and Islington MP Jeremy Corbyn in a show of unity #EUReferendum
"22.06.2016 13:34:44" BBC Radio London's cover photo
"22.06.2016 13:32:53" Big turnout for last big Labour Remain rally in Kings Cross right now. #Labour representatives from London, Scotland and Wales on stage #EUReferendum
"22.06.2016 13:14:02" Timeline Photos Former London Mayor & Uxbridge MP Boris Johnson was at Billingsgate Fish market earlier for the Leave campaign #EUReferendum
"22.06.2016 11:40:55" UKIP leader Nigel Farage has just given his last Leave campaigning speech in central London #EUReferendum Asked about the breaking point poster he told journalists "I can't apologise for the truth" but he apologised for "the timing" and "if he offended
"21.06.2016 19:44:52" Young people are gathered at an EU Remain rally in Trafalgar Square this evening #EUReferendum Tomorrow our political reporter Susana Mendonça will join Leave campaigners. Right now she is tweeting about the BBC EU debate on BBC One using the Twitter
"21.06.2016 17:35:51" A former charity worker has set up a dating service which arranges dates for Londoners at volunteering projects. And just weeks after launching she has already attracted the attention of No10. Our reporter Valley Fontaine went to me the founder Hannah
"21.06.2016 11:16:44" BBC London Father found guilty of murdering his six-year-old daughter after she was returned to his care following a custody battle.
"21.06.2016 04:55:20" BBC Radio London's cover photo
"20.06.2016 17:04:44" As the EU referendum approaches we've been speaking to some Europeans who work in our city. London is home to around 850,000 people who were born in another EU country. According to figures from the London Data Store they made up around 10% of London's
"20.06.2016 16:49:02" Photos from BBC Radio London's post Some of the MPs' floral tributes to #JoCoxMP in Parliament Square
"20.06.2016 15:57:35" MPs shake hands with Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and Rector of St Margaret's Church after memorial service for #JoCoxMP.
"20.06.2016 15:00:51" MPs and Lords arrive at St Margaret's Church in the Palace of Westminster, each wearing a white Yorkshire rose, for a memorial service to murdered MP #JoCox
"20.06.2016 14:37:54" A memorial service for the murdered MP Jo Cox is about to get underway at Westminster. Our reporter Anna O'Neill will have the latest on Eddie Nestor's Drivetime from 4pm
"20.06.2016 12:12:50" BBC Three We're live for BBC Three's EU pop-up day. We are now answering your questions about the EU referendum. What do you want to know? Now is your chance to put your questions to our experts Susana Mendonca, BBC Radio London political reporter and Anthony In case you missed it our political reporter Susana Mendonça has been answering questions from the public on the #EURef for BBC Three with presenter India Rakusen and Anthony Reuben from the BBC's Reality Check
"20.06.2016 11:04:11" BBC Trending We're live for BBC Three's #EURef pop-up day. We are now answering your questions about the EU referendum. What do you want to know? Now is your chance to put your questions to our experts Susana Mendonca, BBC Radio London political reporter and Anthony https://www.facebook.com/BBCTrending/videos/1108767849187067/
"20.06.2016 08:10:42" bbc.co.uk Help to Buy Isa scheme 'helps lucky few' - BBC News Would-be-homeowners in large parts of England are being priced out of a government scheme to help first-time buyers, a BBC investigation finds. BBC investigation finds 2 bedroom flat unaffordable in 21 London boroughs to people using new Help To Buy ISA
"20.06.2016 05:37:42" telegraph.co.uk Hundreds sign petition to save grey squirrel after pest controllers were called because animal... Hundreds of residents on a London development have signed a petition to save a grey squirrel after pest controllers were called in because he was Have you seen Cyril the Squirrel..?
"19.06.2016 12:28:35" Behind the scenes at Soul On Sunday!
"19.06.2016 10:43:38" Soul on Sunday is live at 1200 with Gary Crowley!
"18.06.2016 16:56:00" Timeline Photos Sam King MBE, the first black Mayor of Southwark elected in 1983 has died.
"18.06.2016 16:55:19" Gary Crowley is about to go live!
"17.06.2016 22:23:26" BBC London Sport Next weekend it's the British Athletics Championships in Birmingham. For those outside the true elites of the sport, pursuing the dream of success can be expensive. Chris Slegg has been to Dagenham to meet one young man for whom all the hard work has paid Rio 2016 Olympic Games Jahmal Germain tells BBC London about his ambitions
"17.06.2016 16:53:58" 235,000 people have been diagnosed with diabetes in the last year. Diabetes UK are calling it a 'diabetes epidemic', and have forecast that by the end of Diabetes Week this week 4,500 people will have been diagnosed with the life-changing condition.