11 (Spring 2007)
Inside Out investigates the impact of global warming across England,
and asks if the situation is as dire as many scientists predict.
and climate change
Inside Out investigates the impact of global warming
on wildlife across England. Plus photo
We look at how drug dealers are taking over the flats of
vulnerable people in London and turning them into crack houses.
Legacy of Slavery
The slave trade was abolished 200 years ago, but
its legacy may still be with us.
Trying to get on the property ladder in London is
almost impossible for any first time buyer. We look at affordable homes.
The River Lee flows directly into the site that will be the
Olympic Village. But is it a jewel in the crown of our future success or an ugly
Stressful jobs and healthy lifestyles don't go hand in hand.
Sadie Nine visited a city of London company who are trying to turn things rounds
for their staff with an innovative new scheme.
2012 - the real cost
London's Olympic bid came up trumps, but can the capital
afford the greatest show on earth?
Inside Out London's David Akinsanya travels through different territorial
boundaries to explore the postcodes of Hackney.
fingerprint technology is making it easier to catch criminals.
has one of the busiest flight paths anywhere in the world. Inside Out investigates
contrails and whether they could be bad for the capital's climate.
10 (Autumn 2006)
European Immigration special
Inside Out joins a group of young Poles on
a night out and discovers what it means to be young, free and Polish in London.
Plus photo gallery quiz.
Face blindness - the inability to recognise faces - is a medical
condition affecting up to 2% of the population or one in 50 people.
Out visits Hackney where a group of allotment holders are trying to save their
own site from redevelopment by Olympic planners.
Horse Chestnut trees are an iconic part of the capital's landscape
and give us our much loved traditional game of conkers. But disease is now threatening
the trees' survival. Plus gallery.
When you think of toast you tend to picture it with jam, maybe some
marmalade or perhaps an egg on top. You certainly don't expect the sale of it
to fetch thousands of pounds - unless you're artist Lennie Payne.
One in four people will experience some form of mental illness in
their lifetime. Inside Out talks to Londoners who are coping with mental health
Photo galleries of the great procession of the goddess through London
to the Thames.
Inside Out London has been tracking the Murray family and
finding out how they have risen to their green challenge.
The Murray family from north London have agreed to go green for
three months. We follow their progress.
Every year millions of tonnes of carbon dioxide, the main cause
of global warming, are poured into the atmosphere. So what should we be doing
to become environmentally friendly? And how green is your family? Plus green quiz.
9 (January-March 2006)
There are 32,000 police officers in the Metropolitan Police.
But some Londoners feel theyre ignoring the crimes that worry us the most.
Plus an exclusive BBC London survey conducted by MORI.
Violent attacks on London Underground and rail stations have
risen by 14% in the last year. In a time of more high-visibility policing and
CCTV, should we really be so scared of travelling on the Tube and trains especially
hopefuls, and Greenwich archaeology
We look at London's swimming hopefuls
for the 2012 Olympics. Plus a look at an amazing find at the Naval College in
Greenwich - an ancient chapel where the infamous Henry VIII married.
hotels, and caesarean births
Inside Out investigates London's dirty hotels.
Plus the caesarean birth rate in London is rising much faster than in any other
part of the country.
shells, Morph furniture, and Brownies
Inside Out investigates how dangerous
old military shells and bombs are going missing before they can be made safe.
Plus the upsurge of interest in the Brownies. And new life for old junk - Morph's
genius, St Pancras Station, and Portobello Market
The golf genius who
could become a sporting superstar of the future. Behind the scenes at St Pancras
station with architect Maxwell Hutchinson. Plus Portobello Market's future.
table tennis, and circus skills
As cash-strapped NHS trusts struggle to
make savings, theres a very real chance that Londoners could lose the heart
of their hospitals. Plus table tennis is being used to fight delinquency. And
the new circus performers being recruited for the Circus of Horrors.
injuries, chip fat fuel, and jazz photography
Ballet is one of the most
physically and mentally demanding activities - we look at the risk of injury.
Plus the jazz photographer who has snapped all the greats. And the search for
more eco-friendly sources of fuel from chip fat oil.
outcry, and football referees
Londoners are overjoyed that the city has
been picked to host the 2012 Olympic Games, but local businesses aren't quite
so enthusiastic. Plus the shortage of football referees in the capital.