'Whose London' on screens showing the Olympics and singer Samantha Fox.
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Live music from Electric Penguins, Olympics photographer Katherine Green and Tom Smith.
St John Stephens on gardening and live music from Wayne Hernandez.
Live from Stratford with Heaven 17's Martyn Ware, Olympic guests and the Fourfer.
This week’s ‘Cover To Cover’ is Don’t Do It by Marvin Gaye and The Band.
Alys Williams from the Vitrine Gallery, author Peter Smith and musician Tanita Tikaram.
‘Whose London’ on London's skyline and musician John Lydon.
'Your Old School’ is Wandsworth Comprehensive and live music from Rumer.
The Olympic Torch Relay, book reviews with Alex Clark and musician Angelique Kidjo.
This week’s ‘Fourfer’ is Petula Clark and live music from Baaba Maal.
This week’s ‘Cover To Cover’ is Let ‘Em In by Wings and Billy Paul.
We hear about flamenco and the Superhuman exhibition at the Wellcome Collection.
‘Whose London’ on Young People's Film and musicians China Moses and Alex Webb.
Listed Londoner singer Brian Kotz and live music from Nik Kershaw.
Like a perfect London Saturday - packed with great conversation, guests, food and music.
This week’s ‘Fourfer’ is De La Soul and Johnny Homer on the story of the Cock Lane ghost.
Journalist and broadcaster Jonathan Freedland is in along with soul singer Betty Wright.
Musician Mary Chapin Carpenter, author Jake Arnott and actor Ben Cross.
‘Whose London’ on ice cream and musician Alejandro Escovedo.
Simon Lederman sits in for Robert.
Jason Solomons sits in for Robert.
Author Harriet Sergeant, this week’s ‘Fourfer’ is Steve Miller and director Denny Tedesco.
This week’s ‘Cover To Cover’ is Our Lips Are Sealed by the Go-Go's and Fun Boy Three.
Writer Barbara Nadel, agony aunt Virginia Ironside and musician Tom Paley.
'Whose London' on stadia and Bill Payne and Paul Barrere from Little Feat.
Listed Londoner artist Patrick Hughes and musician Rose Cousins.