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Today's ‘Cover To Cover’ is Bobby Darin Vs Ella Fitzgerald.
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A new photography exhibition at Hoxton Hall and live music from Katie Melua.
‘Whose London’ on the 1940s, Maxwell Hutchinson and live music from Tedeschi Trucks Band.
The 'Listed Londoner', author John Rogers, Amanda De Cadenet and Chas 'n' Dave.
E-bikes in Haringey, Halloween dishes with Allegra McEvedy and Simon Garfield.
This week’s ‘Fourfer’ is Paul Carrack and actress Joan Collins.
This week’s ‘Cover To Cover’ is David Watts by The Kinks and The Jam.
The birth of Fleetwood Mac, MasterChef winner Natalie Coleman and Suggs on his new book.
'Whose London' on 50 years of the National Theatre.
Listed Londoner actress Patsy Kensit and author Antony Lentin.
The Gentle Author, John Challis and using slang.
Hazel Forsythe, today’s ‘Fourfer’ from Thin Lizzy and Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett.
Film reviews with Jason Solomons and Elisenda Vila Llonch on Beyond El Dorado.
Art critic Estelle Lovatt, journalist Clare Campbell and musician Joe Brown.
‘Whose London’ on funerals, Maxwell Hutchinson on architecture and actor Hugh Laurie.
Listed Londoner Harry Redknapp and live music from Ben Taylor.
Charles Rubenstein, Jane Peyton and your favourite cinemas.
Director Rob Brown, today’s ‘Fourfer’, live music from Hem and another 'Funky Friday'.
‘Cover To Cover’ is Listen To The Music by The Doobie Brothers and The Isley Brothers.
Director Destiny Ekaragha, author Val McDermid and live music from Anna Calvi.
‘Whose London’ on diaries, musician Bob Stanley and comedian Jennifer Saunders.
Listed Londoner photographer Gered Mankowitz and live music from Cecile McLorin Salvant.
Veteran jouralist Kate Adie and Robert Opie on 'In Search of Our Throwaway History'.
This week’s ‘Fourfer’ is Prefab Sprout and live music from Stacey Kent.
This week’s ‘Cover To Cover’ is The Boy From New York City by The Ad Libs and Darts.
Poet John Hegley, Leo Green from BlueFest and live music from Laura Cantrell.
Live from The Shard looking at London's skyline.