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Veteran broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby talks about a concert he has organised for charity.
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The ‘Now and Then’ exhibition and the Magic Numbers perform live.
‘Cover To Cover’ is ‘I’ll Never Fall in Love Again’ by Bobbie Gentry and Dionne warwick.
Rachel Khoo on ‘My Little French Kitchen’ and co-founder of Creation Records Alan McGee.
Pete Paphides and Patrick Humphries on ‘Top of The Pops’ and The Delegators perform live.
Listed Londoner journalist and filmmaker John Pilger and live music from Mark Nevin.
Author of 'Columbia Road: A Strange Kind Of Paradise' Linda Wilkinson on the East End.
This week’s ‘Fourfer’ is Elvis Presley.
Dr Moira Goff on Georgians Revealed and live music from Harleighblu.
Rose Fenton from the Free Word Centre, writer Alex Cox and musician Denys Baptiste.
‘Whose London’ on changing London and live music from The Blockheads.
Listed Londoner actress June Brown and live music from Kathryn Williams.
Singer Carol Decker from T'Pau performs live.
This week’s ‘Fourfer’ is Carole King and live music from Patty Griffin.
This week’s ‘Cover To Cover’ is Stir It Up by Bob Marley and Johnny Nash.
Spike Milligan’s manager Norma Farnes and author Sir Ranulph Fiennes.
‘Whose London’ on concrete and live music from Eddi Reader.
Listed Londoner entrepreneur John Bloom and comedian Greg Davies.
Actor Nick Moran on the West End adaptation of 'Twelve Angry Men'.
This week’s ‘Fourfer’ is female reggae artists.
‘Cover To Cover’ is I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down by Sam And Dave and Elvis Costello.
Comedy historian John Fisher and live music from Alfie Boe
‘Whose London’ on homelessness and live music from Travis.
Listed Londoner journalist Samira Ahmed, author Helen Trinca and musician Jimmy Webb.
Designer Thomas Heatherwick and actress Eve Ferret on 'Ferret Up The Arts!'.
Choreographer Hofesh Shechter, ‘Philanthropy: The City Story’ and a Lou Reed ‘Fourfer’.