Lively conversation and fascinating guests.
Londoners are being encouraged to sign up for 'Dry January'.
Have you completed the last of your Christmas shopping?
An increase in the number of food banks and a rise in loneliness in the UK.
The drink driving limit and can you afford to live in London?
Does divorce have a negative impact on children and their education?
The London-wide gun amnesty and nutritional therapist Jeannette Hyde.
Your energy bills, outdoor hotspots and random acts of Kindness.
Remembrance Sunday and is the London living wage enough to live on?
Underground trains, childbirth and what is etiquette?
Talking about dangerous dogs and technology.
Tim Arthur sits in alongside Harriet.
UKIP's seat in the House of Commons and 100 years since the foundation of the Brownies.
Your views on human rights, Carl Packman on payday loans and how to tackle loneliness.
The disappearance of 14-year-old Alice Gross and a 24-hour tube service.
Lynn Faulds Wood on consumer rights and community action to tackle litter.
The Scottish referendum and should you tell someone if they are overweight?
Talking about special educational needs, reporting crime and public toilets.
Your experience of hospital food and what can we do to help homeless people in London?
Nikki Bedi and Sam Delaney sit in for Chris and Harriet.
Tens of thousands of Londoners are taking part in RideLondon this weekend.
The Palestine flag in Tower Hamlets and a pollution levy on diesel vehicles in London.
Chris Rogers with Emma Barnett sitting in for Harriet.
Air-conditioning on the Underground and should larger families get less child benefit?
New plans to help out with the growing number of people having Type 2 diabetes.
Are we doing enough to protect our children from abuse?
Mike Pannett and Mark Prince talk to us about knife crime.
Jim Davis sits in alongside Harriet.
Homlessness in London, Uber versus black cabs and the purchase of three water cannon.