How a new app that samples DNA could hold to key to healthier living.
Do councils need more powers to deport eastern European rough sleepers?
Dr Oscar Duke meets the kids growing up with arthritis.
The owner of a century-old coffee stall trying to preserve her piece of London's history.
How a 'land grab' could destroy a tight-knit boat community.
Why is the iconic Stanfords map shop moving home after 120 years?
Zack Adesina reveals how hiring a car has landed customers with extortionate bills.
Jonathan Gibson asks why shoppers are still being stung with credit card surcharges.
Gareth Furby meets people who say they are forced to fight crime in their neighbourhoods.
How AFC Wimbledon are moving back to their spiritual home.
Could returning to paper bags be an answer in the war against plastic waste?
Why this year's long hot summer is set to produce a vintage year for English wine.
David Whiteley explores just how safe bouncy castles are following a tragic death.
The harrowing stories of lone children who have fled their war-torn countries.
Is being a delivery driver London's most dangerous job?
What has happened to the old London Bridge 50 years after it was sold to the Americans.
David Whiteley finds out why making a new green fuel is proving controversial.
The creative ways Londoners are recycling their food waste.
Why are the city's poor losing out when councils regenerate their estates?
Should the so-called Canary Girls of WWII be given individual honours?
The former City worker on a mission to help London rid itself of plastic waste.
Could the prefabs popping up on London's rooftops help solve the city's housing crisis?
Could 'fake' fur bought by consumers be made from foreign factory-farmed animals?
Mike Dilger asks if people ready for the insect food revolution.
Can travelling on the Tube damage a person's hearing?
Tarah Welsh investigates the truth behind an anti-epilepsy drug.
The baby boomers starting inventive new businesses to fund their retirements.
How landlords are raking in millions by renting out tiny flats to the homeless.
Karl Mercer spends 24 hours on the frontline of a hospital trauma unit.
Why shire horses are becoming an endangered species.