Should football clubs pay for the policing of their own games? Investigating the disturbing rise in internet trolling, and revealing Charles Dickens's legacy to London's children.
With the policing of football games costing us millions, Richard Adams asks if it's time for the clubs to pick up the tab.
Technology expert LJ Rich investigates the disturbing rise in the latest internet crime of 'trolling', which involves posting obscene messages about the dead on memorial pages. And on the eve of Dickens's bicentennial, his descendant Lucinda Hawksley reveals the legacy her great great great grandfather left to London's children.