Linda explores the disparities between the north and south in terms of wealth and living.
Jonathan Freedland looks at the north-south divide in terms of national media coverage.
Is England's North/South divide shifting?
Memories of crossing the Channel in childhood, and how the means have changed over time.
Historian and broadcaster Dan Cruickshank goes off the beaten track in London.
From Dickens to Barnes, Professor Dominic Rainsford explores the literature of the Channel
Lavinia Greenlaw offers a personal vision of London, a city she's loved all her life.
The history of London from its Neolithic origin to the digitalised capital city of today.
Richard Rogers examines some of the economic, social and ecological problems London faces.
Paul Bailey takes a journey through the BBC sound archive in celebration of London.
Poet Paul Farley explores the world of the aerial crime fighter.
Every year more people try to swim the English Channel. Jolyon Jenkins joins the dreamers
Paul Morley reading from his book 'The North (and Almost Everything in It)'.
The fluid frontier.
Writer Tej Adeleye meets London’s new generation of jazz musicians.