The people behind chess sets based on city skylines have turned their attention to London's brutalist icons.
Each Wednesday a newsletter is sent to subscribers with a list for the week ahead of things to do in London.
We all love a steam train, and while the big beasts make occasional weekend trips though the city, there are a surprisingly large number of miniature steam trains chugging along little railways around parts of London as well. Operated by…
If they can raise enough money, then Camden could be boasting a new museum later this year -- devoted to female anatomy.
Launched last June, a glowing tube roundel has won an award for the "best licensed product" at the Association for Cultural Enterprises Conference.
Upholding an ancient law, next month a bale of straw is to be hung from the Millennium Footbridge as a warning to boats on the Thames.
If you're near Green Park or the Tower of London tomorrow (Wed), listen out for very loud cannon fire.
Next week will be a very rare chance to see the last of the government's ocean-going Royal Mail Ships on a visit to London.
Tomorrow (Sun 20th Jan), there will be filming of something or other at the derelict Millennium Mills in Docklands.
Selfridges have started selling a range of London Underground themed items that are officially licensed from TfL.
I deem that it is time for a dose of omphaloskepsis, and to find out which of my miserable scrawlings captured your attention the most during the past year.
Whenever you visit a website with a page that no longer exists, it serves up some sort of error, and it's often the hidden place where website staff have some fun.
Each year the streets are littered with dead and dying Christmas trees dumped by uncaring families who can't be bothered to dispose of them properly.
Another year and Smithfield's famous Christmas Eve meat and turkey auction gets bigger and better.
I seem to recall a time when xmas day telly was dominated by a major movie in the afternoon, then it was killed off by Noel Edmunds schmaltzy do-gooding shows, but what was xmas day TV really like?