There may, weather permitting, be a chance to see up to 35 hot air balloons drifting gracefully across the London skyline on Sunday morning.
The annual parade of vintage buses through a military firing range to an abandoned village takes place next Saturday.
Highbury and Islington station could soon be better a new additional entrance, if plans to redevelop a long empty site owned by TfL go ahead.
If you see people pointing their phones at the Legible London signs dotted around London this weekend, they're playing a game.
Over 40 nocturnal light displays are set to fill central London this winter, as the Lumiere festival returns for a second time.
A 40-minute television show from 1989 shows 48 hours in the life of Angel tube station, as it struggled with faulty lifts, an overcrowded platform and staff coping with changing times.
Kew Garden's Pagoda is currently undergoing a long overdue restoration, and there's a chance to climb up the scaffolding and get a close up view of the historic building.
Turns out there's an ABBA museum in Stockholm, and it's coming to London later this year.
For many people, a rite of teen passage is the visit to a pop concert, the formative memories that are looked back fondly in later years. Last week, in my forties, I went to my first ever pop concert.
When you live near something touristy, it's often something we don't visit, because it's always there. Such was the case when I lived in Windsor, which has a bloody massive tourist trap in the centre of town.
The schoolboy pastime of smashing conkers together was, for a short time, set aside as 100 years ago, the government ordered that all conkers be collected for the war effort.
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The Lord Mayor's personal hot air balloon, accompanied by up to 50 others are set to stage an early morning lift-off from London City Airport.
A different London awaits, sights at once familiar, but different, unusual shops, vistas opened in unpredictable ways, and all a few metres from where you are.
Fear stalks the land. Dark venues dripping with evil beguile unwary visitors with their siren songs of excitement and pleasures. Screams fill the skies, but mesmerized visitors don't turn back.
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