In the mid 1980s, a film director decided to make an East-End gangster movie, and set it in the then developing docklands area. It's also dire -- and yet, worth watching as it has finally been released on DVD more than 20 years after its fairly badly receive début on Channel 4.
This is The Mall, London. So as it happens, is this; And this; And this; And this; Not to forget, this.
As the "Boris Buses" spread across London slowly taking over fresh bus routes, one was found on Saturday in a very unusual location on an very rare bus route.
A new exhibition to mark the 90th anniversary of the Radio Times has opened at the Museum of London, and as with anything BBC related, has a lot of Dr Who included.
It's not often that you see a bit of a tube train inside an art gallery, but that is what you can see for the next couple of weeks in a small gallery next to the vastly larger Tate Modern.
Computer generated images of new buildings and urban landscapes have long been a bit of an annoyance for me (and many people) in how the images rendered are rarely realistic representations of how the building will look when finished.
Just a bit of random weirdness that you sometimes notice when stuck on a platform for 20 minutes waiting for a delayed train.
There is in St Pancras a monumental sculpture by Paul Day, called The Meeting Place, which is intended to evoke the romance of travel through the depiction of a couple locked in an amorous embrace
Over the past few months, I have occasionally noticed a countdown clock at the top of the Olympic park website noting when the part reopens to the public.
It is almost impossible now to go to the West End in the evenings without seeing a white whale squeezing its way through the narrow streets.
Today marks the 20th anniversary of the announcement that Buckingham Palace would open to the public during the summers.
An unusual auction is coming up next month with a change to acquire some rather unique -- and based on the estimate prices -- curiously cheap bits of London memorabilia.
When a major event takes place in London, along comes the paraphernalia of ceremony to control and to broadcast.
A small room inside a small museum has been given over to the small displays of the small of the animal kingdom. A glowing cupboard surrounded on three sides by bugs, beetles. beasties and bacillus.
Over the past hundred years or so, almost every object in the domestic kitchen has been adapted to changing needs and fashions of society. But there is one object that is almost unchanged since it was first made over a century ago.