Over the years there have been many attempts to build a bridge across the Thames near St Paul's Cathedral, and this is the story of one of them.
If you were to walk up the spiral staircase to St Paul Cathedral's famous whispering gallery, you might notice locked doors leading to hidden places, and behind one of them lurks a marvel.
Normally only accessible to private groups, St Paul's Cathedral is letting people book a Triforium Tour of the behind the scenes part of the building.
550 steps up, and back down again, and a chance to see a part of St Paul's Cathedral not usually seen by visitors.
Ordinarily, St Paul's Cathedral is not open to tourists on Sundays, but next month, the dome will be opened up for dome-only climbs.
Bach's intense masterpiece narrating the events leading to the Crucifixion takes place at 6.30pm Wednesday 16 March.
Just after Christmas, the distinctive wail of an air-raid siren will once again echo out across the City of London.
In 1821, had a person looked up at the summit of St Paul’s Cathedral, a wonderous sight would have greeted their eyes.
Look to the skies! This Friday lunchtime (13th March), there will be a military flypast over the centre of London.
Although most churches permit photography, many cathedrals ban it -- including St Paul's, but that is about to change, for one evening only.
An annual tradition is being continued this Christmas, with an uplifting rendition of Handel's Messiah in St Paul's Cathedral.
As part of St Paul's Cathedral's commemoration to the Great War of 1914-18, two white cruciform sculptures, each over six metres high have been installed at the head of the nave.
A pace of 25 donkeys (yes, that is the collective noun) has arrived in St Paul's Cathedral and will be there for a few weeks.
If you had been in the City of London early this morning it would have been very quiet - even quieter than normal for a 3am in the City of London - for a large section was sealed off so that the military could take over for a few hours.
If you wander past St Paul's Cathedral today you might be in for a bit of a surprise, as there is display of rather large farming equipment on the cobbled stone forecourt.
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