We discuss the top stories of the day plus the current allegation that the Metroplitan Police are guilty of racism.
We discuss the well known case of the self made millionaire whose daughter was found guilty of rioting, kids with TVs in their room and banning the display of cigarettes in shops.
Artist Jane Palm-Gold and archeologist Sian Anthony talk about their free illustrated talk in Camden, we hear from Alison Steadman plus live music in the studio from Simone Leitao.
Gary Crowley and Baylen Leonard are sitting in for Danny Baker and are asking you for the bands you always wished you'd seen but never did.
An estimated 2000 children would go hungry in London every day without charity help, new allegations about police racism and will hiding cigarettes in shops keep young people from starting smoking?
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Jazzie B plays an unmissable mix of funk, soul and house.
In the Rumshop today we have body language expert Judi James and writer and comedian Ian Hawkins. Plus, jazz singer Deborah Brown and comedian Ninia Benjamin.
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