Councils are set to make a £2bn profit from parking charges, the future of Lewisham hospital and confidential government files from 1983 have been released by the National Archive for the first time. Show more
Doreen Lawrence is expected to be given a seat in the House of Lords later, would it be easier to sack useless employees and do you think it's OK to date your friend's ex-partner?
Film reviews with Jason Solomons, professor Marcus du Sautoy OBE, this week’s ‘Cover To Cover’ is Love The One You’re With by Stephen Stills and The Isley Brothers and live music from Robbie Boyd.
The Barking Hour with Tuuli Shipster and lawn bowls with Tony Kerpel the President of the North London Bowling Club.
Cycling commissioner for London Andrew Gilligan answering your questions.
Join Mark Forrest as he brings the best of the day's BBC Local Radio together.
Regulars Steven Allen and Jamie Kelsey-Fry review the day's news, live music from Rupert Stroud and your calls, texts and emails on illegal immigration, cycling and honours among men.
BBC London joins BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC London 94.9's Jamie Hamilton gives a few ideas of what's going on in London throughout the weekend and is it selfish not to want children?