Counter-terrorism powers and are you addicted to the internet?
Squatters rights, kidnapped Nigerian girls and widower Benjamin Brooks Dutton tells us about his book.
Francesca Fenn and Margie Skinner talk about the Step Outside Guides, this week’s ‘Fourfer’ is Stax Records, Nigel Barden on food and the comedians Mark Heap and Robert Webb.
Robin Sherwood speaks about his forthcoming book on growing up with a mother who was addicted to heroin and live music from Barb Jungr.
Eddie speaks to David Cameron on a range of subjects and have you been sexually assaulted on public transport?
Mark Dennison sits in to bring the best of the day's BBC Local Radio together.
Sajeela Kershi and Shobu Kapoor review the week’s news and promote their new show ‘The Immigrant Diaries’ and King of Swing Paul Stone talks about his debut single.
BBC London 94.9 joins BBC Radio 5 live.
People have been told they will need to earn between £60,000 - £100,000 as a first-time buyer and would you like to see London host the 2016 Olympics if Rio isn't ready? Show more