The father of a missing girl from south London appeals for her return and young drivers are turning the A10 into a race track.
Former head of the armed forces General Lord Richards takes your calls, cannabis and moving to London.
Talking about gothic London, RIBA president Jane Duncan, Paul Morris on his book “A Toby in the Lane: A History of London's East End Markets” and musician Nick Rhodes
Your experiences living with people with bipolar disorder and Grace Gelder who got married to herself shares her story.
Met Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe answers your questions.
Georgey Spanswick sits in and asks if you prefer e-books to a hard copy plus looks at the issue of unisex toilets as a primary school in Sussex is having some installed. Show more
Talking about life after death, retirement and marriage with Mitch Winehouse and Juanne Fuller.
Four men have been arrested as part of an investigation into Islamist-related terrorism, the IMF says Britain's economy is booming and do you trim your body hair?