The Somali community in London says it's tainted by media portrayals and Heathrow cancel around 10% of flights today as the remnants of ex-Hurricane Gonzalo hits the UK.
The racist row over UKIP calypso and a protest over the sale of Foie Gras in north London.
Whose London looks at Speakers Corner, architecture with Maxwell Hutchinson and Kevin Rowland and Big Jim from Dexys talk about their new film ‘Nowhere is Home’.
Columnist India Knight talks about her new book ‘In Your Prime: Older, Wiser, Happier’ and the anonymous theatre critic @WestEndProducer reviews the latest plays across London.
Oscar Pistorius is sentenced to five years for killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp and heavy rain and strong winds have been lashing parts of the UK.
Mark looks at the impact of EU restrictions on pesticides and how it could affect the supply of our fruit and vegetables plus how Hurricane Gonzalo has affected the country.
Oscar Pistorious is sentenced to 5 years in prison, the new UKIP song reaches number one on the Amazon download charts and a new invention could change umbrellas.
The spending watchdog has criticised ministers for not deporting more foreign criminals, Argentina has formally complained to the BBC over Top Gear and what's in your deep freeze?