13 July 2012, 01:19
London's binge drinking culture – who's to blame?
With all the summer festivities, many of us will enjoy a celebratory drink, but do we know where to draw the line? Reporter Jyoti Kumar explores whether we can change London's binge drinking culture.
Food festival Taste of London helps small start up businesses
Thousands of passionate foodies descended on London's Regent's Park to celebrate the best of the capital's world class cuisine and produce. London360 reporter Charley Dunlop went down to get a taste.
Courtney Connell: The London black cabbie single-handedly helping employment.
Since April 2000, London's youth unemployment has rocketed by an alarming 400%. With so many young people in London unemployed, one man has taken it upon himself to get out-of-work young people into a career. Lawrence Mason investigates.
BT's Artbox for Childline
To celebrate Childline's 25th anniversary, the charity have teamed up with BT to transform phoneboxes around London. Charley Dunlop investigates.
Hackney Academy leaves a legacy for East End youth
The eyes of the world are on East London, with many concerned that the Olympic Games won't leave a lasting legacy. In tandem with the Hackney Weekend concerts, the BBC have created the Hackney Academy, a three-week residency at the local Picturehouse, to connect with young people in the area. Reporter Crystal Straker takes a look.
Paralympics at Channel 4
Channel 4 is the official broadcaster of this summer's other elite sporting tournament, the Paralympics. Reporters Yaw Busia and Tayana Simons went down for a sneak preview.