31 January 2012, 11:17
Presented by Helena Poole
There is an ongoing debate about what 'poverty' means and how to measure it. Can we make any comparisons between poverty in London and the developing world? Rosa Doherty sets out to explore recent figures of poverty in London, and asks the question is London Starving?
Body Image has been a hot topic recently as the dieting industry has come under scrutiny for false advertising, as well as the recent controversy with the use of industrial materials for breast implants. Carina Nava Johnson further investigates whether Londoners are body confident.
Residents of Hackney, one of London's most deprived boroughs, have implemented a new exercise regime in their community to encourage a healthier lifestyle. Paralympic swimmer Dervis Konuralp shows us what this will mean for Hackney.
TERRY WOGAN'S LONDON
With a television career spanning over 50 years and the host of Britains most listened to Radio Show, London360 couldn't wait to meet Sir Terry Wogan. We asked him his favourite things about the capital.
Developments like The Docklands or the Olympic Park in Stratford can transform once derelict areas of London and give them a new lease of life. But organising and funding the changes is far from easy. So when it comes to reviving one of the poorest parts of the city that bore the brunt of last year's riots, City Hall will have it's work cut out. Tom Whiter takes a look at the plans afoot to regenerate Tottenham. Featuring David Lammy MP and Wretch 32.
To celebrate national hugging day on the 21st of January, London set out to break the Guinness World Record for the longest hug. Six couples, including London360 reporters Emily Jane Brown and Rose Manley, aimed to hug for over 24 hours. Let's see wether they managed to cuddle their way to a world record.