London360 24/12/12

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26 December 2012, 11:49

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Nyima Pratten is your presenter for this special festive episode in the latest series of London360 — the show looking at the capital's hidden communities, the latest showbiz news and the day-to-day trials and triumphs of Londoners.


St Francis Hospice Santathon
Reporter Kiran Kaur headed down to a Santathon in Dagenham, where members of the local community took part to raise money for local hospices. One of these is St Francis Hospice, which needs fundraising events of this kind in order to continue to offer their vital services. More details:

Don't Be That Someone – Drink Driving
Don't Be That Someone is a not-for-profit organisation which aims to give 14-to-18-year-olds a drink-driving education during their pre driving years. Nyima Pratten went down to their workshop with Barnet Police cadets to find out more. More details:

Women In Technology
The technology sector shows year on year that there are 3,000 tech firms based at "Tech City" in East London. However, most of the faces on the entrepreneurial start up scheme appear to be mostly male. Reporter Zaneta Denny went to investigate women in tech.

Bi-Polar Disorder
Christmas is a time of happiness and joy for most people around the capital. For some, however, it is a time of sadness and depression. Reporter Eliot Goward headed up to High Barnet to meet members of a bipolar self-help group who are trying to raise awareness of mental health issues, especially at this time of year.

Spirit of London Workshops
In the lead up to the Spirit of London Awards, London 360 attended two workshops on how to make it within the media industry. Some of the artists who are performing on the night were able to take the time out of their busy schedule to provide advice for the aspiring hopefuls from secondary schools in London.

Spirit of London Awards
One of London's biggest events 'The Spirit of London Awards' was held at the O2 arena. The awards highlight the great achievements of young Londoners today and their fellow community members. The Mac Twins reported for London360. More details:


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