27 November 2012, 10:39
Eliot Goward is your presenter for the first episode in the fourth series of London360 – the programme which looks at the capital's hidden communities, the latest showbiz news and the day-to-day trials and triumphs of normal Londoners.
The first half of this episode takes an extended look at homelessness in London and the people who are living on the street. The capital's hidden homeless, the government's cap on housing benefits and a lack of affordable housing are among the issues discussed.
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To watch Centrepoint's Sleep Out Live, visit: http://www.communitychannel.org/video/QIIp6VNzwfI/
Sometimes during the colder months, we forget that our four-legged friends need just as much as protection as us. Valentina Etaghene travelled to Essex to see how international superstar Leona Lewis is working to help London's abused animals.
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London360 travels across the capital to cover the wide range of events which are designed to help people remember the sacrifices made by military heroes of yesteryear, as well as to support those being made in present conflicts and in those yet to come.
Asian Music Awards
Do UK media outlets need to provide better support British Asian musicians on a more regular basis? London360 attended an evening with Jay Sean – hosted by the Asian Music Awards – to learn whether Asian artists are being cut off from the mainstream music industry.
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London360 reporter Eliot Goward discusses drug use, Remembrance Day, LGBT and asylum seekers with Eddie Nestor (1:06.52), while former reporters Rosa Doherty and Maleena Pone also feature with the latest entertainment news: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0106w33
London360 National Newspaper Column
Kiran Kaur and Nyima Pratten discuss the issue of whether Asians are under-represented in the British media: http://www.voice-online.co.uk/article/are-asians-underrepresented-media
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