16 January 2012, 11:43
Episode six of London360 is presented by Christinah Adegasoye
London has been promised a cycling revolution. But with half a million journeys being made on bikes every day in the capital, how are the roads coping with the influx of cyclists? Reporter Rose Manley hit the streets to find out more about cycling safety.
There's been some controversy around the state of local libraries all over London. With several under threat due to redevelopments and budget cuts. Christinah Adegasoye went down to the borough of Brent to investigate what impacts these cuts are having on local residents.
Olympic London – Female Boxing
The 2012 games will see female boxing on show for the very first time. Sports fans will be able to see the likes of Natasha Jonas and Nikki Adams fight it out for the gold medal. But will it catch on? Abdullah Moallim finds out whether or not this sport will be a knockout.
Stephen Lawrence's murder has gone down in history as one of the most influential cases of racially aggravated murder in London. After 18 years of relentless campaigning, two men have finally been convicted for his killing. Carina Nava Johnson investigates the aftermath of the momentous case. Featuring Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre, poet Benjamin Zephaniah and urban star Wretch 32.
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