13 February 2012, 04:49
Episode 8 is presented by Marissa Forrester
Chinese New Year
Bright lights, decorations and spectacular shows. Those are a few of the things you associate with the Chinese New Year. With increasing popularity, it has captured the imagination of all Londoners. Reporter and dragon Abdullah Moallim finds out what the Chinese New Year means to London.
Love on the Tube
Love is all around us, they say, but does that include in the underground tunnels of our city? Millions of people use the London Underground every day so surely it's possible to find that special someone on the tube. It's Valentine's day this fortnight and Helena Poole goes on a mission to discover whether it's possible to find love on the London Underground.
Olympic London – Condoms
London360 heard that athletes at this years olympic games will be provided with condoms. When it comes to major sporting events, sexual health awareness isn't the first thing that comes to mind. So we went to explore what this is all about?
Londoner of the Week – Noel Clarke
Our Londoner of the Week for this episode has gone from a West London council estate to be one of UK's leading lights. With a Lawrence Olivier award and a Rising Star BAFTA, this actor, director and screenwriter is set to release another three films this year, before starring in the Star Trek sequel in 2013. We sat down to talk all things London with Noel Clarke.
London has been described as the cultural capital of the world with a diverse range of music genres enjoyed by many. With thousands of buskers adding to the city's thriving atmosphere, Tasha Mathur decided to explore what it takes for a busker to brave the bustling streets of London.
New Horizon Youth Centre/Amy Winehouse Foundation
The death of Grammy award winning singer Amy Winehouse shocked the world when she died in her North London home last year. Apart from her iconic beehive hairstyle and soulful vocals the star leaves a lasting legacy. Marissa Forrester went down to the New Horizon Youth Centre in Euston to see how the Amy Winehouse Foundation has begun changing lives already. Featuring Amy's father Mitch and Jon Snow.