BBC Programme London
A Point of View - Stars of South London
David Cannadine celebrates the joys of South London via Raymond Chandler and PG Wodehouse.
Afternoon Play - A Chaos of Wealth and Want
By Penny Gold. In 1850s London Henry Mayhew befriends a homeless young man.
Afternoon Play - SE8
By Janice Okoh. A teenager is shot in a nightclub and no-one will talk to the police.
Afternoon Reading - More Actors' Words - The Love of Order
Anna Massey tells the story of a young woman finding her way in 1950s bohemian London.
Archive on 4 - I'm On The Train
For Radio 4's London Season, writer Ian Marchant explores the daily rail commute.
Archive on 4 - Soho
Suggs returns to Soho to find out how this unique community functions today.
Archive on 4 - The Summer That Changed London
Kirsten Lass remembers the events of summer 2005, as part of Radio 4's London Season.
Bargain Hunt - Series 26 - London
The Bargain Hunt teams roll up at London's Portobello Market with a 600 pound budget.
Book at Bedtime - Riceyman Steps - Episode 1
On Riceyman Steps, a secondhand bookseller contemplates a change to his circumstances.
Book at Bedtime - Riceyman Steps - Episode 2
Henry Earlforward learns that his new neighbour shares his passion for thrift.
Book at Bedtime - Riceyman Steps - Episode 3
Elsie's sweetheart Joe, newly returned from the war, is unable to control his feelings.
Book at Bedtime - Riceyman Steps - Episode 4
Romance is in the air, but Henry Earlforward believes practicalities must take precedence.
Book at Bedtime - Riceyman Steps - Episode 5
Mr Earlforward's drive for economy is revealed as a corrosive desire.
Book at Bedtime - Riceyman Steps - Episode 6
The corrosive desire for thrift begins to dominate married life at Earlforward's bookshop.
Britain In Their Sites - Episode 3
Tristram Hunt tracks the creation of the skyline of Canary Wharf.
Business Daily - Crackberry or Blackberry?
Is being contactable via your Blackberry or iPhone 24 hours a day such a good thing?
Business Daily - On the Buses
Could buses be the solution to the mass transportation needs in the next decade?
Business Daily - Sanctions against Iran
We look at the question of Iranian sanctions - should the world get tougher with Iran?
Children of the Olympic Bid - Series 5 - Episode 2
Peter White tracks the lives of youngsters who contributed to London's 2012 Olympics bid.
Click On - Series 5 - Episode 1
Public wifi, penguin biometrics, and the technology helping to ease congestion in London.
Digital Planet - 07/04/2009
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, Daisyphone music app, and high-tech ambulances in India.
Digital Planet - 10/03/2009
Thrill-seeking fairground technology, Guitar Hero goes academic and no texting for Lent.
Digital Planet - 11/11/2008
Green IT Special & Feargal Sharkey on stopping online music piracy
Digital Planet - 17/02/2009
Twestival - the global Twitter gathering, Open ID, technobrega music & piracy in Brazil
Digital Planet - 21/04/2009
Pirate Bay, Indian elections, future of radio, Frictions digital art
Digital Planet - 21/10/2008
Credit crunch & tech, Shanghai digital arts festival, Girl Geek Network goes global
Digital Planet - 23/09/2008
Political voice analysis, Google Android launches, Bill Buxton, human body instruments
Digital Planet - 24/03/2009 - DIY Special (Open University)
Electronic DIY with the Open University: Create your own font, Maker Faire UK, Photosynth
Excess Baggage - 18/07/2009
Sandi Toksvig explores London's City Wall and 'laughter yoga' in Mumbai.
Filmmaker Asif Kapadia journeys deep into London's underground film scene.
File on 4 - Illegal workers
Jon Manel lifts the lid on illegal working in London.
Food Programme - Pop Up London
Sheila Dillon asks if a 1930s block of flats was London's first ever pop-up restaurant.
Friday Play - The Wild Ass's Skin Reloaded
Adrian Penketh's modern take on Balzac's classic tale. A sacked banker finds a magic skin.
Front Row - Ten Years of Tate Modern
A special edition on the 10th anniversary of Tate Modern, presented by John Wilson.
Go4it - 29/03/2009
Barney Harwood is given a tour of the A Grand Day Out exhibition at the Science Museum.
In Our Time - London
The history of London from its Neolithic origin to the digitalised capital city of today.
In Our Time - The Fire of London
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Great Fire of London and the rebuilding of the city.
In Our Time - The Glencoe Massacre
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Glencoe Massacre of 1692.
In Our Time - Victorian Pessimism
Melvyn Bragg discusses the high pessimism of Victorian culture.
Joan Armatrading's Favourite Choirs - London Bulgarian Choir
Joan tunes into the musical traditions of Bulgaria with Dessislava Stefanova.