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  • One of the first Black women to arrive last century from Guyana has been telling primary school children in Brixton what it was like to leave her family. 101-year old Olive Gordon was visiting the pupils as part of Black History Month.

    One of the first Black women to arrive last century from Guyana has been telling primary school children in Brixton what it was like to leave her family. 101-year old Olive Gordon was visiting the pupils as part of Black History Month.

    10/10/2016 Duração: 03min

    #BlackHistoryMonth #Guyana #101 @bbcradiolondon

  • Pupils at Applegarth Academy in New Addington claim the use of distressing images of children in charity ads is undignified. hear what Jess Crombie - Deputy Director of Visual Creative at Save the Children had to say to Eddie Nestor

    Pupils at Applegarth Academy in New Addington claim the use of distressing images of children in charity ads is undignified. hear what Jess Crombie - Deputy Director of Visual Creative at Save the Children had to say to Eddie Nestor

    14/04/2016 Duração: 04min
  • Bored on Boxing Day? Weve got it covered here on BBC Radio London!

    Bored on Boxing Day? We've got it covered here on BBC Radio London!

    23/12/2015 Duração: 53s

    @julieburchill @suzanne_moore @annareporting

  • After a Muslim student at a private school was questioned by #Prevent officers because he used the words eco terrorism in a French class, his mum Iffat Smith tells @Eds30 he was targeted because of his religion

    After a Muslim student at a private school was questioned by #Prevent officers because he used the words 'eco terrorism' in a French class, his mum Iffat Smith tells @Eds30 he was targeted because of his religion

    30/11/2015 Duração: 02min

    @eds30 @bbcradiolondon #Muslim #Prevent

  • Rapper Professor Green tells Eddie Nestor about his fathers suicide.

    Rapper Professor Green tells Eddie Nestor about his father's suicide.

    27/10/2015 Duração: 07min

    @eds30 @bbcradiolondon @professorgreen #malessuicide

  • Goodbye BBC London 94.9, welcome back BBC Radio London...

    Goodbye BBC London 94.9, welcome back BBC Radio London...

    06/10/2015 Duração: 03min

    To mark the return of BBC Radio London, we look back at the years leading up to this point with a few memories from the archives. of BBC London 94.9. Many thanks for listening...

  • Second World War child internees reunited....

    Second World War child internees reunited....

    25/09/2015 Duração: 01min

    During the Second World War, hundreds of British children were interned in camps in Shanghai. When the war ended, the children were brought on board HMS Belfast, and the crew organised a party. Seventy years on, the warship - which is moored on the Thames - has hosted another celebration to commemorate the day. Many of the 'children' from the Shanghai party were there, as well as one surviving member of the crew. BBC London 94.9's David Friend was invited along. http://www.iwm.org.uk/visits/hms-belfast

  • Calais Migrant Crisis: Is death a risk worth taking?

    Calais Migrant Crisis: Is death a risk worth taking?

    23/09/2015 Duração: 05min

    What makes Londoners travel to Calais in order to help migrants living at the makeshift camp known as the "Jungle"? BBC London 94.9's David Friend joined up with a group called London2Calais to find out. As well as offering aid to those living in the camp they took part in a march in solidarity with those trying to come to the UK.

  • Cosmonauts land in London...

    Cosmonauts land in London...

    17/09/2015 Duração: 02min

    What's described as the greatest collection of Soviet spacecraft and artefacts, ever seen outside of Russia, has landed at the Science Museum in South Kensington. Objects include a 5 metre lunar lander which was built in 1969 and kept secret from the world until 1989. There's also a space toilet and shower, and a dog ejector seat. Getting a special preview of the exhibition today was the first woman in space, Valentina Tereshkova. She was reunited with the landing pod which brought her back to earth. BBC London 94.9's David Friend was invited along too... www.sciencemuseum.org.uk

  • Battle of Britain: Everyone was pulling together.

    Battle of Britain: "Everyone was pulling together".

    15/09/2015 Duração: 02min

    #BattleofBritain September 15th is Battle of Britain Day. It marks the decisive aerial encounter of the battle, when the RAF broke up two Luftwaffe raids on London . Paul Richey was a fighter pilot who, due to injury, spent the Battle of Britain on the ground. His daughter, Emma Williams, has been telling BBC London 94.9 that didn't stop him being VERY involved... With thanks to Imperial War Museums: http://www.iwm.org.uk

  • Sadiq Khan - what is the biggest issue for Londoners?

    Sadiq Khan - what is the biggest issue for Londoners?

    11/09/2015 Duração: 08min

    The newly selected Labour candidate for Mayor of London has been speaking to BBC London 94.9's Eddie Nestor. How did the Tooting MP respond when asked, what is the biggest issue for Londoners at next May's election?

  • Is there a memorial to the Holocaust in London?

    "Is there a memorial to the Holocaust in London?"

    10/09/2015 Duração: 02min

    Imperial War Museum, London is bidding become the site of a proposed new national Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre. The Museum's current Holocaust exhibition attracts a around a million visitors a year but a new grant of £5m could allow it to become the centre of holocaust remembrance in the UK. The Director General of Imperial War Museums, Diane Lees has been speaking to BBC London 94.9's Penny and Paul...

  • Joanne Good, Gyles Brandreth, Miley Cyrus and the BBC London 94.9 lift....

    Joanne Good, Gyles Brandreth, Miley Cyrus and the BBC London 94.9 lift....

    08/09/2015 Duração: 01min

    Listen to Gyles Brandreth telling BBC London 94.9's Joanne Good how an appearance on her show led to a twerking encounter with Miley Cyrus.... Miley Cyrus picture: Getty Images

  • 75 years since the Blitz: These houses were rubble....

    75 years since the Blitz: "These houses were rubble.... "

    07/09/2015 Duração: 02min

    Today marks the seventy-fifth anniversary of the start of the Blitz - the German bombing campaign which lasted from Autumn 1940 to Spring 1941. On the seventh of September 1940 - the Luftwaffe, launched a massive raid on London. More than 350 bombers flew across the Channel from airfields in France and dropped 300 tonnes of bombs on the docks and streets of the East End. BBC London 94.9's David Friend has been to visit one of the survivors... With thanks to Imperial War Museums: http://www.iwm.org.uk/

  • Patrick Ness - Camerons response was inconceivably feeble...

    Patrick Ness - Cameron's response was inconceivably feeble...

    04/09/2015 Duração: 07min

    Author Patrick Ness has helped raise more than a quarter of a million pounds for the Syrian refugee crisis. He set up a fundraising page with the aim, initially, of raising £10,000. Patrick has been speaking to BBC London 94.9's Eddie Nestor... http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/PatrickNess

  • Heston Blumenthal: School never engaged me enough to question...

    Heston Blumenthal: School never engaged me enough to question...

    03/09/2015 Duração: 04min

    A new GCSE aimed at inspiring more boys to study cookery has been launched by chef Heston Blumenthal. The course will look at the science behind food and global issues like food shortages as well as the basics of cookery and nutrition. Heston was at St Michael's College in Bermondsey this morning and told BBC London 94.9 cooking is a crucial subject that is overlooked by too many pupils ...

  • Do you have a spare bedroom for a refugee?

    Do you have a spare bedroom for a refugee?

    03/09/2015 Duração: 06min

    One of Labour's candidates for London Mayor has challenged Boris Johnson to offer to take in two thousand Syrian refugees. Gareth Thomas, who's the MP for Harrow West, has told Vanessa Feltz that London has a responsibility to help and Boris should meet the leader of every borough to devise a strategy. But how did he respond when asked if he could offer a room to a refugee?

  • This could be anyones child

    This could be anyone's child

    03/09/2015 Duração: 03min

    The Independent's Oliver Wright defends the newspaper's decision to publish a picture of a little boy washed up dead on the shores of Turkey. He was three years old and is thought to have drowned with other members of his family as they tried to cross from war-torn Syria to Europe. Oliver has been speaking to the BBC London 94.9 Breakfast Show with Penny and Paul...

  • How to use an escalator

    How to use an escalator

    28/08/2015 Duração: 01min

    Officials in Japan are championing the "no-walk campaign" and encouraging people to stand still and to use both sides of the escalator to try and reduce the number of accidents.

  • Paul Young calls Robert Elms to take part in this weeks Fourfer...

    Paul Young calls Robert Elms to take part in this week's Fourfer...

    28/08/2015 Duração: 02min

    Listen to singer Paul Young calling BBC London 94.9's Robert Elms to take part in this week's Little Feat Fourfer...

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