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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 Shang…
 
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.…
 
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…
 
#BattleofBritain September 15th is Battle of Britain Day. It marks the decisive aerial encounter of the battle, when theRAF 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 V…
 
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, D…
 
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 s…
 
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/PatrickNessAutor: BBC Radio London News
 
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 subjec…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
The London Underground has delayed plans to introduce an all-night tube service. It was due to start on the twelfth of September. Unions are unhappy about proposed pay and conditions. Andrew Boff is a Conservative member of the London Assembly. He's been speaking to BBC London 94.9's Duncan Barkes...…
 
Plans to launch an all-night Tube service on September 12 have been deferred. London Underground said it wanted to allow more time for talks with unions to reach a deal on pay and conditions for the new service. BBC London 94.9's Duncan Barkes has been speaking to the RMT's Steve Hedley.Autor: BBC Radio London News
 
A lawyer for the Wikileaks founder -- Julian Assange -- has told BBC London 94.9 he won't be leaving the Ecuadorian Embassy in London; even though Swedish prosecutors have dropped three cases of sexual misconduct against him. Mr Assange -- who denies wrongdoing -- has been living there for more than three years. One of his lawyers -- Per Samuelson …
 
Jeremy Corbyn has told BBC London 94.9 he's "cautious" about his chances of victory in the Labour leadership contest. That's despite an opinion poll giving him a clear lead and bookmakers installing him as favourite to win. Listen to how the North Islington MP describes being at the centre of "Corbynmania"...…
 
London's RAF Museum has been nominated for a National Lottery Award for its First World War in the Air project. It's up against six other projects to be crowned the winner of the Best Heritage category. Voting closes on Monday with the winner announced in September. BBC London 94.9's David Friend went to the museum in Hendon to find out out why it'…
 
Gill Hicks lost both of her legs in the terrorist attack ten years ago. To mark the anniversary she joined Christian, Muslim and Jewish leaders at King's Cross before a procession to Tavistock Square, where a bomb destroyed a busy bus in 2005. She's been speaking to BBC London 94.9's Chris Rogers. #WalkTogether #SevenSeven…
 
Ten years ago four suicide bombers attacked thepublic transport system in London during the morning rush hour. Fifty-two people were killed and more than seven hundred peoplewere injured when explosions hit three underground trains and a bus. A decade on BBC London 94.9's Vanessa Feltz pays tribute to those who died... #7/7 #SevenSeven…
 
Ten years ago four suicide bombers attacked the public transport system in London during the morning rush hour. Fifty-two people were killed and and more than seven hundred people were injured when explosions hit three underground trains and a bus. Now, we look back on how the day unfolded on BBC London 94.9...…
 
Ten years ago today four home-grown suicide bombers attacked the public transport system in London during the morning rush hour. Fifty-two people were killed and and more than seven hundred people were injured when explosions hit three underground trains and a bus. A decade on, BBC London 94.9's David Friend has been back to each of the bomb sites:…
 
On the 10th anniversary of the 7/7 London bombings, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan Howe tells BBC London 94.9's Breakfast Show there is always a chance of another attack by terrorists in the capital. He says we have to act together to make sure they don't succeed. #7/7Autor: BBC Radio London News
 
A public ballot has been launched to allow 8000 people to attend the Battle of the Somme centenary event in a year's time. The ceremony in France takes place on July 1st next year. The Government is also allocating a further four-million pounds to the Heritage Lottery Fund so communities can explore and share local connections to the First World Wa…
 
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has now spent three years inside the Ecuadoran embassy in London. Mr Assange, who denies allegations he sexually assaulted two women in Sweden, faces arrest if he leaves the building. It's thought the cost of providing a 24 hour police presence has now past 10 million pounds. One of Julian Assange's most vocal suppo…
 
Maida Vale Station on the Bakerloo Line is celebrating its 100th birthday. When it opened, on June 6th 1915, it was staffed entirely by women. They were filling the roles left open by the departure of men to the Fronts of World War One. Celebrations have been taking place at the station and BBC London 94.9's David Friend was invited.…
 
It's 100 years since London first came under attack from the air. On the evening of May 31st 1915 an incendiary bomb was dropped, from a German Zeppelin airship, onto the roof of a home in Stoke Newington. Hackney Council has now unveiled a new plaque at the site of the incident. BBC London 94.9's David Friend went there to find out more... #WW1 #W…
 
Widely practiced in the American South before the Civil War, Sacred Harp singing has crossed the pond and is becoming more popular here in London. The name comes from the title of the book from which the songs are sung. The notes are shapes which help the singers read music. To find out more, BBC London 94.9's David Friend took a trip to St George'…
 
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week.. On Saturday May 16th a charity walk's taking place through London with the aim of ending the stigma of mental illness. Walking Out of Darkness is organised by suicide prevention charity Clasp. BBC London 94.9's David Friend has been finding out more from Clasp's CEO Kenny Johnston... http://www.claspchari…
 
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