Sorry Graham Chapman. Being the fake son of God isn’t good enough.
50 pieces of trivia and philosophy are dotted around the Park.
Edith Garrud honoured with a commemorative plaque.
He may or may not have invented the shopping trolley.
Minor victory in the war on metal thieves.
A much-loved London website gets a relaunch.
Is this the inspiration behind the foul-mouthed priest, Father Jack Hackett, from Father Ted?
A Victorian-era house from Highgate has been recreated, brick by brick, on the shores of the Arabian Sea.
If we had a nickel for every blog post (even books) urging us to look up above eye level in London, we’d have…well, whatever a nickel is worth, times about a thousand. But all clichés have some truth to them. One place where it’s easy …
“Try stealing me.” London’s battle with the burglars of bronze took a sad blow last week as a couple of memorials to fallen World War soldiers and civilians were taken from a monument in Broomfield Park, Enfield. The alloy is much prized on the scrap …
Image / Père Ubu A Heritage Foundation plaque in honour of Wendy Richards, who memorably portrayed Albert Square’s battle-hardened harridan Pauline Fowler for years, has been unveiled. What with the frequent delays on the District line to Walford East, the plaque was instead mounted in …