Bringing you the most Londony shows on TV over the coming week.
Moses Jones (BBC2, 21.00-22.00) Final part of the gritty London-based drama.
Whitechapel (ITV1, 21.00-22.00) Can the plod catch the copycat Ripper before he re-enacts the final and most grisly atrocity? Will modern sleuthing techniques succeed where Victorian efforts failed? And who knew that Lincoln's Inn conceals a royal barracks? The geographically flawed but compelling whodunit concludes.
Brit Awards (ITV1, 20.00-22.00) Take That versus Coldplay versus Radiohead for best British Act, Kylie presenting with U2 providing live music. There's something very old school about this year's ceremony from Earl's Court.
Minder (FIVE, 21.00-22.00) The maligned next-generation wheeler dealers work their way through the contemporary London cliche catalog by selling on a Banksy mural to turn a profit. No, really. Next week, Archie organises a naked flashmob Flickr hunt in a disused Shoreditch warehouse. Possibly.
Chelsea Pensioners: Once a Soldier (BBC1, 19.00-19.30) Documentary about those wonderful old gents in red jackets.
Vera Drake (C4, 21.00-23.25) Everyone's favourite film about illegal abortion in London. Unless you favour 10 Rillington Place.