Bringing you the most Londony shows on TV and radio over the coming week. But mostly Monday. Everything's on Monday.
Influenced By Banksy (Radio 4, 11.00-11.30) The most talked about al fresco adornments since 'Luther1517' tagged a certain church door in Wittenberg? Or an overhyped overcoat of aerosol wankspatter? The debate about Banksy continues in the medium least equipped to discuss high-impact visual arts.
Click On (Radio 4) Using computer modelling to ease congestion at Oxford Circus. Wonder if they considered our suggestion of levelling Niketown and H&M.
Grimefighters (ITV1, 19.30-20.00) 'Extreme' cleaners take on a bathroom in North London that resembles a giant cat litter.
Lady In The Mask - 10 Years On: Tonight (ITV1, 20.00-20.30) Clumsily titled documentary catching up with Pam Warren, who nearly lost her life in the Ladbroke Grove rail crash 10 years ago. The physical scars have mostly vanished, but can she escape the horrific memories?
Afternoon Play: Dickens Confidential (Radio 4, 14.15-15.00) Crime drama told through the eyes of newspaper editor Charles Dickens.
Vice Squad (FIVE, 19.00-20.00) Where the long arm of the law slaps down the pork truncheon of Soho debauchery. Or some such.
Oliver Twist (C4, 19.30-20.00) Passable Roman Polanski version of the Dickensian classic, starring Ben Kingsley as Nancy. No, wait...