Bringing you the most Londony shows on TV and radio over the coming week.
Inside Out (BBC1, 19.30-20.00) The local magazine programme looks at the 'futuristic' driverless cabs 'set to revolutionise' Heathrow Airport.
University Challenge (BBC2, 20.00-20.30) Imperial College bid for a place in the quarter finals, but first have to get past St Hugh's College, Oxford.
Our Mutual Friend (Radio 4, 19.45-20.00) Radio adaptation of Dickens' most London-filled novel continues with part 16. Further installments each night at the same time.
Shaun of the Dead (ITV1, 22.35-00.25) Another chance to see Simon Pegg's London suburban zom-com.
The Choice (Radio 4, 21.00-21.30) Micael Buerke investigates the Baby P case, and who blew the whistle on Haringey Council.
Real Crime: Bombers on the Run (ITV1, 22.35-23.35) Documentary looking at the police operation in London to capture the would-be-bombers of 21 July 2005.
In Living Memory (Radio 4, 11.00-11.30) The Moorgate train crash of 1975.
Spooks (BBC1, 21.00-22.00) More London-based espionage.
The House That Jazz Built (Radio 4, 11.00-11.30) Paul Merton dips into legendary jazz venue Ronnie Scott's.
The Culture Show (BBC2, 19.00-20.00) Highlights of the new medieval and Rennaissance galleries at the V&A.
Live UEFA Europa Cup Football (FIVE, 19.30-22.10) Fulham take on CSKA Sofia as they attempt to reach the knockout stage.
Wonderland: The Trouble With Mother (BBC2, 21.50-22.30) The bizarre story of the robot repairman and his elderly mother who lives in a clutter-crammed South London house.
Lives in a Landscape (Radio 4, 11.00-11.30) Two BMX-obsessed brothers exchange life on a London council estate for an elite cycling academy.
Happy-Go-Lucky (21.00-23.20) Smashing Mike Leigh film about a cheery Londoner and her menacing driving instructor.