The most Londony shows on TV and radio this week.
A History of the World in 100 objects (Radio 4, 19.45-20.00) The Lachish Reliefs, from the British Museum.
Inside Out (BBC1, 19.30-20.00) The local magazine show looks at why London living is so expensive despite the comparatively cramped conditions, and how Kew thrives during the cold winter months.
University Challenge (BBC2, 20.30-21.00) Imperial College clash with Emmanuel College Cambridge in the quarter final tie.
Tower Block of Commons (C4, 21.00-22.00) More shouty insights into life on a housing estate, as seen through the eyes of ensconced politicians. Like I'm a Celebrity... with more worms.
The Tribes of Science (Radio 4, 15.45-16.00) What's it like to be a zoologist at ZSL London Zoo.?
A History of the World in 100 objects (Radio 4, 19.45-20.00) A black sphinx, in the collections of the British Museum.
The Brit Awards (ITV1, 20.00-22.00) The music awards ceremony comes from Earl's Court and is hosted by Peter Kay.
UEFA Cup Football (ITV1, 19.30-22.00) FC Porto take on Arsenal in this last-16 match.
A History of the World in 100 objects (Radio 4, 19.45-20.00) A Chinese ritual bowl, at the British Museum
A History of the World in 100 objects (Radio 4, 19.45-20.00) Ancient Peruvian textiles, from the British Museum.
The Great Offices of State (BBC4, 21.00-22.00) Michael Cockerell wanders around the Foreign Office.
A History of the World in 100 objects (Radio 4, 19.45-20.00) A gold coin of Croesus, from the British Museum
The Virtual Revolution (BBC2, 20.15-21.15) Aleks Krotoski investigates the effects of the web on the way we think, tapping into a UCL study and speaking to neuroscientist, Baroness, and former head of the Royal Institution Susan Greenfield.