All the most Londony shows on TV and radio this week.
Inside Out (BBC1, 19.30-20.00) Looking back to the Trafalgar Square poll tax riots of 20 years ago.
A Good Read (Radio 4, 16.30-17.00) Wellcome Collection curator Ken Arnold discusses his favourite book.
Afternoon Play: Shakespeare's Vortigern and Rowena (Radio 4, 14.15-15.00) It's 1796 and Richard Sheridan prepares to put on a production of a lost Shakespeare Play at Drury Lane Theatre.
When the Olympic Come to Town (BBC1, 19.30-20.00) Documentary about London's development for the 2012 Olympics.
Material World (Radio 4, 16.30-17.00) Quentin Cooper investigates whether we really need traffic lights. A London study suggests that they may cause more delays and accidents than in their absence.
Building the Ultimate (FIVE, 19.30-20.00) Much of this instalment concerns itself with the construction of Wembley Stadium.
Hate Against Hope (Radio 4, 20.00-21.00) How the multi-ethnic denizens of the East End have countered racism, from the Cable Street clashes of the 1930s to troubles with the National Front in the 1970s.