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BLOOD: Today's opportunities to donate blood are the Brewers Hall in the City of London and Freemasons Hall in Covent Garden. Free, see site for terms and conditions
CHRISTMAS MARKETS: Find a festive market near you and pick up some presents while scoffing a mince pie.
SKATING: Seasonal skating is GO (or GO, WOBBLE, STOP, CLING TO SIDE, SKID, TOPPLE OVER depending on your aptitude). Check out our round-up of all the pop up ice rinks in London here.
PECKHAM LIT: Starting this week is the Peckham Literary Festival with spoken word, book readings and poetry nights. £3 per event, prebook, until 1 December
DIGESTION: Learn about what goes on inside your body after scoffing that dinner down, at The Science of Digestion at Kia Oval. Free, prebook, 2-5pm
SCIENCE ART: The Art of Medicine: Self-Portrait without Breasts at St George’s, University of London presents poet Clare Best’s personal journey through preventive double mastectomy. Free, prebook, 6pm
ENGLAND: Acclaimed photographer Anna Fox gives an insight into the Science Museum's Only in England exhibition from the perspective of her own practice of exploring custom, leisure and the eccentricities of human behaviour. £8/£5, prebook, 6.30pm
HISTORY: The London History Festival has three days left. Tonight historian Antonia Fraser discusses the human and political drama of the events surrounding the Reform Bill of 1832 (£5/£3, 7pm). Until 28 November
FACE: How much, if anything, can you tell about a person from their facial features? A PubSci talk at the Prince William Henry Pub on Blackfriars Bridge Road sees Wellcome Library's Daniel Rees talk about the history of face reading. Free, just turn up, 7pm
INSPIRATION: Crowd Talks is at The Book Club in Shoreditch to discuss creative inspiration, where we find it and its influence. £3.30, prebook, 7-9pm
FESTIVE TRASH: The Duke Mitchell Film Club at The Phoenix Artist Club focuses on Christmas trailer trash tonight. Free, just turn up, from 7pm (screening start at 8pm)
RIOTS: STRIKE! magazine presents a screening of Riots Reframed, a feature-length documentary which reframes England’s 2011 riots through voices of resistance. At Whirled Cinema in Lambeth. £3, prebook, 7.30pm
DOC: DocHouse presents New Life of a Family Album at Riverside Studios in Hammersmith — a personal memoir of a filmmaker who questions the nature of family after his father leaves. £8.50/£7.50, prebook, 8pm
FILM: Dummy Jim is a film, based on a true story, about one deaf man’s 3,000 mile cycle trip from Scotland to the Arctic Circle and it screens tonight at Oval Space. £5, prebook, 8pm
MISOGYNIST FILM: Isy Suttie presents The Three Amigos as part of the Misogynist Film Club (a feminist celebration of the terrible portrayal of women in cinema) at JW3 in Finchley. £10/£5, prebook, 8.30pm
Good Cause of the Day
The London Community Foundation is a grant-making trust that acts as the meeting point for donors and local charities in London – ensuring that the money goes to where it’s most needed, to improve the lives of London’s most disadvantaged. It has 25 spaces left in the 2014 London Marathon so if you want to support it and think you're up to the challenge, then apply today. Applications close 29 November.
London Connection Puzzle
Congratulations to Dave Brown, who once again successfully guessed last week's connection. The clues were JOHN BETJEMAN, WILLIAM WEBB ELLIS, MICHAEL BALCON and JEREMY BENTHAM. The solution is that all of these famous people have London pubs named after them — respectively in St Pancras, Twickenham, Ealing and Fitzrovia. Dave will set this week's puzzle, which begins tomorrow.
London Weather by Inclement Attlee
Today's weather is more boring than Norman Boreman driving a Crossrail tunnel boring machine from West Borewood to Borington-on-Sea, with an overnight stay in Birmingham. There really is an exceptional amount of nothing much happening today. In fact, here's a picture of Buzz Killington, who's a power of ten more interesting than today's forecast.