London Travel News 01/10/2011
Artist Serena Korda creates exhibition of dirt
Korda's work, consisting of 500 handmade bricks containing UK clay and more, will appear as part of an exhibition called Dirt: the filthy reality of everyday life — to be hosted at the Wellcome Collection in London from 24 March to 31 August.
London cycle hire: mapping a million journeys
The latest London cycle hire data gives a unique insight into how people use their Boris bikes.
Unusual British exports
Some people love London so much, they'll put pieces of it just about anywhere.
Tube strike threat on royal wedding day
London Underground drivers could strike on 29 April, the day of the royal wedding at Westminster Abbey, in a row over bank holiday pay.
Bullitt director Peter Yates dies at 81
One of Britain's greatest film directors, with hits like Bullitt, Breaking Away, The Dresser and Summer Holiday, has died.
EDF to rename London Eye
To be fair, "Merlin Entertainments" didn't have much of a ring to it, either.
Scenes of December 2010: Dusk and dawn
British photographs featuring winter wildlife at dawn and dusk.
The Lion King sets West End record for ticket sales
The Lion King musical has set a record for the highest takings in West End history for the second year in a row.
Twitter plea missing girl Serena Beakhurst found
.A missing 14-year-old girl from London whose plight was highlighted by celebrities on Twitter has been found.
In pictures: great British adventurers
Last week, climber Joe Brown, nicknamed the 'human fly', was made a CBE. Here's a look at some of the most intrepid adventurers to hail from Britain.
- Royal wedding details revealed
Mozart’s music to be played on the London Underground
As a part of BBC Radio 3's Genius of Mozart season, members of the BBC Symphony Orchestra were among the musicians performing/busking at Canary Wharf, Bank, Waterloo and Liverpool Street Tube stations.