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13:14, 22 SEP 2017
LAMDA through the years: A look at some of the actors and actresses who studied at the world-leading drama school before finding fame
After the drama school invited members of the public to look at its new £28.2m extension in Hammersmith, we look back at some famous alumni
Winding your way down on Baker Street: Historic images of famous London road released
As major works get under way, see the road as it looked in the 1860s
Baker Street roadworks aiming to improve traffic and safety in world famous tourist hotspot
The work is expected to be completed by early 2019
In the News
Creative map highlights London's lesser known sights and celebrates the spirit of the capital
If you are stuck for something to do over the weekend, this map may just have your answer
Oscars 2017: As Dev Patel goes for Academy Award glory take a look at other stars from west London who conquered Hollywood
Take a look at some of the stars who made their mark on Hollywood's biggest night
15 west London places you didn't know were in your favourite movies
You might be surprised by how many of these places you've seen on the big screen
Churchill and Holmes as you've never seen before ahead of London Fashion Week
These statues and others had their nails painted in bright colours ahead of London Fashion Week
London Fire Brigade
Meet London Fire Brigade’s firefighting dogs who sniff out causes of fires
They may look like any other dog you see on the street, but these pooches have a very special talent!
Kensington Odeon campaigners take 25,000 strong petition to Whitehall
Watch as dozens of protesters gathered in Westminster to keep Kensington Odeon cinema open
Theatre Royal Windsor
Sherlock Holmes and the Ripper Murders is "refreshingly different"
Theatre reviewer Barry Dix reviews Sherlock Holmes and the Ripper Murders at The Theatre Royal, Windsor
Benedict Cumberbatch back on screens with Sherlock special
Benedict Cumberbatch is returning later this year in a TV special tipped to include a trip back in time to Victorian London
Steven Moffat appointed OBE in Queen's Birthday Honours list
Television writer Steven Moffat has been included in the Queen's latest Birthday Honours list
Sherlock Holmes stories author to sign books in Waterstones
The author described the new Sherlock Holmes stories as having "more violence" but being "faithful to original works"
Made in Chelsea
Made in Chelsea siblings have most desirable flat on TV
Louise and Sam Thompson's two-bedroom Chelsea home is what people want their flat to look like
Kensington-born Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch 'knocked for six' by Oscar nomination
His Imitation Game co-star Keira Knightley from nearby Teddington has also received an Oscar nomination.
Kensington heartthrob Benedict Cumberbatch gets engaged to Hammersmith girlfriend
Benedict Cumberbatch's engagement to Sophie Hunter will dash many girls' hopes today
This week's films: Turtle-recall as heroes in a half shell return
Thinking of going to the cinema this weekend? Our reviewer Graham Young gives his verdict on the latest releases, including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles starring Megan Fox.
Harrow on the Hill couple sought by cruise ship 'meet and greeter' whose watch fell into their car boot
Port worker Paul Maleski is trying to trace memento timepiece that he accidentally lost in cruise ship couple's silver BMW
Burlington Danes Academy
Gallery: Little Red Riding Hood and Sherlock Holmes kick off World Book Day
From Coraline to Where's Wally there was a mixed array of characters to celebrate World Book Day today (March 6) at Burlington Danes Academy.
Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch among celebrities auctioning hats for the homeless
A host of celebrities are selling hats on eBay to raise money for Hammersmith homeless charity, St Mungo's
Thiller is perfect fix for spy fans suffering Sherlock withdrawal symptoms
Ciphers is an intricately plotted Russian doll of a play, which leaves you guessing long after the curtain falls
Pupils dress up for historical 'London day'
All age groups from Oldfield Primary School participated in Roman London workshops
Raising a laugh is elementary for Joe Pasquale
JOE Pasquale has been in showbusiness for more than 25 years, but he remains a box office draw.
Retro: How Ealing shaped acclaimed playwright
ONE of the quietest corners of the borough, Perivale was also the birthplace of acclaimed playwright, screenwriter and novelist Derek Marlowe.