I was recently invited to take part in a CNN Open Day in partnership with the Creative Diversity Network. Want to know what it's like to spend a day in a world renowned newsroom? Read on!
The European Refugee Crisis is never far from the news. I travelled to East Dulwich to find out how The Bike Project can provide a lifeline to those who need it the most.
We've often heard about red-carpet events in entertainment & showbiz...but what about for sport? I went to Sports Aid's Annual Sports Ball to find out about the challenges for up-and-coming athletes and how they overcome them with the help of the charity.
Halfway through the 6 month traineeship at London360, I was introduced to 30 young people who would be joining us at Media Trust for 6 weeks of fast-track training for TV, Radio and print journalism: Multi-Media Genius Training. As they reach the end of their time with us, I reflect on some of the highlights.
Mini Holland is a cycle-friendly scheme that is being rolled out across 3 London boroughs - Walthamstow, Enfield and Kingston. I spoke to supporters and skeptics to find why there is such widespread controversy surrounding its implementations and the advantages it could bring to the area.
Open House London, The capital's largest architectural festival, took place this September, featuring a range of properties open to the public for free, from 18th century Victorian grand houses, to 21st century cutting-edge builds. I went to the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea to sample just 3 of the buildings that were on display this year.
According to OFSTED, "British values" are characterised by democracy, the rule of law, individual freedom and respect and tolerance. But, for journalist Kieran Yates, the meaning of the term is much more sinister.
The Memory Walk at the Tower of London took place on September 5th, raising money and awareness of the impact of Alzheimers on the lives of those diagnosed and their families.
The London360 reporters' hard work researching and preparing a potential radio news feature culminated in the first visit to BBC Broadcasting House in Oxford Circus. Here I talk about how I found the experience and the lessons I learned from it.
Ever wondered what it's like to get a glimpse into the world of Google and its subsidiary company YouTube? London360 went to the headquarters in London to find out more about the office culture and to uncover any myths about the organisation.