G360gle Road Trip

G360gle Road Trip
This Friday the London360 team was invited to the headquarters of Google UK in Notting Hill Gate for a day of insight presentations, project updates, a fully-fledged tour, as well as the opportunity to try their oh-so-famous ‘Google food’! Work Ethic Google is well known worldwide as one of the best places to work as...

Religion Segment: Paganism

Religion Segment: Paganism
Often demonised throughout history it is no wonder that the word ‘pagan’ in the urban language is a term used to denounce someone. Meeting with Christina Oakley-Harrington, the proprietor of the esoteric bookshop ‘Treadwell’s,’ I learned more about what being a pagan truly means beyond the bastardisation of the word in colloquialisms. Entering the bookshop...

No Frauds: No Fear or No Taste? 

No Frauds: No Fear or No Taste? 
Nicki Minaj has caused a backlash amongst Londoners with the release of her latest music video for her slick new tune No Frauds. Unlike the usual outrage found with Minaj – the way she’s dressed or her brash demeanor, this time Nicki has caused controversy by releasing her video despite the fact it was shot...

London ranked 16th for the best place for millennials to live in the world

London ranked 16th for the best place for millennials to live in the world
According to the London Evening Standard, London has been ranked 16th in a global league table of the best places for millennials to live in. I put out a request on twitter asking millennials how they feel about this ranking and this is the response that I received:      Overall, I think it is...

Last Night with Tchaikovsky at The Royal Festival Hall

Last Night with Tchaikovsky at The Royal Festival Hall
The evening of the 6th of April will forever be imprinted on my mind. Taking a taxi to The Royal Festival Hall the peach rays of spring sunset painted Buckingham Palace and Big Ben. I fell in love with London all over again. We took our seats in The Royal Festival Hall to watch  the...

Religion Segment: The Baha’i

Religion Segment: The Baha’i
The religion segment pieces will be centred on what I encounter on my journey of discovering religions in London. As part of series 12 I will be both presenting and co-producing our Religion Special. It has been, thus far, an enlightening experience, and I hope to share through my articles what I have learned with...

News: Westminster Terror Attack

News: Westminster Terror Attack
Yesterday London faced a terror attack. Parliament was in lock-down when a car driving across Westminster Bridge purposefully swerved into pedestrians, mowing them down until it reached the Houses of Parliament. One victim was thrown from the bridge into the Thames, but was later rescued. The attacker then left the vehicle running towards Parliament. Despite...

Then and Now: London’s Historic Tech

Then and Now: London’s Historic Tech
London is loaded with unknown and unspoken historic technology. It is almost alarming how long you can live in the city without knowing how some of its most iconic structures use tech to function. It is also fascinating to discover the ways in which some technology has adapted to changing times. To find out more...

Young Money Break Old Records

Young Money Break Old Records
The Young Money crew are back breaking all the records. Drake and Nicki Minaj have owned the entertainment news this week, after both made music history. This comes as a result of both artists releasing new music; Drake with playlist album More Life, and Niki with her latest tracks No Frauds, Regret in Your Tears and Changed...

THISISWIRED ACCESS ALL AREAS GIG FT. SHAKKA

THISISWIRED ACCESS ALL AREAS GIG FT. SHAKKA
At the King’s Head in Shoreditch the evening of Monday 13th March saw thisisWIRED hold an underground gig, “Access all Areas”. It was an unforgettable night with performances from Ashnikko, Ruby Francis, Blue Lab Beats, Chris Loco and headliner Shakka. Producer, singer and songwriter Ruby Francis is one artist to watch out for with her...