Rehana Popal is the only female Afghan barrister in the country, and says that clients told her they wanted someone white "because the judge will believe them".
She's one of the world's most loved children's illustrators and has taken generations of us on a bear hunt before bed. Helen Oxenbury, who's still working at the age of 80 has been telling Wendy Hurrell how living in north London was a source of inspiration for one of her most famous books.
A huge tribute to the fallen has been unveiled at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park called Shrouds of the Somme. The 72,396 tiny figures each represent a serviceman who died in the battle but who has no known grave. They're the work of just one artist who has spent five years producing every single one. Clinton Rogers explains.
Paraplegic athlete Justin Levene arrived at London Luton airport but his wheelchair was left behind by the airline. Staff offered him a chair which he couldn't push himself, so he decided to pull himself through the airport on the floor using his hands.
Could this be the future of travel in London? Electric scooters aren't allowed on public roads, but the Olympic park is being used as a testing ground for safely using them.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. This is the remarkable story of a soldier who twice survived being gassed by the Germans but at the end of the war, Jimmy Seed was told he wasn't fit enough to continue his career as a footballer. He didn't let that deter him though and as Chris Slegg reports he went on to become a true London football legend.
"I just didn’t think it could happen to me" - That was the first thing a 29 year-old Londoner says she thought when she was diagnosed with incurable lung cancer as it often affects older people. Now, just over seven months on, she's hoping to change perceptions of the disease. It's also lung cancer awareness month. Caroline Davies has been to meet her.
West Green Road in Haringey is London's 'unhealthiest' High Street according to the Royal Society for Public Health. But just 3.5 miles down the road in the same borough, is the 'healthiest'. Why? Video Journalist: Jamie Moreland
The Duchess of Cambridge has made a special, 'personal' visit to the Imperial War Museum where she was shown letters relating to relatives who'd fought and died in the First World War. They makeup a collection of documents which charts what life was like in the trenches for thousands of soldiers. Helen Drew went to Lambeth.
As an event, there's one which attracts some of the biggest names in British fashion. But the models showing off the designer coats have four legs and a tail. It's because this event is for Battersea Dogs and Cats Home and Alice Bhandhukravi has more on it.