Всички публикации в категория BGM TV, London
Crossrail design line: stations, art and public space on the Elizabeth line
This short animation was produced for Crossrail’s Design line exhibition at London Transport Museum. The video gives future passengers a first look at five of the new Elizabeth line stations being constructed by Crossrail Ltd.
Crossrail railway systems: Platform screen doors installed at Tottenham Court Road
Crossrail are installing floor-to-ceiling platforms screen doors at each of the eight new underground stations on the Elizabeth line – that’s roughly 4 kilometers of platform edge screens in total. These are a critical safety feature for our stations. They provide a physical barrier between the platform and the track, ensuring that passengers are not […]
Tube Map on a aerial shot of London – Totally mesmerising
Martin Bangratz saw DJ Santero’s pictures taken from a plane over London and was inspired to add the Underground map! With the praise from others on twitter he then added some additional lines. As one person put it the result is totally mesmerising! We report on one example of the power of the internet!
Moving Ahead May 2018: Crossrail’s quarterly update
Welcome to the May 2018 edition of Moving Ahead. This update is issued to keep you informed about progress on the Crossrail project.
Laku Davies, Instagrammer and Photographer | S1E4 Londoners I’ve Met podcast
In this episode, I sit down with Laku Davies, a professional photographer and Instagrammer. With over 33,000 followers on her account @lakudavies, she shares stunning photos of London landscapes and architecture, as well as photos from around the world when she travels. She was named as one of The 50 Best London Instagram Accounts To […]
Crossrail infrastructure testing: First footage of new Elizabeth line train being tested in tunnels
First footage from inside the cab of a new Class 345 Elizabeth line train as it undertakes one of hundreds of test runs in tunnels underneath London.
Behind the scenes of Fortnum & Mason
Step behind the scenes of one of London’s most prestigious institutions: Fortnum & Mason. Why does Mr Fortnum bear a candelabrum on the store’s clock? What was the first product sold in the store? And why are Heinz baked beans so important? Archivist Dr Tanner reveals some of the department store’s little-known secrets, secrets that […]
Upskirting happened to me and now I’m fighting to change the law
Gina Martin was at a festival when a man took a photograph up her skirt and shared it with his friends. When the police told her they could not do anything because upskirting was not a crime, she started a campaign. This is how a 26-year-old woman with no legal or political experience is trying […]
London Clapham Walking Tour
Britain’s largest – built 1851. Oscar Wilde served first 6 months of his sentence here before moving to Reading. Clapham Junction Station 1838 – It was signal box and then grew to be busiest in the world (not anymore). Man on the Clapham Omnibus – Used by a judge in 19th Century because Clapham was […]
Lord Mayor Charles Bowman interviews Mark Hoban on trust
The Lord Mayor of London, Charles Bowman, has spoken to former City Minister, and head of the International Regulatory Strategy Group, Mark Hoban about the importance of trust. This forms a part of the Lord Mayor’s Business of Trust Programme.
Treasury Financial Secretary Mel Stride – make sure you claim your Marriage Allowance
The Marriage Allowance is a tax break for couples who are married or in a civil partnership. To find out more and apply, visit: https://www.gov.uk/marriage-allowance
Tackling rough sleeping in London
Find out what we’re doing, and how you can help: London.gov.uk/homelessness