We sit down for a quick-fire Q&A with broadcasting legend Sir Michael Parkinson ahead of his appearance at Kingston's Rose Theatre on September 11 more

18 Jul 2017 15:08 Interviews

With the General Election just around the corner, William Gadsby Peet invites the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat candidates for the constituency of Windsor to make their case... more

22 May 2017 17:23 News

It’s the first phase of a £9 billion redevelopment. Sophie Farrah explores the menu at Battersea’s Circus West Village more

22 May 2017 15:35 Food

Beware the polls of June. They may tell a deceptive tale more

19 May 2017 15:16 News

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As Teddington Parish gears up to celebrate its 800th birthday, event organiser Anne McTear outlines what’s in store more

19 May 2017 12:16 News

June heralds National Volunteer Week. Sophie Farrah revisits the lovely London Wetland Centre and meets some of the willing souls who give up their time to run it more

19 May 2017 10:44 News

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As The Ivy opens a new café in Richmond, Sophie Farrah explores the 100-year history of the world-famous celebrity restaurant that oozes theatreland glamour more

21 Apr 2017 16:47 Food

Businesswoman, campaigner, friend. Sarah Tucker interviews her long-time pal and the woman who took the Government to court over Brexit more

27 Mar 2017 11:50 Interviews

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He is part of the broadcasting aristocracy. But John Humphrys has a charitable eye on the poor. Ahead of a talk in Epsom this month, Emily Horton hears his thoughts on Today and hopes for tomorrow more

15 Mar 2017 11:41 Interviews

After an arduous two years of negotiations, residents of Guildford have cause to celebrate as local organisation the Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM) succeeded in its bid to take over the Electric Theatre. more

10 Jan 2017 14:49 News

Charotte's Web, are an online jewellery boutique based in Farnham, Surrey. The boutique currently has an offer to support the Charity I Am Rupert – the son of founder Charlotte's childhood friend. more

5 Jan 2017 15:31 News

Recent restrictions on access to Surbiton Crescent, and the resulting penalty charges – reaching a mind boggling £500,000 between 14th and 20th Nov - have had locals up in arms. more

5 Jan 2017 12:59 News

You can’t beat a good fire. But sometimes it can leave you cold more

4 Jan 2017 10:17 News

Three schools from Surrey & SW London (Teddington, Tiffin and LEH) were finalists in a GSK competition to find a theoretical cure to malaria, with Teddington School finishing runners up. more

1 Dec 2016 15:37 Kids/Schools

A co-ordinated partnership of Mole Valley’s Neighbourhood police team, Mole Valley District Council’s parking enforcement officers and the DVLA will be working together on a joint enforcement day across the district to reduce anti-social parking. more

30 Nov 2016 11:13 News

Conservation and protection charity, Friends of Richmond Park, is leading the clarion call against a new development in Stratford that has destroyed the historic view from King Henry's Mound in Richmond Park to St Paul's Cathedral. more

21 Nov 2016 16:51 News

TV and radio presenter Nicholas Owen helps open the newly-refurbished reception area and outpatients wing of Spire Gatwick Park Hospital in Horley more

18 Nov 2016 12:12 News

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It's not your typical night in the pub; watch the rugby, have a beer ... start an amateur dramatic troupe! Born in a boozer, 'The Thursday Night Project' proved a multi award-winning success at the 58th Woking Drama Festival. more

17 Oct 2016 15:11 News

Parking trouble in paradise? Blame the National Trust. Richard Nye dissects the madness of automated parking systems with his usual wry humour, literary panache and righteous indignation more

13 Sep 2016 15:46 News 1 Comments

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