A series of interviews offering an intimate view of a city people have made their home.
We ask a number of people with connections to London to take us somewhere that's special to them and to talk about the city and their relationship with it.
We hand over the microphone to our guests to talk about their London, the bits they love and hate, their memories, and how it's affected their personal story.
We will hear from a variety of people - some of whom were born here, some who have adopted the city, some famous and some not.
Our guests are invited to choose for themselves what they wish to speak about and they include:
Author Tracy Chevalier speaks to us from Highgate Cemetery - the setting of her book Falling Angels
Andrew Lloyd Webber talks to us from inside one of London's historic churches
Jerry Springer talks to us from his childhood home in Hampstead where he grew up as a refugee from Nazi Germany
Benoit Assou-Ekotto - Spurs footballer talks about travelling the London Underground
Stephen Fry walking through St James's tells us why it is really a little village
Presented by Lawrence Pollard