Zaro is an average student who came here to study Film Production. But when she puts her mask on, nothing stops her from climbing highest buildings, riding on the outside of fastest trains and exploring deepest undergrounds. Right now, I am going to see for myself how is it to be a part of this high-risk subculture climbing with Zaro to one of the skyscrapers in Central London. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nQ0zX8pH5g
Being a student in London is tough. Sure there’s the nightlife, restaurants, galleries and more - but how are you supposed to enjoy any of it when you’ve got no money? Back in 2010, the NUS published figures indicating that the average annual cost of living for a student in London was £13,388. And with inflation, this number will only have gone up. So what did UCL student Claude De Rijke-Thomas do when the contract for his student house in Camden expired back in June? Naturally, he started renting a boat. “Everyone from the house had different ideas and different budgets so, and this sounds really strange and crazy, I kind of wanted to live either on a boat or up a tree.” De Rijke Thomas said, enthusiastically, “I do a lot of climbing so I thought it might be feasible living in
Words and video: Haonan Yuan | Yujia Yang A London animal welfare charity is bringing festive cheer to our best friend in the capital. Battersea Dogs and Cats Home hopes to give people and their lovely companions a Christmas to remember with Carol concert, meanwhile, finds warm homes for strays in their shelter. Voice of London talks to the charity's dogs rehoming team leader and reviews what they have done in 2017.
Weather conditions this weekend have finally brought the true Christmas spirit in town. In fact, this is the “first snow” in London in almost five years. But is the country ready for the recent changes in climate? As families and especially children enjoy the landmarks covered with snow, the intense weather has caused complete misery for thousands of people across the UK. The extremely unusual weather was the cause of many disruptions for citizens and businesses over this weekend and continue to do so on Monday. Jim Dale, Owner and Senior Meteorological Consultant at British Weather Services told the Voice of London: “Not just this weekend, but in general anyway, for every drop of rain, for every flake of snow, for every breath of the wind, for every rise and fall in the termometre