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Love London uncovers hidden gems, guided by an experienced London taxi driver and respected 'Knowledge of London' tutor, as well as a youthful Londoner seeking to learn more about her city. We'll hear from local historians and discover more about London's famous landmarks. With almost every London Street having a story behind it, there are surprising revelations along the way.

Love London is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 2015.

Love London is available for streaming on the Total Content Digital website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Love London on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon online.

Total Content Digital
1 Season, 6 Episodes
January 1, 2015
Cast: Olivia Cox, Derek O'Reilly
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Love London Full Episode Guide

  • Covent Garden is an area of London buzzing with excitement. We interview our local historian in The Royal Opera House, feature the Savoy hotel with an exclusive interview with the butler, visit the home of Benjamin Franklin, and explore the wonders and history of the National Portrait gallery which first opened in 1856.

  • Clerkenwell is a former monastic settlement located between the city of London and King's Cross with a very diverse history. In this episode we visit Museum of the order of St. John whose history dates back to the 12 century. We visit Smithfield to uncover Clerkenwell's fascinating history. We uncover the world first flyover.

  • Holborn & Bloomsbury has a history that dates back over 700 years. We visit 48 Doughty Street the home of Charles Dickens and call into the London Silver Vaults the largest stockist of silver in the world. We discover the colourful history of the Foundling museum dating back over 250 years. Lastly to tempt your taste buds we visit Le Cordon Bleu one of the UK's leading schools in culinary arts.

  • Marylebone & Fitzrovia is an area adjacent to London's Oxford Street. Be amazed by the Wallace collection that houses one of the greatest art collections in the world. We visit Wigmore Hall that specialises in chamber music and song. We interview the head concierge at the Hyatt hotel in their famous Churchill bar that was designed with Winston Churchill and his wife Clementine in mind.

  • Southwark forms one of the oldest parts of London and fronts the River Thames to the north. We visit Southwark Cathedral where it is said to have been a church since AD606. We delve into Borough market showcasing the diverse speciality food. We tour the Golden Hinde, a full sized replica of the 16th century ship that Sir Frances Drake used to circumnavigate the globe between 1577 and 1580.

  • Mayfair houses the largest concentration of five star hotels in the capital. We begin in Browns Hotel where Rudyard Kipling wrote Jungle book. We then set off for St George's church in Hanover square where Theodore Roosevelt and many others married. We also visit the home of Handel & Jimi Hendrix and discover the Royal Institute where Michael Faraday's discoveries have shaped the modern world.