Nearly there, just a few hours 'til the weekend. We hope you're planning to spend 30 minutes of that time with us.
We start tonight's show with a positive spin on a tragic tale. You'll remember promising young footballer Kiyan Prince. He died after being stabbed outside his school gates. Since then his father's devoted himself to honouring Kiyan's memory. With the help of London Tonight he's put together a charity record, a tribute to his son. Not only to raise money to try and keep youngsters off the streets but also to raise awareness of the problems today's city kids face. Kiyan's story is, unfortunately, not a unique one. We also speak to the mother of Gavin Brown. He was also just a teenager when he was stabbed in the neck with a commando knife. He also lost his life.
In the studio - a group of teenagers determined to reverse this trend. They're members of Urban Voice an initiative which tries to get young people OUT of gangs and INTO the music industry. We'll be talking to them about their take on recent events and how making music has helped them keep out of trouble.
Also....Have you got a garden at the front of your house or flat ? Or have you had it paved over, heaping cement not only onto grass or flower beds but also the roots of any nearby trees. If so then you could be storing up some serious subsidence issues. Apparently its a growing problem in the capital. Glen Goodman finds out why.
Because it's Friday we though we'd treat you to our usual goody bag of sport and showbiz. James King's in the studio to chat about Jim Carey, Matt Damon and Angelina Jolie. ...and Willsy's going to be showing off a very special cup. If you're Arsenal OR Chelsea fans you'll want to watch this.
We'll see you at 6.
Tamzin and Willsy