Welcome to London Tonight Tonight.

This is the official website of London Tonight, on ITV1 in London and the South East every weeknight at 6pm.



Hello all. Plenty on the show tonight...

Boris Johnson joins us live on the show tonight as he announces plans to completely eradicate London's dependence on landfill sites to dump our rubbish by 2025. With over four hundred million tonnes generated a year at a cost of over £600m to process, London has the worst recycling ratio in the country, something Bozza says we have to change. At the moment though, there's a massive discrepancy between the performances of different London Boroughs when it comes to recycling rubbish, so how's Boris going to do it? We'll ask him.

Also tonight, the passing of one of the capital's most colourful characters has been marked with what was much more a celebration of his life than a mourning of his death. For more than thirty years Peter Moore was the London's town crier, adorning events with his eye-catching garb and ear-splitting announcements. Mr. Moore died five days before Christmas, at the age of seventy and today, family, friends and fans gathered for his funeral.

And, the remarkable story of Nicholas McCarthy from Surrey who's chasing his dream to become a concert pianist. Admirable, but not that remarkable, you might think? But Nicholas only has one arm. Now, I had piano lessons as a youngster, so I know a bit about just how good you have to be to get to that level ('Easy to Play Christmas Carols' can be pretty taxing too, though, let me tell you) and I just can' t see how that's possible? Luckily, for me, Carolyn Sim can...

Also on the show tonight, Lucy's at the O2 for the announcement of this year's BRIT Award nominations which are celebrating their 30th anniversary this year. The tv ceremony was always a must-see in our house and for some classic BRITs nostalgia, check out 'The BRITs Hits 30' on ITV1on Saturday night. It'll showcase some of the best performances from the past three decades. I don't know if Sam Fox and Mick Fleetwood's cringeworthy attempts to host the show or Jarvis Cocker's infamous bum-wiggling stage invasion during Michael Jackson's performance make the list...but they should do! In terms of this year's nominations, what of London's chances? Well, La Roux, Dizzy Rascal, Tinchy Stryder and JLS have all got to be in with a shout (according to Lucy...I really have no clue). Bromley's Pixie Lott performs at the launch party tonight too, so plenty for us to shout about. Nominations are annouced while we're on air, so prepare for another classic tv moment as Lucy's left with nothing to announce if things are running late...good luck!

See you at six. Matt and Katie.