London’s Narrowest House Reverts to Garage

Narrowest House restored to garage

The tiny wooden property about 6ft wide would have been torn down if the change hadn’t happened. Waltham Forest Council said it was sandwiched between two terraced houses making it look out of place and of poor design. Take a look at this amazing structure while it was a flat for rent!

Britain’s Best Beer

Best Beer - Over 350 british brewies

More than 50 thousand people went to the biggest pub in Britain at Olympia in London during the festival. Skill at Pulling pints was essential as drinkers eager to taste all the brews on offer!

Two Days One Night Europe Premiere

Somerset House Premiere

On the steps of London’s Somerset House Marion Cotillard joined director brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne for the films European Premiere. She admitted it was hard work and spoke of how one scene was done in 100 takes – Watch the beautful star at the Premiere In cinemas August 22

Star Wars VII Auditions Over – Two Unknowns Cast

Blue tents for London auditions

Two young unknown actors are joining ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’. British actor Pip Andersen and US-born Crystal Clarke, studying in Glasgow, were chosen from 37,000 hopefuls who attended casting calls held in 11 cities across the UK and US. At the London auditions many didn’t get a look-in

Hercules Comes To London

Hercules and the Lion

The Lions at Trafalgar Square were in for a surprise when the Rock, Hercules appeared to test their strength. Also there was Irina Shayk. Catch the video where you will see a huge crowd of fans adoring the stars as the posed alongside the lions. Film out July 25

Phone Hacking Storm in UK – Andy Coulson Jailed

Phone hacking - News of the World

Former Editor of the News of the World, Andy Coulson goes to jail for 18 months after an Old Bailey court found him guilty of phone hacking. Rebekah Brooks was cleared of all charges. ynuk.tv spoke to the public when the controversy broke in summer of 2011. Many were appalled

England v Italy a Pub View

England v Italy Reveller in pub

On June 14, the Alexandra Pub in South London opened late for football fans when England played Italy. The fans crammed inside to watch the match which we all know England lost. Huge disappointment with a few tears shed

Student Media Awards Runner-up 2013

Victoria Oliphant runner-up in student media award

Congratulations Victoria Oliphant! You’re runner-up YNUKtv Brunel University Student Media Award. Your story about the future of a local Rifle Club likely to be pushed out if HS2 goes ahead was great. Watch how they are being threatened

YNUKtv Poll – Local TV The Changing Face of Broadcasting?

Broadcasting in UK homes 2013

It is the year of the TV revolution. All eyes will be watching as London’s Local TV, London Live, goes to air March 31 joining others already broadcasting. Local TV is a government initiative for communities. What do you reckon – is it worth having? Let us know

Southwark Council Libraries Go Forward

Southwark Council Libraries Community friendly

Libraries get new image as Southwark Council opens what could be London’s first Super Library at a cost of £14.1m.