Dock Tales: Tyrone Ferguson
What's involved in a lifeboat rescue operation if someone is drowning in the docks? Student Tyrone has been finding out.
Dock Tales: Toni Cox
Fancy hiring out the docks to host an event? You’ll need to talk to Toni first.
Dock Tales: Cheryl Phan
Ever wondered what dragon boat racing is all about? Cheryl, captain of the local award-winning Windy Pandas team reveals all.
Dock Tales: Jon Byrne
What are the health benefits of spending time on the water? Watersports fanatic Jon is the man in the know.
Clear open spaces, full hearts, can’t lose: getting active in the Royal Docks
Feeling a bit cooped after all these months of lockdown? The Royal Docks is the perfect place to get outside, and finally get moving.
Never alone: how Fight for Peace is beating isolation
How do you combine contact sports with social distancing? North Woolwich martial arts club Fight for Peace is stepping up to a new challenge: lockdown.
#LondonTogether: meet three Royal Docks neighbours who are going the distance
From Royal Albert Wharf’s giant rainbow to the LDEUTC student 3D-printing thousands of visors for the NHS, our Royal Docks neighbours are going above and beyond to make a difference. Here are three of their stories.
Heritage and history
Newham Heritage Month celebrates home in Newham
Listen closely, and every street has a story to tell. Newham Heritage Month is back this June.