Sara Spary is a postgraduate journalism student at City University. Before joining the course last year, she graduated from the University of Reading with a 1st class BA in English in 2009 and worked in the corporate division of a top London communications agency for more than two years. You can follow her on Twitter @saramayspary
Yesterday the Frontline Club in London screened Secret City , the acclaimed investigative documentary explores the power wielded by the City of London Corporation and reveals its relationship to London’s position at the centre of global finance, and the economic crisis.
Yesterday, 13 January, marked the 150 years ago of Thomas Crapper’s invention, which would greatly enhance and modernise the toilets – he invented the one-piece pedestal for the flushing toilet, which revolutionised the way that they work.
For commuters who drive to work in the morning, there’s nothing like passing the time spent stuck in traffic jam by listening to a few favourite tunes. But have you ever wondered how safe your choice of driving with music is?