No-one expects a day out to a theme park to end in heartache but one family from Kent is today at the hospital bedside of a 4 year old girl who fell while queuing for a ride at Chessington World of Adventures. There are contrasting reports about how this happened but the theme park has told London Tonight they are investigating a fault with the fencing along a series of 14-feet high rope-bridges and walkways by the Tomb Blaster ride. What we do know is a little girl, understood to be Jessica Blake, is in a critical condition at St George's Hospital in Tooting. We'll be live at the hospital with the latest and our thoughts are, of course, with her family.
Last Sunday we had the Thames Jubilee River Pageant, this Sunday part of London has seen a pageant to mark 100 years of the red London bus. The Associated Equipment Co Ltd, founded in Waltham Forest, began building the buses a century ago and we've been grabbing a seat on board to check out the various incarnations of this iconic vehicle.
Meanwhile one of London's sporting icons has been on two wheels over in France. Bradley Wiggins has just won the prestigious Criterium du Dauphine - a gruelling 8 day warm up event for the Tour de France. The 32 year old is now favourite for the famous cycle race later this month.
We're on air just before 7pm this evening - a little later than normal due to coverage of Euro 2012. Speaking of which, do keep an eye on the TV schedules for your local news this week as some of the games will have an impact on our programme times (let's hope we're at least celebrating wins for England!)