One of the 12 very cool zodiac bronzes by Ai WeiWei at Somerset House.
The famous, art-deco Battersea Power Station as seen from Pimlico. (Cha, see Pink Floyd's "Animals" cover.)
Cool sculptural Vitruvian Man I saw walking through Chelsea.
At a TV taping for a show called "David Walliams' Wall of Fame" north of London in Borehamwood. It's a fairly stupid show though somewhat dependent on the guests. But David Walliams is always pretty funny.
Leaving the studio. We showed up 45mins early and got to sit in the black fold out chairs next to the stage. Might go back Wednesday.
Back on my old stomping grounds at UCL (though I'm fairly sure I've never set foot in this building).
Elephant skull at UCL's Grant Museum of Zoology. I herd somewhere that Elephant skulls were thought to have sparked/encouraged the cyclops myth. Possibly untrue, but you can see how they might.
Some monkey-like creature's skeleton at UCL's Grant Museum of Zoology.
A tree shrew in a jar at UCL's Grant Museum of Zoology.
Pretty self-explanatory at UCL's Grant Museum of Zoology.
A wax sculpture titled, "I can't help the way I feel" at the Wellcome Collection near UCL.
Third barbecue in about a week on Rishi's roof in Aldgate East. Fourth of July barbecue on Monday will be number 4.