From river races, art installations to subterranean sounds - join London's month-long celebration of the Thames this September.
Rivers of the World is a cross-curriculum arts education programme delivered in partnership with the British Council in secondary schools connecting young people with their local river and peers around the world.
It's the final day in our festive flashback and we salute the ships that have graced the Thames from Tall Ships to the Cutty Sark.
It’s the fifth day of our festive flashback and today we're spotlighting Ik-Joong Kang's floating installation made of 500 stories that lit up the Thames.
Day 4 of our festive flashback and we're firing on the foreshore just like our ancestors did along the River Thames...
Its the third instalment in our festive flashback and we're asking who remembers Florentijn Hofman's HippopoThames when it splashed into London to launch Totally Thames?
Its day 2 of our festive flashback! Who remembers when Didier Pasquette and Jade Kindar-Martin walked a 430-metre wire, 50 metres above the River Thames for the inaugural Thames Festival in 1997.
For day 1 of our festive flashback we’re putting our schools educational project Kids' Choir in the spotlight.
With Christmas approaching and 2016 drawing to an end, we thought we'd bring you a round-up of the best things to do on and along the Thames this December.
Over 400 young voices from our Kids Choir Project sing in The Scoop in September.