SOME of the capitals most famous residents reveal favourite spots for a new Google guide of hidden London. The site, launched today, has everything from Ken Livingstones preferred tapas restaurant to Dame Kelly Holmess best- loved market. Comedian Alexei Sayle names the eating places he enjoys the most. Each celebrity has designed a virtual pin to mark their spots. For Madness singer Suggs, 48, it is his trade- mark look of a hat and dark glasses to show the shop that supplies him with his headgear. Google has drawn on the opinions of famous people from around the world for its series of city guides. Users zoom in on the recommendations, get directions and see photos of the areas. We wanted to find out where some of the most interesting Londoners went, and what their favourite places in the capital are, said Amit Sood from Google. We asked everyone from Dame Kelly and Mr Livingstone to Iwona Blazwick, director of the Whitechapel Gallery, and businesswoman Martha Lane Fox. 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The supermarket is telling parents that if the hardy uniform does not last until Christmas they can have their money back. But the 4.50 uniform has stiff competition from Marks & Spencer and Tesco. Poachers eating commons ducks A WILDLIFE charity has claimed that people are snatching ducks from commons in south London to cook at home. The London Wildcare Trust says Wandsworths waterfowl stock has decreased significantly in the last five years as poachers take them at night to avoid 5,000 fines, treating them as a free source of food. Ted Burden, head of the trust, said: Theyre ending up in the pot. Flaming heroesPassers-bybravehousefiretosaveboytrappedintheloft Stars put their best-keptLondon secretsonGoogle Out from under his hat: Suggs and his virtual pin BBCs25mAsianNetwork facesaxeasratingsslump THE BBCS Asian Network radio station faces the axe after losing a fifth of its listeners despite spending more than 25m in two years. Bosses at the station, founded in 2002, have been told its future may be in doubt after audience figures, down from half a million to 405,000 in a year, failed to improve. The BBC Trusts annual report yesterday stated: We will expect improvement next year. A spokesman for the Asian Network declined to comment. THE father of an 11-year- old boy who was trapped in a house fire today paid tribute to two passers-by who smashed their way into the blazing building and saved his sons life. Idris Barre was at home in Harrow Weald, with sister Sabrin, 16, and brother Norr, 17, when the f i r e b r o k e o u t l a s t Thursday afternoon. Harrow council caretakers Bill Bearden, 43, and Tony Johnson, 39, were driving past and spotted smoke billowing from a skylight. They broke down the front door, led the teenag- ers to safety, then learnt Idris was still trapped. Mr Bearden said: The older lad said there was a boy upstairs in the loft where the fire had started. I rushed up and began searching. I breathed in so much smoke, but was determined to find him. When I saw him I carried him out. Mr Johnson said: We didnt think about going in. It was just one of those things you do. Were just glad the boys okay. Today Idriss father Hassan Barre, 41, said: These men saved our sons life. God will reward them. They are our friends. Mr Barre was at hospital with his wife, Shukri Ali, 39, when the fire began. Firefighters brought the blaze under control. London Fire Brigade is investigating the cause. by bo wilson Courage: Tony Johnson, left, and Bill Bearden with young Idris, the boy they rescued from the house fire H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html