Up the River Thames the Language Explorer sails on its quest to understand children's language. London is celebrated as one of the most diverse cities in the world, and this is no different for the rich language on offer. Bilingualism and its effects on Language Development has always been an area of interest for researchers, and we have certainly enjoyed see a number of children participate who hear two languages at home. The different languages heard at home has contributed to the diversity of our current sample, and it has been captivating to see its influence on how the story is told. If you are a born and bred Londoner or simply a tourist hoping to catch sight of the Queen, make sure to keep your eyes peeled one of the Language Explorer posters. If you manage to find one on your daily travels, take a selfie and tweet us with the hashtag #languageexplorer. We will then send out a Language Explorer themed pencil case and badge as a bounty for your poster hunt. Check out the PDF below to locate a poster near you in North, East, South or West London.