A London Postcard From Paul Gambaccini After Saturday's Terror Attack09:30
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Flowers are pictured at the south side of London Bridge and close the Borough Market in London on June 6, 2017, placed in memory of the victims of the June 3 terror attacks. (Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images)MoreCloseclosemore
Flowers are pictured at the south side of London Bridge and close the Borough Market in London on June 6, 2017, placed in memory of the victims of the June 3 terror attacks. (Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images)

Investigations continue in London following Saturday's deadly terror attack on London Bridge and in nearby Borough Market. It was the third attack in the U.K. since March, and many Londoners are living by the old wartime slogan "keep calm and carry on."

But is something changing now for others who live there? Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Paul Gambaccini, a longtime presenter for the BBC, about how he's feeling after the attack.

This segment aired on June 6, 2017.

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