To be fair, London Live have a handful of shows that actually aren't that bad, London Film Club, London Live Sessions, London Go etc. Trouble is 4 half hours does not a schedule make. A decent local news service is still the missing link.
London Film Club isn't great and lacks any gravitas at all.
You're being rather harsh about LFC. Just because the film reviewers aren't exactly of the Norman/Kermode ilk doesn't mean the show isn't much cop. It's more accessible than Claudia Winkleman on Film and not as cheap looking as other local tv film shows.
It is more accessible than Winkleman on Film and no, it's not as cheap as other local TV film shows, also not expecting critics or Norman/Kermode but it could be considerably better and, with no shortage of actual film journalists in and around London, random hobby 'critics'/bloggers with little actual reach, audience or reputation that they find on Twitter means it will never be what it could be. Lots of things look good but looking good is only part of the whole. It's adequate, it's average and 'aren't that bad,' your own description, isn't exactly a glowing endorsement.