The actor and broadcaster Stephen Fry says he's "very, very happy" after news got out that he's to wed his boyfriend.
The QI presenter's career in entertainment began while he was at university in Cambridge.
He and his partner, who's 30 years his junior, have made a formal application to marry at a register office in Norfolk near his home.
Click below to watch our report from Natalie Gray who has been to see where the couple will tie the knot.
Comedian Stephen Fry has said he is "very, very happy" after confirming he is due to marry.Read the full story ›
A Thunderdome motorbike rider has proposed in dare-devil style in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.
Brazillian, Bira Nogueira decided to ask his girlfriend Gasmin, who is from Germany, to marry him on stage.
Bira had already performed his nail-biting act in front of the audience on Boxing Day.
His future wife is also part of the circus as a juggler and says she had no idea he was about to propose.
Bira says he doesn't get nervous about doing his dangerous act, but asking Gasmin to marry him was a different matter.
"I was quite nervous in a different way, it was surreal actually."
Mental health nurse Deborah Bone - said to have inspired Pulp's Disco 2000 song - died shortly after learning she had been awarded an MBE.Read the full story ›
Stephen Hawking's ex-wife has told how the physicist's fame and success damaged their relationship.Read the full story ›
The centre of Oundle in Northamptonshire was transformed into a race track at the weekend.
The town centre was closed for the 'Classic Sprint' event.
First off the starting line were the vintage cars built before 1960.
It was the first time a closed road motorsport event had been held in Oundle.
The event also raised money for the Help For Heroes charity.
While hundreds of people are celebrating with Christmas parties, one group has decided to have a gathering of their own - a 'Bah humbug' party.
Natalie Gray has been to King's Lynn to try to spread some festive cheer.
Click below to watch her report.
Cambridge academic Professor Stephen Hawking is famous the world over for his book A Brief History of Time. He's also the subject of a new film called The Theory of Everything to be released in cinemas on New Year's Day. It's based around of the memoirs of his first wife and their life in Cambridge.
The film explores the couple's love story and how Professor Hawking was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease. The role of Jane is played by the actress Felicity Jones.
The World Cup, Ebola, and instructions on how to twerk were among Google's most searched-for terms of the year by people in Britain in 2014.Read the full story ›
The older brother of JFK who was destined to become President died in an air crash over Blythburgh in Suffolk during the Second World War.Read the full story ›