Olympic gymnast Louis Smith tells Hello! magazine he would like to find love as he moves into a new home in Peterborough.
Ten-year-old Edward Tomanek-Volynets from Cambridge last night performed a violin recital in aid of the charity.
Lenny Henry is performing in 'Fences' at the Cambridge Arts Theatre, prior to the play's West End transfer.
Actor and author Henry Winkler OBE - best known for playing 'The Fonz' on 70s series Happy Days - is touring schools during March as part of the 2013 First News My Way! campaign, in partnership with leading education charity Achievement for All 3As.
He made time in his tour to join Jonathan and Emma in the ITV News Anglia studio to talk about his work.
Earlier today (Wednesday) Henry visited Halifax Primary School in Ipswich and Downham Market High School in west Norfolk. **
Tomorrow (Thursday 7th March) Henry will be speaking to an audience of 110 Headteachers and senior teachers representing over 70 schools from across East Anglia at an education conference in Mattishall, Norfolk**
Dancing on Ice star Pamela Anderson will take to a rather different stage tonight as she is due to speak at the Cambridge Union Society.
The actress is expected to talk alongside a representative from animal rights charity Peta, which the former Baywatch star supports. She follows in the footsteps of Winston Churchill, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Clint Eastwood...all of whom have previously spoken at the prestigious venue.
The new Alan Partridge movie is being shot in Norwich and features what is perhaps the world's slowest police chase through the city centre.
Click below for some video featuring Steve Coogan meeting some of his fans in character
Perhaps the slowest car chase in movie history was played out through the streets of Norwich as part of the latest filming for the new Alan Partridge movie.
The city played host to its most famous fictional son and his creator Steve Coogan during Thursday while he was filming on location outside City Hall.
Click below to watch an interview with Simon Greenall who appears with Steve Coogan in the Alan Partridge Movie.
Tickets for this year's V Festival go on sale this morning. The American singer Beyonce is headlining the event which is being held in August.
Other acts include The Script, Jessie J and Kings of Leon. Thousands of people are expected at the Festival at Highlands Park near Chelmsford.
Norwich's most famous fictional son makes a return to the city today. The Forum and nearby City Hall will be providing the backdrop for filming of a new movie, featuring Steve Coogan's creation Alan Partridge.
Earlier this week, Cromer Pier was closed off to the public as film crews took over for the day.
People living in Essex will get first dibs on V Festival tickets before general release on Friday. Beyonce is among the performers who'll be appearing at Hylands Park near Chelmsford.
The Script, Emili Sande and Jessie J are also playing. Official tickets go on sale on tomorrow.
The festival takes place on the 17th and 18th August.
It would be worth giving an Oscar to a new film being made in Norfolk at the moment just to hear the acceptance speech from the star.
Quite what America would make of an 'Aha' or two from Norfolk's fictional broadcaster Alan Partridge would remain to be seen.
Luke Farrington travelled to North Norfolk to find the man with a passion for the county who was proving surprisingly elusive.
Click below to watch his report.