Shoppers in Norwich were treated to something a bit out of the ordinary today as Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway came to town.
Rebecca Spencer is named as one of the top 10 photographers of the year. She only started the hobby 7 years ago to take pictures of her son.
Cambridgeshire singer Sam Smith will be targeting more success at the Brit Awards tonight as he bids to add to the Critics' Choice Award.
She was one of the best known singers in the sixties and is still going strong after more than 70 years in the music business.
Now Petula Clark is back in the region playing the latest dates in her UK tour.
She will appear at the Derngate Theatre in Northampton this evening before heading to Ipswich's Regent Theatre tomorrow.
The 80-year-old has released an album to coincide with her shows and, as she told our reporter David Wood, she still enjoys being out on the road.
Monster Trucks have descended on Bury St Edmunds to wow the crowds with their car crushing antics. Sarah Beecroft took a ride in a Red Dragon.
Some of Europe's biggest trucks are converging on the village of Barrow near Bury St Edmunds today for the Monster Trucks Live event.
Around 4 thousand people are expected to watch the car crushers put on a show at Suffolk Academy, where they will ride over a variety of vehicles. Each one of the car crushers' wheels weighs in at a third of a ton.
A former student from the University of Bedfordshire has been shortlisted for a major film award.
Khurum Khan's short film Musafir, which follows an individual on their emotional journey through childhood to adulthood, has been nominated for the Raindance Film Festival as the best UK short film. The award will be announced next month.
Watch Khurum Khan's short film 'Musafir':
In the 1990s, Ghost was the film that captured the imagination of a generation as Patrick Swayze tried to communicate with his girlfriend Demi Moore from beyond the grave.
More recently, a musical version of movie has been wowing the audiences of London's West End.
Now it's headed out on tour and is playing in Milton Keynes. And, as Claire McGlasson found out, creating the ghostly effects essential to the storyline has been quite a challenge.
Ozzy, a border collie/kelpie crossbreed, has entered the world famous Guinness Book of Records for achieving the Fastest Crossing of a Tightrope by a Dog.
The four-year-old crossed a 3.5m rope in 18.22 seconds during his record breaking stunt at the Faith Animal Rescue Centre in Norfolk.
Ozzy, who lives in Norwich with his owner, 51-year-old carpenter Nick Johnson, who has no formal dog training experience but learned the techniques from the internet.
He said: "Ozzy is most happy when he's working on the tricks that we do and regards it as a game.
"It makes me feel so happy and proud, that Ozzy and I have such a strong friendship and relationship we can work together on tricks and games that get the recognition of Guinness World Records."
A major Hollywood film partly shot in Norfolk had its premiere last night.
Rush tells the story of the rivalry between Formula One drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda in the 1970s.
Some of the scenes were shot at the racetrack at Snetterton in south Norfolk last year.
The film is directed by Oscar-winner Ron Howard and stars Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Brühl. It opens in cinemas on September 13.
Thirty thousand music fans are expected to attend the Sundown Festival at the Norfolk Show ground this weekend. On the main stage.... Jesse J, JLS and last year's X Factor winner James Arthur. Also on the bill Ria Ritchie , a talented songstress from Lowestoft in Suffolk.
Ria is being tipped for the top after being discovered by the Engish rapper Plan B. She's been talking to Natalie Gray.
Film buffs in Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds are fighting to keep their local Picturehouse cinemas.
After Cineworld took over the brand last year, the Competition Commission has said the company is dominating the local market and the cinemas may need to be sold off.
Local film-goers say Picturehouse gave choice and variety often showing the lesser-known and lower budget films that aren't screened in the multiplexes. They're worried the screens could close altogether if a buyer can't be found.
The Competition Commission says half the ticket revenue in the Picturehouse cinemas comes from films which are also shown on Cineworld screens.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Claire McGlasson