Coniston Water has been alive with the sound of revving engines this week, as would-be world record breakers descend, to test their skills at high speed.
Whether it's on a power boat or a jet ski, thrill seekers have been reaching speeds of up to 100 miles per hour on a stretch of water made famous by the late Donald Campbell. Kate Walby has been taking in the action at the World Speed Records event.
A school boy is making waves at Coniston Power Boat Records Week by becoming the youngest competitor.
Jonathan Brewer is just 10 years of age and has been allowed the week off school especially to take part in the world famous event.
Daredevils are taking to the water later as part of Coniston Power Boat Records Week.
The annual event is the only time the speed limit of 10 mph is lifted to allow competitors to race across the lake.
A new ITV drama is being filmed in the Lake District. Safe House will air in the spring and tells the story of a troubled man who sets up a B&B in Coniston.
But it ends up being a safe house and secrets unfold. Fiona Marley Paterson has had a sneak preview onset.
The producer of a new ITV Drama has described why they are filming in the Lake District.
Safe House is a four-part series due to be aired in the spring. It centres on an old house in Coniston, and stars the former Doctor Who actor Christopher Eccleston.
Christopher Eccleston, who plays one of the main characters in a new ITV drama that's being filmed in the Lake District, has made an appeal to ITV Border viewers.
He wants to know more about treading, the art of catching fish with your feet, which he used to do when he visited Cumbria as a child.
Christopher Eccleston played the Ninth Doctor in the Doctor Who television series and has starred in films such as The Others, 28 Days Later and Elizabeth.
A new ITV Drama has been filmed in the Lake District.
Safe House is a four-part drama due to be aired in the Spring that centres around an old house in Coniston.
The cast includes several famous names including Christopher Eccleston, who had to try open-water swimming for the first time.
Hundreds of swimmers have competed in the second Coniston Chill Swim.
The race is over the full length of the lake and has had twice as many entrants than last year. Fiona Marley Paterson reports.