Leeds' very own Keith Lemon, has written memoirs of his amazing life story so far.
It tells of the Celebrity Juice star's life from jelly wrestling contests to turning his back on a breakdancing career.
Matt Price went to meet him. Here's the VT...stands for video tape:
Today marks 100 years since one of the region's oldest cinemas opened its doors for the first time. The Hyde Park Picture House in Leeds screened its first film just a few months after the outbreak of the First World War. Since then it's shown tens of thousands of films, faced the threat of closure, but it's defied the doubters and the changing fashions to keep a traditional silver screen in the heart of the city.
Rumours are rife that Leeds' Olympic boxing champ Nicola Adams could be set for a crack at being crowned queen of the jungle. Bookmakers William Hill is already offering odds of six to one that Nicola, who won sporting gold at the 2012 Olympics. will be the winner of the new series of ITV's I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! which starts a week on Sunday. The official line-up for this year's show is due to be announced next week.
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It is 100 years to the day since the Hyde Park Picture House in Leeds opened its doors to the public.
One of the oldest working cinemas in the country there will be a special centenary screening this evening of films, and newsreels from 1914 with staff dressed in formal attire from the time .
NASA astronauts have filmed themselves on the International Space Station - from inside a water ball.
Steve Swanson and Reid Wiseman and European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst were investigating the phenomenon of water surface tension in microgravity last summer, but the video was only recently uploaded.
The trio submerged a Go-Pro camera in the water ball and filmed the experience:
With just over seven weeks to go to the big day, but already the preparations for it are all around us in our towns and cities. And at the centre of them all will be a traditional tree.
In cities like Bradford, many of those giant trees will have come from Kielder Forest in the north east. But just how do they get them out?
Derek Proud has been finding out.
Making and drinking beer has traditionally been seen as a male pursuit, but for centuries it was women who made and sold the amber nectar.
After industrialisation men gradually took over. But female brewers - known as 'Brewsters' are now making something of a comeback.
Appropriately, Phil Brewster has been to Grantham to meet one of them:
Former England rugby union captain and Celebrity Masterchef winner Phil Vickery will head a team of judges to find the region's tastiest banger as part of British sausage Week
Six local butchers will battle it out for the top accolade at a cook-off at The Cross Key gastropub in Leeds having been shortlisted from hundreds of entrants. Three of them have been shortlisted in the traditional sausage category and the other three in the innovative sausage category.
For a long time it looked like the old fashioned british local was in decline. But now new research has revealed that breweries are on the up.
There are now more than 140 Yorkshire - 18 more than this time last year.
Now this so-called 'beer revolution' has been written about in a book as David Wood has been finding out: