X Factor band Tenors of Rock are releasing a single to help raise money in memory of rugby league player Danny Jones.Read the full story ›
Beverley's new theatre opened six months ago - after a dramatic transformation. But it needs funding to keep goingRead the full story ›
Comedians Jason Manford and Ross Noble feature in The Producers - currently at The Grand in Leeds.
Mel Brooks' musical tells the story of two producers who hope to make a theatrical disaster so they can cash in.
ITV Calendar's Daniel Harris caught up with the duo to discuss their experiences:
From our archives, Christopher Lee speaks to Yorkshire TV about his epic role in the first Lord of the Rings film.Read the full story ›
Charlie Hardwick, best known for playing Val Pollard in Emmerdale since 2004 has revealed she is quitting the soap.
The television series The Syndicate is back on our screens, telling the stories of a group of workers when they win the lottery. It's written by Yorkshire's very own Kay Mellor, with much of the action filmed at Bramham park, a stately home near Leeds - and in Scarborough.
Kay called into the Calendar studios and spoke to Gaynor Barnes about the inspiration for the series, rumours that a certain cast member is to get a knighthood and why we all dream of winning the lottery.
The father of former X Factor star Ella Henderson has been charged with seven offences relating to fraud, theft and money laundering.Read the full story ›
Take That star Gary Barlow is looking for a "proper Northerner" to play a role in his new musical inspired by the WI's Calendar Girls.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of body art fans headed to Leeds this weekend to see some of the best tattooists in the world in action. For some it was the chance to see new designs while others took the plunge and went under the needle. Here's Martin Fisher.
A suitably wacky and wonderful Hebden Bridge Handmade Parade thrilled the thousands of spectators who lined the town's streets for the 8th annual event. This year's theme was 'Come Fly With Us' - but basically, anything goes - as long as it's fun. We sent our cameras. Here's a taster.