Grimsby and Cleethorpes have become the latest towns to get their very own personalised Monopoly board. Adam Fowler went along to the latest launch without passing go and definitely without collecting 200 pounds.
Emmerdale producers have announced that a special 'rewind' episode will be screened in late October to show viewers who shot Robert Sugden. The thrilling storyline began last week when the character, played by Ryan Hawley, was seen being attacked by a mystery person.
Robert is currently fighting for his life in hospital with several other characters behaving strangely, possibly putting them in the frame as his attacker. Producers say the special hour-long episode will not only reveal who that was, but will also contain two other secrets that fans will not want to miss.
The details were announced at a special screening earlier and our reporter James Webster caught up with some of the cast to find out more:
Nominations for this year's MOBO Awards - which for the first time are being held in Leeds - are announced today. The awards which celebrate the UK's best music of black origin will take place at the Leeds arena in November.
A local businesman is underwriting Rod Stewart's concert in Hull and all the proceeds will go to charity.
The rock star is set to perform at Hull's KC stadium as part of his eight date UK tour next year.
The 25,000 tickets for the show will go on sale at the beginning of October with all monies raised going to the Daisy Appeal and Holy Trinity Church.
It has been revealed that Rod Stewart is to perform at Hull's KC stadium as part of his eight date UK tour next year.
Tickets for the concert will go on sale at the beginning of next month.
One of Emmerdale's biggest soap villains gets his comeuppance tonight in a story that will spark a massive whodunnit. Robert Sugden will be seen getting shot in this evening's episodes with a long list of people who all have their reasons for wanting him dead. Our reporter James Webster went behind the scenes as the cast and crew filmed this evening's dramatic events:
Emmerdale actress Isabel Hodgins says she is not surprised that he on-screen brother ends up getting shot in dramatic scenes to be screen tonight. Her alter ego Victoria will rush to Robert Sugden's aid just moments after a mystery person pulls the trigger on him, a storyline which called for several days of overnight filming:
A sound recordist and producer who has worked with some of the biggest names in the music business has taken a post as a lecturer at a Leeds University.
Ken Scott laid down the vocals and instruments on some of the most famous songs in the world, as well as producing albums with the likes of David Bowie.
Now, Ken is passing on his knowledge to sound recordists of the future, as Mark Witty reports:
Emmerdale's Tony Audenshaw says tonight's dramatic shooting storyline takes place against the unlikely backdrop of a 'detective' themed party in which his character Bob Hope ends up running around the village dressed as 'Columbo'. The bizarre scene will see him one of the first to arrive when the character Robert Sugden is shot behind the Woolpack pub: