The Duke of Cambridge told one of the BBC sitcom's stars that he was a fan of the Welsh show.Read the full story ›
Sheridan Smith, who is from Epworth in Lincolnshire, is to receive an OBE today for her services to drama.
The actress, famous for Cilla, The Royle Family and Gavin & Stacy, will attend Buckingham Palace later today, but has revealed her hat which was specially made for the occassion hasn't arrived:
OBE day! Typical my lot, my specially made hat not delivered! Gutted. Ah well, always a drama in my world. At least I'm on time I guess ;) x
The musical of the iconic film Dirty Dancing will be coming to Bradford this summer. Matt Price went behind the scenes to meet the cast and find out about the show.
The largest archive of vintage fashion in Europe will go on display at York Designer Outlet today as part of its tour of the UK. The A.N.G.E.L.O. archive celebrates fashion and style through the ages.
A film showing the positive side of Grimsby, produced by one of the town's former MPs, will premier tonight.
Austin Mitchell made the feature as a challenge to recent TV programmes and a film which have been accused of showing Grimsby in a negative way.
One of the highlights of the television soap calendar takes place on Saturday night, the British Soap Awards is set to take place on Saturday night.
The event will be on television next week and stars from all the main soaps, including Emmerdale, will be attending the event.
Today, members of the press were invited by the cast to the Emmerdale Village as they prepare for the big night - among them our own Daniel Harris, and it wasn't the usual sort of Press Day!
Today is the last day of the public vote in the British Soap Awards 2015.
Make your choice count and vote for Emmerdale before voting closes at 3pm.
Emmerdale's three nominees in the public vote are:
- Best Actress - Natalie Anderson
- Best Actor - Michael Parr
- Best British Soap - Emmerdale
Voting closes on Friday 15 May 2015 at 3.00pm. Click here to cast your vote.
Watch The British Soap Awards on ITV, Thursday 21st May at 8pm.
Band tell James Corden: "At first we were a little bit angry - but we knew the general vibe he was feeling."Read the full story ›
Bradford Council has announced the headline music acts for this year's Bradford Festival which is to include multi-award winning British artist, Apache Indian.
Best known for ‘Boomshackalak', Apache Indian is the first Asian artist to achieve significant success in the international mainstream pop charts with seven top 40 hits and over 11 million in album sales.
He has toured the world five times and has just has just released his single, Election Crisis.
The festival will also feature the former Gipsy Kings percussionist, Edwin Sanz and legendary British keyboard player, Alex Wilson.
Hailed as India's biggest cultural and musical exports, Raghu Dixit will bring his unique brand of infectious, happy music which ‘transcends age, genre, and language' to the Bradford Festival's Mela Day.
Raghu Dixit has performed for Her Majesty the Queen, appeared on Later with Jools Holland and played at the Glastonbury Festival.
The festival opens with multi-award winning blues and rock powerhouse, Chantel McGregor.
Born in Bradford, McGregor was the first female artist to win Guitarist of the Year at the British Blues Awards in 2013.
The arts and music festival runs 12-14 June in City Park.
One of the country's leading motorcross display teams will be the highlight of the 132nd show.Read the full story ›