Cancer Research UK advice after Angelina Jolie revealed she has had a double mastectomy to reduce the risk of developing breast cancer:
The oldest working theatre in the UK is launching a fundraising appeal to try to save the venue from closure.
Fans will have more chances to meet their One Direction idols one way or another after new wax figures were unveiled today.
Angelina's openness in talking about her own experience and her decision to have surgery raises crucial awareness of breast cancer and its genetic risk.
Deciding whether to have preventative surgery is a heart-rending decision for women like Angelina but we know it's a vital way of saving lives.
– Baroness Delyth Morgan, chief executive of Breast Cancer Campaign
This is a stark reminder of how much more research we need to do to give women more knowledge, choice and life-saving options to reduce their risk.
If you are at all concerned that you may have an inherited mutation in your family and want further advice, your GP will be able to provide more information and help.
A fostering recruitment campaign will be launched in Doncaster today - with a little help from Emmerdale actress Chelsea Halfpenny.
Her character Amy Wyatt is being fostered by parents who had never previously considered doing it.
One of ITV's most popular series returns to our screens tonight - charting the amazing stories and daily life in one of the most famous parts of North Yorkshire.
"The Dales" is back at 8 o'clock, and will be on our screens for the next three months. Tonight's episode once again features shepherdess Amanda Owen, a mother of six who lives on one of the remotest farms in our region. Chris Kiddey went to meet her.
Joyce Mason, who was Sheridan Smith's dance teacher , from aged 4 to 16, says she is a natural down to earth girl from a grounded family who will have been genuinely shocked by her BAFTA win.
Thank you so so much for all your kind messages.Can't believe it! Apologies for my language in the speech I was in complete & utter shock XxFrom @Sheridansmith1 on Twitter:
Actress Sheridan Smith has won the leading actress BAFTA Award for her role in ITV's Mrs Biggs.
Speaking to Daybreak after the show she said: "I've stopped crying… finally! It was like an out of body experience…. I'm still in shock, I can't believe it."
The actress said she was "such a massive fan" of fellow nominees Sienna Miller, Rebecca Hall and Anne Reid.
"This is mad, bonkers, brilliant!" she added.
The comedian and documentary film maker Michael Palin says he is very pleased to receive the BAFTA Fellowship at this years BAFTA Television Awards.
The Monty Python Star will be given BAFTA's highest accolade in recognition of the wide variety of work he has produced over the years.
Sheridan Smith has won the leading actress BAFTA Award for her performance in ITV's Mrs Biggs.
She beat fellow nominees Sienna Miller, Rebecca Hall and Anne Reid.
It's the BAFTA awards tonight - and several stars and programmes from our region are up for honours. Emmerdale is a contender for one of the awards. The programme's live episode last year to celebrate its 40th anniversary is thought to have been central to its nomination.
Actress Sheridan Smith, who was born in Epworth in Lincolnshire, gets her first BAFTA nomination, for leading actress, after her performance in ITV's Mrs Biggs.
Sean Bean, from Sheffield, is up for a leading actor gong for the Accused. And actor and TV presenter Michael Palin, who's also from Sheffield, is being presented with a BAFTA fellowship - the most prestigious award the Academy bestows.