Emmerdale actress Lucy Pargeter admits her character has both the motive and the ability to pull the trigger in tonight's episode when Robert Sugden is seen getting shot. She plays Chas Dingle who is angry after Robert admitted playing a part in the death of her best friend while covering up his affair with her son Aaron:
The actor who plays Robert Sugden in Emmerdale says it was really exciting to film tonight's scenes which see his character getting shot. Ryan Hawley says he has never done anything like that before and admits his character has managed to rub many people up the wrong way:
The episode is directed by Neil Alderton who explains how the tension will build with many other character in the frame for pulling the trigger:
Emmerdale will start a massive whodunnit plot this evening when scenes showing Robert Sugden being shot are aired. The character, played by Ryan Hawley, has managed to alienate himself from many other people in the village and there is no shortage of suspects who may want him dead.
Two episodes of the Yorkshire soap will be screened this evening as the dramatic events play out. Cast and crew filmed through the night for several days to put the scenes together. Producers are keeping details of what happens next, including whether Robert survives, a closely guarded secret.
Yorkshire is often used as a backdrop for many films but it's not often that we attract Hollywood A-Listers. Drew Barrymoore and Toni Collete have been filming in Ilkley and Haworth for their film 'Miss You Already' which tells the story of two best friends whose lives are tested. To get all the low down on how Ilkley compares to LA we sent Daniel Harris to chat to the stars.
One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has hit out at Doncaster Rovers for sacking manager Paul Dickov.
Dickov was fired after leading Donny to just one win in their opening six League One games of the season.
He started work at the Keepmoat Stadium in 2013 following the club's promotion to the Championship, but couldn't stop them going straight back down.
Fan Louis Tomlinson wrote on Twitter: "Still getting over the fact my beloved Donny Rovers sacked Paul Dickov! Silly silly decision! Unfair to judge him with the poor budget given!"
Still getting over the fact my beloved Donny Rovers sacked Paul Dickov!Silly silly decision! Unfair to judge him with the poor budget given!
Music and TV star, Ricky Wilson, has agreed to become an official Ambassador of the Leeds United Foundation, the official charity of the famous Elland Road club.The frontman of Leeds band Kaiser Chiefs and coach on ‘The Voice UK’ joins the Foundation which helps over 50,000 people a year, including children, young people, adults, disabled, at-risk, the unemployed and elderly across Yorkshire.
I'm absolutely thrilled to become an Ambassador for the Leeds United Foundation, a charity that does so much for the Leeds and Yorkshire community.
I may not be able to name the 1968 winning squad like some of the Kaisers, but that doesn't stop me from being genuinely proud of my Yorkshire roots. Supporting the Foundation's work with the disabled, those with dementia, the unemployed, underprivileged children and the elderly is something I am incredibly proud to do.
It's vital that we listen to and help our communities wherever we can and we will do as much as we can to help the Leeds United Foundation. There are some really exciting plans for the charity and it's a real pleasure to help them out.
More than a thousand local primary school children have taken part in the Big Dance and Sing event in Leeds' Millennium Square.Read the full story ›
Street art produced during last year's Grand Depart of the Tour de France is to be given a permanent home in Sheffield. The project will see phrases such as "Ey Up TdF" and "It's only Pain" being painted on each of the city's four King of the Mountain Climbs - at Midhopestones, Bradfield, Oughtibridge and Jenkin Hill.
Lincoln's 25 Barons will be brought together for the last time over the next few days in the grounds of the Castle before they are auctioned off next month. They have been a popular tourist attraction in the city to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta.
Thousands of people have joined a facebook campaign to keep the sculptures in the city. They will be auctioned off on October 1st, Lincolnshire Day, to the highest bidders in aid of national foodbanks charity Trussell Trust.
ITV is celebrating its 60th anniversary today. Yorkshire Television, which later became part of ITV, started in 1968.
The building was officially opened by the Duchess of Kent on 29th July 1968.