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Emmerdale star Chris Chittel, who plays Eric Pollard, has been learning the basics of emergency first aid as part of a Yorkshire Ambulance Service campaign.
The service hopes to reach 25,000 schoolchildren in a single day with its latest restart a heart campaign in October.
But paramedics were at ITV Yorkshire today teaching CPR to staff including Chris and Duncan to raise awareness of the life saving technique.
Bike racer Guy Martin has cancelled a world record attempt at Lincoln's Brayford Pool because of problems with weeds.
The television personality was hoping to clinch a water speed world record using a human-powered hydrofoil for Channel 4's Speed programme. Lincoln Council tweeted a video of him in training yesterday.
But it is thought there were concerns the underwater weeds would interfere with the attempt. In a message from Channel 4, Martin said: "Ta' for the support, I look forward to having another crack at it down the line."
Hull's Calum Scott has had a hero's reception at a home-coming gig at the Princes Quay shopping centre.
The Britain's Got Talent finalist performed live in front of hundreds of fans.
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Former One Direction star Zayn Malik has said he first realised he wanted to leave the band when 'an alien spoke to me in a dream.'
In an interview with Glamour, the 23-year-old from Bradford also said his mum is the first person he texts when he wakes up.
Pop sensation Olly Murs is back with a new single ‘You Don’t Know Love’.
The former X Factor star is touring the country promoting his latest track, visiting Leeds and Sheffield today.
Since leaving the talent show he's been a busy man - with an album scheduled for release this year, and a tour in the planning for next year - but Olly still found the time to speak to ITV Calendar about the single, curry sauce and Yorkshire accents.
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Coronation Street couple David and Kylie Platt – played by West Yorkshire actors Jack Shepherd and Paula Lane – are at the centre of a dramatic soap storyline when Kylie dies suddenly.
With Tony Stewart in the frame for Callum’s murder it looks as though David, Kylie and Sarah are off the hook. However Kylie is uncomfortable about letting an innocent dead man take the wrap for a crime she committed and suggests the family leave Weatherfield once and for all and put the events of the past year behind them.
But their excitement and future plans are cut short by Kylie’s unexpected death.
The details of how Kylie dies are being kept under wraps so viewers can watch the events unfold on screen.
Paula Lane, from Hebden Bridge, who plays opposite Jack Shepherd, from Pudsey, said: “It was very emotional to film the scenes knowing that I would never return and her death has huge consequences for David and all the family.”
As the perennially popular West End musical Cats comes to Yorkshire, actor Helen Turner, from Tadcaster, showed Calendar how she transforms from human to feline before each performance.
The show is coming to the stage in Sheffield and Leeds.