Downton Abbey star Jim Carter - who plays Carson the Butler in the hit ITV drama - is guest of honour this afternoon at the opening of his old school's new drama studio.
Jim, who was head prefect at Harrogate's Ashville College, will officially open the new £2.25m drama studio which is named after him. Afterwards he will take to the stage for " An Afternoon with Jim Carter".
Dresses worn by the ladies of Downton are coming to Yorkshire this weekend. An exhibition of some of the costumes worn in the first series are to go on display at Harrogate's Royal Pump Rooms.
A special exhibition of the Age of Elegance includes evening and day dresses worn by the well-heeled ladies of the multi-award winning costume drama series.
Visitors can discover the glamorous side of the post-Edwardian period through the costumes which are similar to those which would have been worn by affluent visitors to the Royal Pump Room in the years before the First World War as they took the famous waters.
New Downton Abbey star Cara Theobold, who plays kitchen maid Ivy Stuart, talks to Calendar about her part in the hit series. It is the Wakefield actress's first role since leaving drama school. She tells Divya Kholi about life and love below stairs.
Staff at Malton library have been helping the production team of "Downton Abbey" to make sure the programme looks authentic. They were approached to create props and an exact duplicate of a newspaper from 1922 has been made for use in the next series.
Members of the public are getting a rare chance to see inside the former male prison at Lincoln Castle this weekend. It is being opened for a special heritage event following its appearance in the ITV1 drama Downton Abbey where it was used to film sequences set inside York Prison.
Following this weekend's event the male prison will again be closed to members of the public until 2015 when a major £20m revamp of the site is due to be completed including a new visitor centre and better access to parts of the attraction which are not currently open.