Former Emmerdale star Sheree Murphy is coming back to TV with a role in Australian soap Neighbours.
The actress, who is married to the Australian former Leeds United star Harry Kewell, said she was excited to be going back to work.
She told Hello! Magazine: "It's just kicked in that it's actually happening. I'm going back to work. The kids don't remember me on Emmerdale, so they're excited about seeing mummy on TV.
"The last thing I did was Hollyoaks and I was really nervous. I feel a bit like that on Neighbours, not necessarily because they watch English soaps but more because it's, 'Oh, that's Harry Kewell's wife - what's she doing?"'
Murphy has four children with Kewell who recently retired from the game, playing his last match in his hometown of Sydney.
Emmerdale stars took a break from filming to join the Pride of Britain bus as it stopped at our studios here in Leeds in the search for the regions unsung heroes
The coach is travelling one thousand miles, up and down the country to let people everywhere nominate members of their community who do extraordinary things to help others.
This years winner will be announced in October at a star-studded event in London.
Devastating news about Karl Harris. Awesome talent and a great guy who always had a smile. RIP Bomber
The man responsible for bringing the Tour de France to Yorkshire also got on his bike this weekend.
Gary Verity, from Welcome to Yorkshire, cycled the 120 mile route from Harewood, through the Yorkshire Dales to Harrogate. He was supported by colleagues and friends and some of the cast of Emmerdale.
It was all part the "petit grand depart" and involved hundreds of cyclists taking on part of the stage 1 route.
James Webster went along:
Leeds-born soap star Helen Worth and our Emmerdale colleagues, here at ITV Yorkshire,have picked up gongs at this weekend's British Soap Awards.
Coronation Street star Helen was presented with the "Outstanding Achievement" award for her role as Gail Platt. And Emmerdale won the award for "the most spectacular scene" for the dramatic Woolpack flood and siege
Dominic Brunt and Mark Charnock, better known as Emmerdale's Paddy and Marlon are the creative forces behind the Leeds Zombie Film Festival.
For the seventh year, un-dead enthusiasts will pile in to the Cottage Road Cinema in Headingley for hours of horror movie madness.
Mark told Calendar how the whole thing started off and explained his irrational love of all things zombie:
Stars of Emmerdale, Hollyoaks and Coronation Street are to take on a team of ex-Sheffield United players in a charity football match.
Actors Jamie Lomas, Anthony Quinlan, Luke Roskell and Nico Mirallegro will be among those taking part in the match at Bramall Lane.
They will face a team of ex-Blades featuring Chris Morgan, Curtis Woodhouse, Craig Short and Keith Curle.
Others in the line-up include Chris Wilder, Dave Kitson and Leigh Bromby, with more names due to be confirmed.
Proceeds from the match on May 18 will go to Prostate Cancer UK and the Once Upon A Smile Foundation, which offers financial support and respite breaks to families who have suffered a bereavement.
Emmerdale star Danny Miller, co-founder of Once Upon A Smile, will be on the celebrities' team.
Danny said: "I can't wait to play at Bramall Lane. Sheffield was one of the first places we set out on the journey of charity football and it gives me great pleasure to play there again with me and the boys at Once Upon A Smile. It promises to be a great event."
Former Blades captain Chris Morgan, now a member of Nigel Clough's coaching team, said: "I'm sure all the players are keen to put on a Blades kit once again and the celebs will be looking forward to playing on the Bramall Lane pitch.
"The day, though, is all about raising vital funds for the two worthwhile charities and it would be fantastic to see as many people as possible come down and show their support. We hope it will be a great event to finish off a memorable season."
The match will be refereed by Howard Webb.Tickets cost £6 for adults and £1 for under-16s.
Charlie Hardwick, who plays Val Pollard, on Emmerdale has been speaking to us about her character recently being diagnosed as HIV positive. She has taken on the storyline to raise awareness of the virus.
Over 50s are now the fastest growing group of people living with HIV - with rates expected to double over the next five years.
It's five years since Donna Windsor-Dingle left Emmerdale, but tonight actress Verity Rushworth reprises the role and is set to shake up the Dales.
Daniel Harris has been to meet her:
After five years away, actress Verity Rushworth returns to the dales tonight. here she talks about what's encouraged her to resurrect the role of Donna Windsor-Dingle.