Liverpool FC's Steven Gerrard's been talking about starting an exciting new chapter in his football career. After 17 years at Anfield he's now signed for LA Galaxy and has faced the US press for the first time.
It's been a football club often in the headlines over recent months and today there was a new twist in the story of Blackpool FC.
The Supporters Trust have made a £23 million offer to buy it from the owners, the Oyston family.
The Trust describes the bid as serious and substantive, although there's been no response from the club itself.
Ralph Blunsom reports.
How would you like to get a glimpse of what life was like where you lived a hundred years ago?
Well, now you can thanks to the British Film Institute which has launched a new service, the BFI player, enabling the public to view thousands of unseen films dating back to 1895...for free!
Paul Crone reports.
An accident on the M56 in Greater Manchester has added to an already difficult evening for drivers around Greater Manchester.
One lane is closed due to an overturned vehicle Eastbound between Junction 6 for the A538 (Hale Four Seasons Roundabout) and M56 Junction 5 for Manchester Airport. Congestion is stretching back to Junction 7 for the A556 (Bowdon).
Earlier accidents are still affecting the M6 Southbound at Junction 19 for the A556, the M60 at the Eccles Interchange and the M62 in Heywood.
The sister of one of the victim's of the 7/7 attacks has said it was important to show the country has not been stopped or changed by the terrorism that killed her brother.
Jill Wood was speaking on Good Morning Britain before the one minute silence earlier today. She went to Edgware Road where her brother David Foulkes was killed exactly 10 years ago. He was a newspaper sales manager from Oldham who had just started a new job in the city.
Five men have been arrested as part of a police investigation into the protest that forced the final game of Blackpool FC's season to be abandoned.
The match on Saturday May 2 was abandoned when around 150 people entered the pitch near the start of the second half.
The police say a small minority of people engaged in what are believed to be public order offences. The men, aged 24, 34, 40, 31 and 46, all from Blackpool, were arrested on suspicion of affray and a further two men are due to be spoken to at a later date.
Detective Inspector Jason Richardson of Blackpool Police said: