The inaugural Bolton Film Festival came to a close last night after two days of film screenings and industry talksRead the full story ›
ITV, in association with the National Trust, Ordnance Survey and The Ramblers, is looking for your best walks in the North WestRead the full story ›
Ted McDermott from Blackburn spent years performing in clubs and as a redcoat at Butlins. Ted is only now releasing his first album..and at the same time dealing with alzheimers. He and his son became an overnight hit loved by all who saw them singing their hearts out on social media.
Fans of Coronation Street will know that weddings in the soap rarely go without a hitch - in fact most of them are a complete disaster. Will tonight's double wedding be the same or will the couples live happily ever after?
Victoria Grimes joined the brides and grooms on the cobbles to find out more:
Southport's Marc Almond is perhaps best known for the number one song Tainted Love with Soft Cell in the early 1980s.
But he is going back to the 1960s for his latest album, Shadows and Reflections - and will be performing it with a live orchestra in Manchester and Liverpool next month.
He's been speaking to Andy Bonner:
Marc will play at Manchester's Bridgewater Hall on October 19 and Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on October 30.
Take That surprised fans in Manchester on Monday night when they took to the stage at the finale of their new musical.
Mark, Gary and Howard performed some of their biggest hits at the Opera House to a delightful crowd.
The musical featured stars of the boyband Five to Five who were found through the TV talent show, Let It Shine. It tells the emotional story of a group of 16-year-old girls whose beloved boyband sound tracks their lives.
- Caroline Whitmore went along.
Liam Gallagher has shocked fans following a tirade against his brother Noel after his big brother stole the show at the Manchester Arena.Read the full story ›
The ITV hit drama Cold Feet is back for its seventh season this week.
It was filmed in Manchester over the summer and our entertainment correspondent Caroline Whitmore joined the cast on set.
She's one of the best known names on television in this country - yet you rarely ever see her on screen.
That's because Lynda La Plante, who's from Crosby, has written some of our favourite TV series.
She's a great storyteller and has written more than 30 books. She's just published a new novel Good Friday about one of her most famous characters - DCI Jane Tennison who we know from Prime Suspect.
An unreleased track by Beatles guitarist George Harrison is to be auctioned along with a series of unseen images of the band.Read the full story ›