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Stars in their Eyes back for live revival

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The famous musical talent show Stars in their Eyes in which amateur lookalikes and soundalikes impersonate their favourite singing stars is back- for a one-night live special in June.

Get ready to hear contestants say those magic words again…‘Tonight Matthew, I’m going to be…’

Ever wondered what happened to some of those winning contestants? In this live revival Matthew Kelly will catch up with some of them and watch them perform live one more time.

But as this is a Prevent Breast Cancer event, there will also be a platform for the next generation of talent.

Just Charlie: Rochdale writer's moving coming-of-age drama to be aired on TV

A writer from Rochdale has written a moving drama about a family dilemma which is being aired on TV.

'Just Charlie' is the story of football star Charlie who has the world at his feet. With a top club desperate to sign him, the future is seemingly mapped out.

But Charlie feels trapped in the body of a boy and also wants to live up to the family's expectations.

Writer Peter Machen says he's overwhelmed by the response the film has received by both critics and audiences around the world.

Its won the prestigious Audience Award at last year's Edinburgh Film Festival along with numerous awards internationally and has receive worldwide critical acclaim.

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Bury primary school children become internet stars for doing The Floss

A video of primary school pupils mastering a dance craze that's sweeping across the globe is going viral.

The footage of youngsters from Tottington Primary School in Bury and their teacher Simon Hunt doing The Floss has now been watched more than 65,000 times.

Sarah Rogers went to meet them.

'It was unforgettable': Bernie Clifton on his Last Laugh in Vegas

What happens when a group of British showbiz legends are let loose in Sin City?

ITV is about to find out in a new five-part series called 'Last Laugh In Vegas'.

The show sees some of the most famous names from comedy, music and variety from the 1960s, 70s and 80s give it one last shot at putting on their dream gig in the variety capital of the world.

Among them is Bernie Clifton, who was born in St Helens, Lancashire. We sat down with him to find out... was it alright on the night? And who was the biggest diva in a household of legends?

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Sir Ken Dodd's funeral held in Liverpool

Thousands have turned out to say their last farewell to Sir Ken Dodd as his funeral was held in Liverpool. And as well as the tears there were plenty of smiles along way - exactly how Sir Ken Dodd would have wanted it.

As Jimmy Tarbuck said Sir Ken was playing to a packed house for the last time.

And many of his friends from the world of showbusiness were there to say goodbye and to mark the end of an era.

Andy Bonner was there.

Doddy Day in Sir Ken's honour

Sir Ken Dodd was a man who generously gave his time to a number of good causes - among them the radio station at Clatterbridge Hospital in Wirral.

He was a patron of the station, which broadcasts to patients and staff. So to say thank you - Radio Clatterbridge staged a very special event....Doddy Day.

Ann O'Connor was there as they went on air:

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