Unstable airmass across the north of England will give sun and showers for the next few days. Fresher feel until next WednesdayRead the full story ›
ITV's Manchester-based comedy drama Cold Feet is returning, reuniting James Nesbitt, Robert Bathurst, Hermione Norris, John Thomson, and Fay Ripley.
The new eight-part series follows on from the Bafta-winning series of the late 90s when the world was first introduced to friends Adam and Rachel, Pete and Jenny, Karen and David.
Thirty-three episodes and five series the couples earned themselves a place in television history.
“This feels like the right time to revisit these characters, as they tip-toe through the minefield of middle age.
"They’re 50, but still feel 30, apart from on the morning after the night before, when they really feel their age.
The new series rejoin the characters in 2016 with stories written once again by show creator Mike Bullen.
As the series develops we follow the highs and lows of these much loved characters as they, like us, continue to find their way in life.
The new Cold Feet will also introduce viewers to actor and Radio 1 presenter, Ceallach Spellman who plays Matthew, the teenage son of Adam and Rachel.
Filmed on location in Manchester, the new series has been directed by Terry McDonough, Juliet May and Jamie Jay Johnson and produced by Rebecca Ferguson.
Elbow frontman, Guy Garvey, and Peter Jobson, from legendary Manchester band I AM KLOOT, have written the title track 'The Rover Returns'.
"We’re thrilled and flattered that these two iconic sons of Manchester wanted to write and perform an original song to mark the return of Cold Feet.
"Amazing music has always been part the show’s DNA and it’s great to give a nod to the rich musical heritage of Manchester with Guy and Pete’s beautiful new composition."
Liverpool has been chosen as the new Northern headquarters for one of the world’s most renowned medical institutions – The Royal College of Physicians (RCP).
The investment deal is being hailed as more proof of a committment to the Northern Powerhouse championed by former Chancellor George Osborne.
It will be the RCP's first centre of excellence outside London. Liverpool’s successful bid will see the RCP become the first anchor tenant of the Mayor of Liverpool’s £1bn flagship scheme to establish a world leading medical and scientific research hub. Its hoped it will lead to the creation of thousands of highly skilled jobs in the region.
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The three politicians bidding to become Labour's Metro Mayor of Liverpool candidate will meet face-to-face later for a hustings in the campaign.
Luciana Berger, Joe Anderson and Steve Rotheram will address voters at a meeting in Huyton.
The Mayoral election takes place in May 2017.
At the weekend Liverpool One was host to a very romantic gesture to celebrate a 10th wedding anniversary.
The man at the centre of it all was Carl Gilbertson from Liverpool - he wanted his wife to know how much he loves her
And to get the message through he enlisted the help of a choir in Liverpool.
His wife Laura - who has Multiple Sclerosis was moved to tears.
Tim Scott has been to meet them.
A family from Liverpool whose death-bed decision saved the lives of five other people have been thanked ahead of this year's Transplant Games.
When William Lloyd fell and suffered a brain hemorrhage, he was carrying a Donor Card. After a great deal of soul searching, his family agreed his organs could be used for transplants.
Five people received organs after William's death, and now one of those people will be competing the this year's games in Liverpool.
Matt O'Donoghue has this report.
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