A pet dog has been hailed a hero after saving the life of an elderly neighbour who was lying trapped in her hallway after a nasty fall.Read the full story ›
Fred interviews the actor Hugh Bonneville about what he's been up to since 'Downton Abbey' ended and asks if there will be a film.Read the full story ›
A wildlife fan has turned herself into a rare species - by getting a huge tattoo of naturalist Sir David Attenborough on her arm.Read the full story ›
The owner of a lucky black cat - saved after she was found wedged into a two inch gap between two buildings - has spoken of her rescue.
Jon Harper discovered little Pheobe pinned between his house and garage in Hassocks. Firefighters were forced to cut a hole into a wall to get her out.
A group of divers from Portsmouth have been recognised for their work mapping the remains of one of the biggest construction projects ever undertaken in Britain.
Two Mulberry Harbours were built along the coast during the second world war and were towed across the Channel to play a vital role in D-Day. Richard Jones reports.
The interviewees are Alison Mayor and Jim Fuller from the Southsea Sub-Aqua Club; and Jane Maddocks from the British Sub-Aqua Club. Underwater footage from Martin Davies.
It was a sunny start to the bank holiday weekend, but that hasn't stopped a Tornado sweeping into one of the region's tourist attractions.Read the full story ›
Comedian Russell Brand rewarded a "guinea-pig" audience in posh Henley-on-Thames by giving each of them a cupcake, carefully placed on every seat in the town's theatre.
Controversial Brand was trying out 90 minutes of new material on the theatre-goers - a full house at 234 - before embarking on a tour of America.
The witty comic, whose patter was littered as usual with expletives, gave up on several unpopular sketches during the one-man show delivered to his neighbours who sold out the performance within an hour of tickets going on sale. Brand now lives in the riverside town and told tales of being rebuked by a Henley farmer for straying from a footpath while walking his pet dog.
A name has been chosen for Reading's new pedestrian and cycle bridge following a public vote.
The shortlist included four potential names:
- Christchurch Bridge
- Cusden Bridge
- De Montfort Bridge
- William Marshal Bridge
The consultation ended at 5pm today, and by popular vote the crossing at Caversham which opened last September will now be called 'Christchurch Bridge'. The crossing over the River Thames links the Christchurch Meadows park to the town centre and Reading railway station.
A bird got confused by its own reflection when it caught sight of itself in a car mirror.
Driving instructor Ian Storm captured the Long Tailed Tit while waiting to start a lesson in Locks Heath in Hampshire.
A new £200 million ship could be named Boaty McBoatface after an online poll was run to find a name for the vessel.Read the full story ›