Thousands of George Michael fans will be heading to Goring-on-Thames to mark what would have been his fifty fourth birthday. The singer died at his Oxfordshire home on Christmas day. Fred talked to Vanessa Cooke, landlady of George's local, the Catherine Wheel.
Thousands of George Michael fans will be heading to Goring-on-Thames to mark what would have been his fifty fourth birthday.
The singer died at his Oxfordshire home on Christmas day.
A series of events are planned including a charity fundraiser in aid of one of the charities he supported.
Kasabian are preparing for their eagerly awaited performance at the Reading Festival. They treated their fans to an intimate performance in St Laurence's Church, Reading. Interviews with Reading (and Leeds) Festival boss Melvin Benn, and lead vocalist Tom Meighan.
After sixty years in showbusiness, you might have thought Sir Cliff Richard would be taking things easy. But the singer, who lives in Sunningdale in Berkshire, has just recorded a new album and is back on tour...
On Sunday he'll be performing at Stansted Park on the Hampshire/Sussex boirder. It comes after police were forced to apologise to Sir Cliff, when they dropped their investigation into sex abuse claims. Now he just wants to get on with making music. Kevin Ashford went to meet him
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The World Custard Pie Championships will be held today in Coxheath, Maidstone, attracting people from across the world.
The contest began as a way of raising funds for the village hall. The public are admitted free and the competition starts at midday. Younger throwers will take part in the Battle of Sponges at 1pm, before a parade of teams at 2:30pm. And then battle commences...
Dreamland in Margate has reopened at a cost of £25 million. John Ryall reports.
The Towner Art Gallery in Eastbourne in Sussex has one of the most extensive collections in the South East. It houses more than 4,000 works of art and hosts more than 100,000 visitors annually.
However staff say that plans to halve the grant it receives from the local authority could jeopardise the Towner's future. The local authority - Eastbourne Borough Council, says that in harsh economic times it has to protect frontline public services. Malcolm Shaw reports.
The interviewees are Emma Morris from the Towner Art Gallery; Fred Dimbleby, a student journalist; and Elizabeth Muir Lewis from the Eastbourne Arts Circle.
Southampton pop star Craig David has cancelled his homecoming gig at Hampshire's Ageas Bowl.
The singer will instead play four dates at the Mayflower Theatre in September, because of what his promotors are calling 'unavoidable circumstances'.
Anyone who has already bought a ticket will be offered a seat at one of the Mayflower shows within the next 48 hours.