Revellers are getting ready for a brand new festival in Maidstone this weekend featuring bands like Sister Sledge and Brand New Heavies.
Veteran BBC broadcaster Sir David Frost has died from a heart attack aged 74, his family said.
Thanet Council's plans to create a multi-million pound heritage amusement park have come under attack at the High Court.
Tamera Foster from Gravesend in Kent made a shock exit from the X Factor after being voted off the show following a sing-off with Luke Friend. The 16-year-old may be out of this weekend's grand final but she's not out of the spotlight.
Two weeks on, Ruje Yasmin went to meet her, to find out about her experience on the show and her plans for the future
Celeb Chef Heston Blumenthal has been cooking aboard HMS Victory at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
It's part of the show Great British Food which is shown on Channel 4.
In the new series, Heston reveals the secret history of some iconic British dishes and then transforms them, as only Heston can.
Crowds of people packed the centre of Canterbury in Kent today, for the city's annual St Nicholas Parade. It celebrates the life of the 4th century priest who was the inspiration for Santa Claus. Andrea Thomas reports.
She spoke to Canon Jim Rosenthal, the vicar of St Nicholas at Wade and she asked passers by if they knew who St Nicholas was.
Crowds of people packed the centre of Canterbury in Kent today, for the city's annual St Nicholas Parade. It celebrates the life of the 4th century priest who was the inspiration for Santa Claus. The parade goes from the Westgate towers to Canterbury Cathedral
An abseiling Father Christmas got stuck at Winter Wonderland in Chatham
He had to cut off his beard to escape.
It already houses the world's largest collection of James Bond cars. Today the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu in the New Forest hosted two James Bond stars - Honor Blackman who played Pussy Galore in Goldfinger, and Richard Kiel who was Jaws in two movies.
They were the guests of honour at the Bond in Motion exhibition, which will end its run there in January. Honor Blackman spoke to Meridian and explained how even now she's asked to speak her lines from Goldfinger from 1964.
Paul O'Grady's ITV early evening chat show was instead hosted by singer Michael Ball yesterday.
Sadly Paul's feeling poorly, but join Michael Ball and guests tonight, it'll be a hoot!
Presenter Stephen Mulhern said he had been brought in to front today's show, tweeting:
Have just had a call to stand in for Paul O Grady tomorrow live at 5 on ITV. Get well soon Paul I will look after the show for you!
TV stars took to Twitter to wish O'Grady their best.
Phillip Schofield said:
Sending lots of love to Paul O'Grady tonight. Get well soon mate x
Television presenter Paul O'Grady is in hospital after suffering an angina attack, a friend has said.
The 58-year-old comedian, who has had two heart attacks previously, told radio DJ Pete Price he was undergoing surgery today.
In a text message sent to Mr Price yesterday, he said: "I have had an angina attack and I will need a few days' rest.
"I am going to be out of the game for quite a while, and am going in for surgery tomorrow."
Mr Price told the Liverpool Echo that O'Grady had been overworking.
"When I saw he wasn't on TV I texted to ask what had happened and he told me about it. He is a total workaholic, and I have told him he needs to take things easy," he said.
Projectionists and movie-goers are gearing up for the eleventh annual Cinecity film festival in Brighton.
Films will be shown at venues across the city including the state-of-the-art new Duke of Yorks theatre at the Komedia.
The three week event includes a global mix of premieres and opens tonight with Hollywood Oscar hopeful 'Nebraska' starring Bruce Dern.
We speak to festival co-director Tim Brown.