Hundreds of people have gathered in Battle today, to watch the re-enactment of the Battle of Hastings - a clash that defined English History and led to the Norman conquest. The event has returned after a two year break . Andrea Thomas has been watching the action unfold. She spoke to Joanne Stewart from English Heritage.
Teejay Stainer's wish was for the rapper to see his prosthetic "Eminem legs", and it was granted after an online appeal went viral.Read the full story ›
It's being dubbed the next 'Broadchurch' with storylines that will have viewers hooked.
ITV's new drama Unforgotten starts on our screens tonight.
Two detectives try to solve a mysterious death.
Divya Kohli reports.
Presenter and gardener Alan Titchmarsh has been installed as the new Chancellor of the University of Winchester.
The presenter who's originally from Yorkshire has been in Hampshire since the 1980's.
He told ITV Meridian the role as Head of the university means he will be the "public face" of the institution and said it was a great honour to be selected.
Alan Titchmarsh MBE, is the patron of over 50 charities and organisations and of course a household name, but he says he has no intention of slowing down. He didn't go to university himself but is a champion of education and apprenticeships.
"I am hugely looking forward to working closely with the Vice-Chancellor, to make sure that the University continues to maintain its reputation and goes from strength-to-strength. It will be a challenging role but one that I shall relish.”
The broadcaster, who's also a novelist was officially welcomed into the role as Chancellor at a ceremony today, our reporter Andrew Pate was also there.
Lewis returns to our screens tomorrow night for a ninth series!
The detective drama is filmed in the most stunning locations the south has to offer, including the beautiful university city of Oxford.
Divya Kohli reports:
One of the stars of hit ITV show Downton Abbey has joked about following in the footsteps of British soaps and doing a live TV episode.Read the full story ›
Police are urging music fans, who are victims of ticket fraud at Bestival, to contact them as soon as possible.
Officers were alerted before Bestival started on 10 September. A number of people from Brighton reported that they paid for tickets, but had not received them.
The investigation is continuing and, so far, police have confirmed there are more than 250 victims.
Police have set up a web page with an online form.
There is also an e-mail address: email@example.com
International Rescue. Brains. Lady Penelope. Ring any bells? Yes, Thunderbirds ARE go...again!
Fans of the TV series - which first hit our screens 50 years ago - have raised thousands of pounds for a team of film-makers to make three new episodes in the style of the originals.
The show was created by husband and wife team Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, who lived in Henley-on-Thames. Mike Griffiths reports from Tracey Island.
Unsung heroes, charity campaigners and fundraisers have been recognised in this year's Daily Mirror - Pride of Britain Awards.
A galaxy of stars came out in force last night to honour the inspirational people who've made a real difference.
This report by Tom Savvides contains flash photography.
The World renowned locally based jazz singer, Liane Carroll and popular local band, The Kytes are getting together to back the campaign to help twin town, Hastings in Sierra Leone.
The town is still recovering from the devastating Ebola outbreak and from the recent floods which have hit the area.
They will be playing at the Friendship Link's Charity Ball at The Montgomerie Suite, Bannatynes Hotel on Saturday 31st October.