Musicians from all over Hampshire are preparing for a feat of endurance - performing all of Beethoven's Symphonies in one day.Read the full story ›
A guide to viewing the solar eclipse safely has been issued jointly by the Royal Astronomical Society and Society for Popular Astronomy.Read the full story ›
The presenter from Oxfordshire has suggested he may have to leave the BBC hit programme Top Gear. Writing in The Sun Newspaper the star likened himself to a dinosaur that nature had made a mistake in inventing.
He went on to say that the day must come when you "wave goodbye to the big monsters".
Clarkson's column expands on the comparisons with the animal kingdom saying that big imposing creatures on the brink of extinction, like the polar bears or tigers, had no place in a world which has moved on.
I don't intend to dwell here on what happened then or what will happen in the future. I'm sure you're as fed up with the story as I am.
The presenter was suspended from the BBC show earlier this week after an alleged 'fracas' with a producer at a Yorkshire Hotel. The next programme, due to be shown on Sunday, has been pulled from the schedule while an investigation is carried out. The BBC disciplinary panel investigating the alleged incident as set to begin hearing evidence next week.
He'd hoped to make a splash by dropping into Sandwich from 10,000 feet - but as it turned out, too many sandwiches were his downfall.
The Free UK Party's Pub Landlord and would-be MP, Al Murray, was banned from a parachuting stunt this morning after weighing in too hefty for the jump.
Unbeaten, he went to Sandwich anyway and we sent reporter David Johns to track his election progress.
He spoke to Al Murray of FUKP and Nigel Askew of the Reality Party.
Al Murray said the jump was off because he had piled on the pounds "due to too much partying" over Christmas.Read the full story ›
It's the biggest show on TV - but is a member of the royal family it's biggest fan? The Duchess of Cambridge was certainly all smiles today as she visited the studios where Downton Abbey is made. Kate was taken on tour of the set - where scenes of the servants working quarters are filmed. Some of the filming also takes place at Highclere Castle in Hampshire. Divya Kohli reports.
It's not unusual for big stars to headline Oxford's popular Cornbury Festival
Sir Thomas Jones Woodward, otherwise known as Tom Jones, is set to headline this year's festival dubbed 'England's most civilised gathering'.
He'll be joined by other acts such as The Fratellis, Razorlight, Blue, Lulu and Only The Young.
The music festival will held on The Great Tew Park in Oxfordshire from the 10th-12th July.
They promise a spectacular show, "filled with magic", combining circus arts with music, dance and theatre.
"Circus Eloize" is coming to the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury and the Mayflower in Southampton, and David Johns has been along for a preview.
He spoke to performers Lea Toran Genner and Samuel Charlton.
Disgraced former children's entertainer Rolf Harris has been stripped of his CBE, according to an official announcement in the London Gazette.
The Berkshire entertainer is serving a jail sentence for indecent assault.
Today marks the start of Oxford Fashion week.
It's the seventh year of the event, showing off the best of fashion and style in the city.
The Week was founded in 2009, and has since grown into an established part of the new fashion week circuit, from high concept to haute couture, attracting top designers from around the world.
It showcases designs from fashion graduates, established designers, and cutting edge artists, in the best venues around Oxford.
You can learn more about the week here