The "pirate" radio station, Radio Caroline is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
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.
Thousands of people have travelled to the Isle of Wight for this weekend's annual music festival. The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Calvin Harris and Kings of Leon are just some of the acts performing this year.
Making a choice between watching England in the World Cup tonight or the big act of the day was a dilemma for some. A big screen has been set up on site to show the match. We asked some festival-goers, including former Pompey goalie David James, what they would be doing. Dave Russell reports.
The Fuse Medway Festival 2014 is underway this weekend. The event transforms the area's streets into open spaces with free arts events. The opening parade was the Medway Heroes Carnival - Walking in the Footsteps of Giants - celebrating the areas historic figures and local heroes.
The rest of the weekend will feature circus, theatre and dance performances and a Big Picnic in Rochester on Sunday. For more information you can visit the Fuse Medway Festival website.
The cast of Star Wars Episode VII are pictured at Pinewood Studios taking part in a script read through.
Harrison Ford, who was injured during filming yesterday, is pictured talking to director JJ Abrams.
The Health And Safety Executive has launched an investigation into the incident.
An HSE spokesperson said: “We have been made aware of an incident at Pinewood studios and are making initial enquiries.
Star Wars actor Harrison Ford has broken his ankle during filiming of the new Star Wars film, according to reports.
The BBC claims that the 71-year-old sustained the injury after a garage door fell on him while on the set of Star Wars: Episode VII at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire.
Ford, who plays Hans Solo, was airlifted to John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford for treatment yesterday.
A spokesman for Thames Valley police said: "We were called just after 5pm to reports of a 71-year-old man being injured in an incident believed to involve a garage door."
Disney, which now owns the Star Wars franchise, says filming will continue while Ford recuperates.
Hollywood star Harrison Ford has been admitted to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford after being injured on the set of the latest Star Wars film.
The 71-year-old actor is reported to have suffered an ankle injury whilst filming at Pinewood Studios, in Buckinghamshire.
Thousands of people are arriving on the Isle of Wight today for the start of the annual music festival. The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Calvin Harris and Kings of Leon are just some of the acts performing there.
The World Cup starts next Thursday. And while many of us are arguing over which team will win - There's another fiercely fought battle going on.
The fight to become this year's top World Cup SONG.
As Andrew Pate found out, a group from Horsham are hoping their charity tune will come out on top.
He spoke to songwriter SImon King and keyboard player Graham Noon.
The Song "Sing Out for England" (Brazil 2014) is raising money for Cancer Research UK.
Ever thought to yourself when you were on the train home, how nice it would be if we all burst into song?
Well for Martin Clews who had just been out to celebrate the release of his son's first single, that's exactly what he wanted.
The sing-song happened on the Ashford bound train from London to Victoria on Friday much to the delight of all on board.
Mr Clews, a chartered surveyor and strawberry grower, said:
"I had been celebrating the release of my son Dan’s new single “That’s Enough For Me” over a glass or two of champagne with friends in London.
"It seemed to me that like minded ‘bon-viveurs’ in my carriage might enjoy a jolly song on their way home. So I chose a lively number called 'Beastie' which has become somewhat of a favourite in my rugby club and this went down well with the passengers.
"Dan, who appears at Glastonbury this month, has also been seen performing on trains returning to Sevenoaks from playing gigs in what appears to be a family tradition."