Sarah Parish and James Murray raised funds for the £4 million paediatric and trauma centre at Southampton General Hospital.Read the full story ›
A new interactive walk has been opened which recognises musicians from across the world who performed in Brighton and Sussex.Read the full story ›
Along with his co-creators, Mr Firmin brought joy to generations of children with his skilfully-crafted animated creations.Read the full story ›
Emmerdale fans know the programme has a reputation for tackling tough issues. Actors say the current storyline has brought them to tears.Read the full story ›
Other highlights during the weekend are Liam Gallagher, The Killers, Depeche Mode, Travis, Van Morrison, Blossoms and James Bay.Read the full story ›
The recognition for the outgoing Network Rail boss is a ‘slap in the face’ for commuters, critics said.Read the full story ›
Would you take it for a drive or for a walk? That's the dilemma facing chauffeur Justin Scrutton who's created a unique mode of transport that's turning heads in Dartford.
Some might even say that the man known for his love of animals has now gone barking mad - as Andy Dickenson explains.
The largest arts event of its kind in England - the Brighton Festival - draws to a close today and as part of the celebrations a local estate was given a small festival of its own.
This is the second time the 'Your Place' weekend of free performances, sports and workshops has been held.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Naomi Alexander of Brighton People's Theatre, Jaqui Somers, Committee member, Your Place, and Beth Burgess, Executive producer, Brighton Festival.
The theatrical production of 'War Horse' is on at the Mayflower Theatre in Southampton.Read the full story ›
We all spend so much time rushing around, how often do we take time out to watch, relax and contemplate?
Well, an artist in Brighton has given his audience just that opportunity - as he attempted the almost impossible - balancing huge granite boulders on top of each other.
For some it was painstaking, others were mesmerised - but in the end - did it all come crashing down? Andy Dickenson was there to witness Nick Steur's slow-building drama.