It should be a big week for the cinema in the UK with the release on Monday of 'Spectre', the latest James Bond film in the 007 franchise. So where better to see it than at the best theatre in Europe, which happens to be in Sussex. Our reporter Andy Dickenson has been to check it out.
The interviewees are: Kevin Markwick the owner of the Uckfield Picture House. The story includes promotional video from the new James Bond film Spectre, courtesy of Sony Pictures UK. Footage of Hamlet from the National Theatre Live, and Billy Budd from Glyndebourne Productions.
The mother of Hollywood actor Orlando Bloom has picked two school children from Canterbury to take lead roles in a production of her own.
Sonia Copeland Bloom - who wrote a series of children's books about mini-beasts - is producing an animated pilot to pitch to broadcasters and film studios. Sarah Saunders reports.
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It's the classic tale of good versus evil - much of it filmed in the dockyards and streets of the Medway Towns.
'Jekyll and Hyde' is a Victorian classic.
Caroline Whitmore caught up with some of the cast and crew at the launch of the new period drama.
Star Wars Episode 7 The Force Awakens is out just before Christmas. And there's one man for whom the film will be the highlight of the festive season. Toys and collectables from the first six films are as sought after today, as when they were first issued almost 40 years ago.
Simon Parkin gives a special mention on the show tonight to all of those who came to our open newsroom day, here at ITV Meridian.
ITV newsrooms opened their studios to young people today so they could find out how we make the news weather and web. ITV News is working with the the Creative Diversity Network to organise the day and broadcasters including Channel 4, Channel 5, CNN and the BBC are all taking part.
Participants are taking part in workshops and learning about the range of skills needed for news production. ITV Meridian presenters Fred Dinenage, Sangeeta Bhabra and Simon Parkin, along with the production team have been involved in giving the group a day they will never forget.
"Open Newsrooms is a fantastic opportunity - I wish something like this had been around when I was trying to break into the industry. I'm delighted we are working with CDN again to make this such a great day."
The first Open Newsroom Day was held in October 2014 and across the nation, 30 newsrooms opened their doors to over 500 young people interested in a career in broadcast journalism. One hundred journalists from across the country supported the event by sharing their stories on how they got started in news and by tweeting photo of themselves.
“The Open Newsroom Day is a fantastic opportunity for young people from communities that are under-represented in newsrooms to experience, first hand, the reality of a working newsroom and to network with those working in the industry. The CDN News Industry Working Group have created a successful template which engages young people across the country, opens doors and encourages their ambitions for a career in the industry.”
A controversial statue commissioned by famous spoon bender Uri Geller has vanished - just a week after its unveiling. The statue of the bent spoon caused some controversy on the Thames Towpath in Sonning. Wokingham Borough Council said it hadn't received the necessary planning permission. The statue has not been reported stolen to police.
Screams from the oldest roller-coster in the country have not been heard in Margate for almost 10 years - but today the vintage attraction is rolling once again at Dreamland. The scenic railway wasn't ready for the park's grand re-opening in June - but now the ride is back - and ready to thrill. Sarah Saunders took a ride.
The Scenic Railway at Dreamland in Kent opened today for a special preview for members. The newly renovated Grade II listed attraction can be tested by the public from 10am on Friday. The wooden railway was damaged in an arson attack in 2008.
Ahead of tomorrow's public re-opening of Dreamland's historic The Scenic Railway rollercoaster our reporter, Sarah Saunders, is there. She will have a full report later.