Brighton has been the backdrop for many a film and television drama over the years, and now another is on the way.
A spin-off to the cult classic, Quadrophenia, is being planned, telling the story of a young boy who is bullied for being different.
As Charlotte Wilkins reports, it will feature some of the original cast. She speaks to director Devlin Crow, Kennedy Crow, and actor Mark Wingett.
Stars of the stage Benedict Cumberbatch and Kent's Mark Rylance will go head to head at the Olivier Awards.
Hamlet actor Cumberbatch and Farinelli And The King star Rylance are both nominated in the best actor category alongside Sir Kenneth Branagh for The Winter's Tale, Adrian Lester for Red Velvet and Kenneth Cranham for The Father.
This is Cumberbatch's first nomination, while Rylance has been nominated eight times and won twice.
Nicole Kidman is in the running for her star turn in Photograph 51, earning her first Olivier nomination.
She is joined in the best actress category by Kent's Gemma Arterton for Nell Gwynn, Denise Gough for People, Places And Things, Janet McTeer for Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and Lia Williams for Oresteia.
The Olivier Awards, now in their 40th year, will be hosted by Michael Ball.
A private funeral service for late magician Paul Daniels was held in Buckinghamshire today.
His wife, Debbie McGee, and his three sons, were joined by scores of friends and relatives at the Milton Chapel at Chilterns Crematorium.
Gloria Hunniford and Bonnie Langford were among the mourners. A silver wand was placed on a blue cushion at the front of his coffin.
From the humble beginnings of a hoopla stall at a travelling fair, to a holiday camp empire, Billy Butlin made his fortune in family entertainment.
His first resort opened 80 years ago and three sites remain here in the UK. Despite the added competition that's come from cheap flights and package holidays, one and a half million people still visit Butlin's every year, as Lauren Hall reports.
A private funeral service for late magician Paul Daniels took place today with scores of friends and relatives arriving to pay their respects to the iconic British entertainer.
Shortly after 12:15pm this afternoon, a hearse pulled up outside the Milton Chapel at Chilterns Crematorium in rural Buckinghamshire.
His wife Debbie McGee, cloaked in black, exited a black limousine as the funeral procession made its way into the chapel.
Among the crowds were Mr Daniels' nephews and his three sons Paul, Gary and Martin.
Some familiar faces blessed the Amersham-based crematorium with their presence including comedian Barry Cryer, television presenter Gloria Hunniford - dressed in a striking blue blazer - actress Bonnie Langford and lyricist Don Black whose work has appeared in classic films such as True Grit and The Italian Job.
As the mourners prepared to take their seats, the ivory-white coffin marked with two joker playing cards was carried into the chapel.
The casket was adorned with a beautiful bed of red roses which carried a photograph of Debbie Mcgee on top, with a tribute message reading: "Love you always, Debbie xxx."
At the front of the coffin a silver wand was placed on top of a blue suede pillow in tribute to Mr Daniels' much celebrated profession.
Actor and comedian Ronnie Corbett died today aged 85 surrounded by his family, his publicist has said.
A statement from his publicist said: "Ronnie Corbett CBE, one of the nation's best-loved entertainers, passed away this morning, surrounded by his loving family.
"They have asked that their privacy is respected at this very sad time."
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Two giant humming sound pods will be arriving in Reading today to as part of the town's year of culture.
The spheres play calm and soothing music that hums. Visitors to the Broad Street attraction can hug the globes and feel the reverberations.
The people behind the scheme say the spheres play calm and soothing music that hums. The pods will be at Broad Street all day. Visitors to the attraction can hug the globes and feel the reverberations.
Cliff Michelmore, a national broadcasting legend - with his roots firmly in the South, and an old colleague of ours - had died at the age of 96.
He worked with Fred back in the 70s and 80s and was interviewed by him six years ago. And they've kept in touch ever since...
There have been tributes today to the magician Paul Daniels, who died at his Berkshire home in the early hours of this morning. He was 77.
The television entertainer had lived with his wife, Debbie McGee, in Wargave for many years. He had been diagnosed, in February, with an inoperable brain tumour and had been attending appointments at Reading's Royal Berkshire Hospital.
He was well known in the village and, today, his family thanked everyone for their support. Mel Bloor reports.