Children from across the south launched this year's celebration of cathedral music.
More than eighty choristers and thirty lay clerks (adult singers) from Chichester, Salisbury and Winchester Cathedrals opened the three-day Southern Cathedrals Festival.
It is taking place at Chichester Cathedral until 24th July.
Winchester Cathedral is organising special tours on Wednesdays until October. The tours are free of charge, but normal admission charges apply. Booking is required, and spaces are subject to availability.
Winchester Cathedral is hosting its first ever stonemasonry festival. It will see skilled workers from across the country showing their skills while encouraging visitors to have a go themselves. On Sunday 10 July the finished works will be on display, with an opportunity to meet the masons.
It's half way through Ramadan for many Muslims who've been fasting in the region. During the holy month those observing the fast can't eat or drink during daylight - which at the moment is about 17 hours. Prayer and giving to charity are important aspects of the month. And Muslim families and community groups have once again encouraged people of different faiths to share Ramadan with them.
Elaine Willcox reports.
Archaelogists from the University of Reading are beginning another dig at the site of what they say is one of Britain's most important - but little explored - prehistoric monuments.
Marden Henge between Stonehenge and Avebury was built around 2400 twenty four hundred BC. It's the second year of a three year project. Researchers hope to find out more about life during the Stone Age.
Stonemasons from around the UK will be taking part in an unusual event at Winchester Cathedral next month. On Friday 8 and Saturday 9 July the masons will be taking part in a carving competition, working publicly in the Cathedral Inner Close. Visitors to the event will be able to watch them at work, find out about stonemasonry, have a go at carving and enjoy a festival atmosphere.
A celebratory weekend marking both the Dean's retirement and the Queen's 90th birthday will be held on 11 and 12 June. There will be a street party on the Saturday. Attractions will include live music, vintage fairground rides, street organ and family-friendly activities.
He was one of the most famous Archbishops of all time but today Henry the second's troublesome priest was returned to Kent - 800 years after he was murdered.
A small piece of Thomas Becket's elbow has arrived at Rochester Cathedral attracting hundreds of visitors.
The 12th century Archbishop of Canterbury is one of the most important English Saints of all time after he was reportedly killed on the orders of the King for standing up for the church.
Andrea Thomas was among those witnessing the arrival of the relic.
Andrea spoke to Professor Louise Wilkinson from Canterbury Christchurch University.
YMCA and The Children’s Society are to present a compelling portrait exhibition, called ' Hidden', at Winchester Cathedral, next month. It tells the story of young carers – often invisible to society – who face huge responsibilities and unimaginably difficult choices. 'Hidden' reminds us that while the official figure of young carers in the UK is 166,000, this is only the tip of the iceberg.
The ringing of church bells on a Sunday morning is a tradition which goes back centuries. But for one church in Berkshire, the bells have gone silent, because the tower which houses them - was unstable. But now - thanks to engineers at the Atomic Weapons Establishment in Aldermaston - the bells could SOON ring again. Cary Johnston reports.