It's the biggest celebration of digital culture and technology in the country, and it's happening throughout September.
The Brighton Digital Festival is underway, with 200 events in 100 venues. It brings together musicians, engineers and artists. In fact, just about anyway who uses digital technology in their work.
Malcolm Shaw spoke to Hugh Jones of Senseries, Simon Riley of Maker Club, Jesse Black Mooney of Brighton Digital Festival, and Mark Vidler and Graham Daniels of Addictive TV.
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The line-up has been revealed for a popular annual music festival based in Kent.
Russell Kane, Nerina Pallott and the Noisettes complete the line-up at this year's Hop Farm Music Festival.
This follows the earlier announcement that Grace Jones will headline the event on the 4th-6th July.
Hop Farm Music Festival’s Neil Butkeraitis commented: “This is our first year in charge of the Hop Farm Music Festival, and, having started with a clean slate, we couldn’t be happier with our inaugural line-up.
"We’ve got three bona-fide legends headlining and fantastic music both familiar and new all weekend, plus killer comedy and brilliant activities right across the farm. So, I think it’s safe to say, for all round entertainment, this year’s festival is breaking new ground for Hop Farm”.
It's been confirmed that the Arctic Monkeys will headline this year's Reading Festival.
The band will perform at the event which is held just off Richfield Avenue over the August bank holiday weekend.
The sixth annual Henley Literary Festival gets underway later today. Hundreds of people are expected to attend the event to listen to award winning novelists, politicians and journalists in a line up that includes Ann Widdecombe and Dame Stella Rimington. The festival runs until October 6.
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The Brighton Festival draws to a close tomorrow after hundreds of performances attended by tens of thousands of visitors.
One of the highlights of this year's event has been the return of the circus - with artists from across the globe performing in all manner of styles.
Andy Dickenson meets some of the producers and performers including David Bates, producer of La Clique, performers Stephen Williams and Ashley Carr, and Camlle Beaumier of No Fit State.
Brighton Pride have announced the theme for this years spectacular celebrations in Preston Park for Saturday 3rd August.
Gay Icons is the theme for 2013 placing emphasis on the vast array of Iconic LGBT campaigners an celebrities that have shaped LGBT culture and equality.
Expect to see a deluge of Gagas, Monroes, Madonnas, and Freddie Mercurys. Other important Icons will be Oscar Wilde and Quentin Crisp. “There are so many important and influential people for us to celebrate as a community" says Paul Kemp of Brighton Pride.
The lineup for this year's Cropredy music festival in Banbury has been announced. Alice Cooper, Levellers and 10CC will all be taking to the stage. The three-day festival is expected to attract an audience of up to 20,000.
Thousands of people have been attending the Hops and Harvest Festival in Kent. It's all taking place at the Museum of Kent Life near Maidstone and is a chance for the younger generation to learn about what was once the county's most important industry.
In Victorian times 250,000 people worked on the hops during the four to six week season. Archive pictures in this report are from 'Hop Pickers Holiday' courtesy of Heathwood Studios.
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