What do our children think about the Olympic Games? Fred Dinenage has been finding out - and some of the answers are hilarious
We remember him - or some of us do - the crooner who yodelled his way to the top of the charts in the 60s with songs like "I remember you!"
Fred Dinenage has found out that he has a personal connection to the 100th anniversary of the sinking of Titanic in April 1912.
Fred will be covering the naming ceremony of the Royal Princess by the Duchess of Cambridge tomorrow. We found a short report from 1967 in the archives.....he'll be returning with Sangeeta to virtually the same spot at Southampton Docks tomorrow.
The 41-year-old agreed to show Fred around the European Space Agency's training facility because he was inspired to study science by the presenter's ITV programme 'How' as a child.
In 2010, ITV News Meridian's Fred Dinenage went to meet Major Tim Peake after he completed the first phrase of his training to go into space.
"It was absolutely a dream. For me as a test pilot, to become an astronaut is the absolute pinacle of that career" he told Fred.
"The view of the earth. Everyone says that is the most incredible thing to see".
"Learning Russian has been the toughest thing I have had to do. Your up there by yourself. There is no doctor, no engineer so you need to learn all of these skills".
Next month we'll be marking one of the most famous raids in wartime history and a group of legendary airmen known as The Dambusters.
In 1943 this specially-formed unit under commander Guy Gibson attacked a series of dams in Germany in a bid to cripple the Nazi war effort, using an ingenious bomb designed to bounce along the water - a bomb tested off the coast of Kent and Dorset.
Well 70 years on there are only three Dambusters still surviving and only one in this country. His name is George ''Johnny'' Johnson.
Patricia Stanley, from Wimborne Minster, in Dorset sent in a picture of her and Fred - and here's what happened next!
Fred Dinenage met the children from Bewbushe Academy at Crawley in West Sussex, last year, and got their very unique take on Father Christmas.
VIDEO: Meridian's very own Fred Dinenage received an Honorary Doctorate today from Southampton Solent University. Fred, who was made an MBE in 2010, became a Doctor of Media. How about that!
We remember him, or some of us do, as the crooner who yodelled his way to the top of the charts in the sixties with songs like "I remember you".
Frank Ifield, who once made a record with the Beatles, is back in the south, touring with his protege Nicki Gillis.
Fred went to meet him at a waterside pub in Abingdon.