An incredible archive of images dating back to the 1950s has been ucovered in a dusty old filing cabinet in Brighton.
It belongs to George Douglas who spent much of his career in Hollywood, photographing film stars such as Audrey Hepburn, Tony Hancock and Peter Sellars for magazines including Picture Post and Life.
And as Charlotte Wilkins explains, some of the images have never been seen before. They're now on show at Brighton's Open Houses Festival.
The Canterbury born actor Orlando Bloom has joined the likes of Johnny Depp and Doris Day. The 37-year-old has been awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame - cementing his celebrity status. Bloom starred in the Lord Of The Rings and Pirates Of The Caribbean.
A top Hollywood producer is helping to raise money for a children's hospital in Sussex that saved the life of his friend's daughter.
Gregory J Bonnan, the creator of Baywatch, is dedicating an episode of his latest show to little Sabrina Blencowe.
The four month old could have died without the care of staff at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Brighton.
Malcolm Shaw has her story and hears from Sabrina's father Martin, Dr Kamal Patel and Louise Bartha of the Rockinghorse Children's Charity.
It's been transformed into a film set more than forty times - and Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire STILL gets regular calls from movie directors wanting to shoot scenes there.
To celebrate its rich screen heritage, it's opened an exhibition featuring costumes worn by stars from Kenneth Branagh and Kate Winslet to Charlton Heston as well as props from the sets.
Kate Bunkall has been talking to Antonia Keaney.
Supporters of a pub in Southampton fighting a Hollywood Studio for the right to call itself "the Hobbit" are raising funds to cover the landlord's legal fees.
Hundreds of people are attending a fundraising party at the pub in Bevois Valley. A special auction with items donated by Stephen Fry and Neil Gaiman will be held later.
After paramedics Martin Macarthur and Luke Sullivan restarted Mr Dempster's heart, Hoffman said: "Great job, guys," The Sun reported. Mr Dempster was taken to hospital and underwent life-saving surgery. Mr Dempster told the newspaper: "It's unbelievable."