An operation to lift 27 tons of scaffolding onto the roof of Winchester Cathedral for repairs to be carried out has been delayed. After months of planning and preparation it was decided this morning that more weight was actually needed as ballast on the gigantic crane that's being used. It's hoped the delicate operation to raise seven huge sections of framework onto the top of the East End of the cathedral will go ahead tomorrow instead.
Winchester Cathedral architect Nick Cox explains why the operation had to be cancelled today.
A discovery in Winchester Cathedral could provide clues to the birth of our nation.
The chests are being analysed after its thought the bones of early royal families of England and three bishops could be inside.
Experts from the University of Oxford and Bristol are working to record and analyse the chests' contents and find out what they could uncover about the nation's history.
John Jenkins who is a music director and was a friend of Sir John Tavener paid tribute to the late Dorset composer today.
The funeral of the renowned composer Sir John Tavener has taken place this morning at Winchester Cathedral.
The 69-year-old was one of the country's most celebrated contemporary composers with his music performed at the funeral of Diana Princess of Wales.
The cathedral at Winchester has provided the backdrop for several artworks in a new exhibition called Creative Collisions. Artists local to Hampshire have worked in pairs to create the display. Asana Greenstreet has more.
Winchester is preparing for Christmas with the opening of its Christmas market, and a lantern parade through the city's streets. Rachel Hepworth reports.
VIDEO: Nineteen million pounds is needed to conserve the building and make many of its treasures more accessible as well as improving the education facilities. The campaign will be launched during a special service.
It's one of the jewels in England's crown, but there's a lot more to Winchester Cathedral than meets the eye. The thousand year old building attracts 300,000 visitors every year, but most of them only get to see the surface. Report from Rachel Hepworth.