If you missed any of our Daybreak bulletins this Tuesday morning, Amanda Piper brings you a full round up of what's happening in the region today. And to find out what's in store with the weather, Simon Parkin has the forecast.
The headlines today:- Rail Boost - The biggest ever upgrade of the rail network in the south has been announced as part of a £38 million investment by Network Rail. The priority will be an additional 100,000 seats on routes to London.
Two Firsts! The first ever Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire is to become the first in the role to appoint a Chief Constable. Angus Macpherson is exercising the power which comes with the newly elected role.
Funding Boost - The Bodleian Library has secured £1.2million to help buy the personal archive of British inventor and photographer William Henry Fox Talbot. It now needs to raise another £1million to acquire the collection.
More top news
More than 1,200 people have come together in Wiltshire to break the World Record for 'The World’s Largest Live Nativity'.
A protest has taken place against planned closures of libraries in Swindon. The council wants to save £1.5million from its libraries budget
Olympian Sam Quek has been voted out of 'I'm a Celebrity' narrowly missing out on the final which takes place tonight.