KT Tunstall, Seth Lakeman and The Levellers alongside Eliza Carthy, 10CC, Show of Hands and The Selecter are playing this year's festival.
Perennial festival favourites Oysterband, Andy Fairweather Low, Peatbog Faeries and the Spooky Men’s Chorale are also putting in special appearances at the event which runs from August 3-6
In many ways we are returning to our roots with a very strong folk line-up which will appeal to the many regulars who come year after year as well as our new generation of fans.
Regulars know what they are getting and they like it. There is a real family-friendly feel to this event. Parents can let their children roam safely while they enjoy the music
Even if you've not read her books, it's more than likely you've seen a film adaptation of a Jane Austen novel. Quintessentially English, the appeal of the novelist, who was born and lived in Hampshire, never seems to dwindle.
The parents warning of the dangers of an acne drug they believe led to their sons taking their own lives.
Their families say the medication, Roaccutane, led to a big change in their personalities and they want to raise awareness of the possible link between the drug and long term depression.
The father of a young woman from Kent who disappeared abroad, is seeking the help of the father of Lucie Blackman who was murdered in Japan, to end the sixteen-year-old mystery.
Louise Kerton left Germany, bound for her home in Broadstairs, and then vanished. Her father, Phil, has never given up hope. Now he hopes that with the help of Tim Blackman, he may yet find new clues that could solve the mystery that has come to dominate his life.
Southsea seafront is famous for it unspoiled viewed across the Solent to the Isle of Wight, but could that be about to change.
Plans have been unveiled for new flood defences along the promenade. Opponents say they've seen designs which show a wall too high to see over, will run along its entire length.
However, the council says the scheme is at an early stage and that critics are being alarmist.
Thomas Hunter has been jailed for six years for causing the death of three-year-old Isla Wiggin by dangerous driving.
The court heard Hunter was travelling at 54mph and only tried to brake a second before running into the line of cars on the A34 in Oxfordshire.
Isla from Fleet in Hampshire, died in a collision on the A34 in Hinksey Hill, Oxfordshire, on 25 August. Her unborn brother also died as a result of the collision.
At the time Isla's family issued a statement saying she was "a loving and caring" daughter who "would have made an amazing big sister".
A lorry and seven cars were involved in the accident, which closed the northbound carriageway for almost 10 hours.
A drunk driver who ploughed into three police cars at speeds of up to 130 miles an hour has been jailed for two years.
58-year-old, Martin Ralfs from Southampton, rammed into the marked police cars during a high speed chase along the M27 and A31, through the New Forest, in April.
Ralfs was seen speeding and swerving across lanes along the M27 in the early hours in his Honda Accord at an estimated 90mph
When police tried to stop him Ralfs tried to overtake, ramming the police car and driving off at around 100mph, rising to 129mph
Knowing that the car was heading back towards the M27, three police cars from the Roads Unit carried out a tactical containment in a bid to stop Ralfs safely.
However he refused to slow down and crashed into the back of two of the police cars.
One spun and crashed into the central reservation and the other one spun into the carriageway, both losing a rear wheel and suffering extensive damage.
The Honda came to a stop on the hard shoulder, Ralfs, who suffered minor injuries, was arrested.
The court heard how he later failed a roadside breath test and further tests revealed he was over the drink-drive limit.
The three officers involved suffered whiplash injuries and bruising. Ralfs was sentenced to 12 months in prison for dangerous driving and three months for drink-driving
He was also given a total of 12 months in prison for breaching the restraining order. This will run consecutively with the dangerous driving sentence, meaning he was sentenced to a total of two years in prison.
It was sheer luck that no one was seriously injured or killed as a result of Mr Ralfs’ reckless driving.
Fortunately, our highly trained roads policing officers were able to deploy specialist tactics to stop his dangerous driving and take him off our roads before anyone was seriously hurt.
His attempts to evade our officers were ultimately futile and I hope that this sentencing sends a clear message to anyone who thinks that drink-driving or speeding is worth the risk – it is not and the consequences can be fatal. He pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and driving while alcohol level above limit.