One man, two guvnors! Meet the stars of the hit west end comedy coming to the region.
Ahead of his performance at Newcastle Pride on Saturday, X Factor winner Shayne Ward has been speaking to Rachel Sweeney.
Rock legend Brian Johnson, from Gateshead, has been given an honorary degree by Northumbria University.
As Cheryl announces she is a married woman following a secret ceremony to her French boyfriend, fans ask - will Cheryl drop Cole?
If Cheryl Cole has re-married then how can she still be known as Cheryl Cole? #confused
X Factor's announcer guy currently practising "Cheryl Fernandez-Versini!" in his bathroom. He's not happy.
Haha as if Cheryl Cole's gotten married.. Wait why is she still known as Cole? ?
Cheryl Cole married her French boyfriend of three months last week in the Caribbean, the singer and TV star confirmed.
The X Factor judge made the announcement with a picture on her Instagram account, showing the wedding and engagement rings new husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini had given her.
Washington-born musician Bryan Ferry is back in the North East today to receive an honorary degree from Newcastle University.
The Roxy Music front man is being made honorary Doctor of Music.
It will be the second time he's graduated from the University - the first time was in 1968.
AC/DC singer Brian Johnson is now an Honorary Doctor of Music.
AC/DC singer Brian Johnson will soon have an honorary degree from Northumbria University. The 66-year-old, from Dunston in Gateshead, will become an Honorary Doctor of Music.
AC/DC singer Brian Johnson is to be given an honorary degree in Newcastle this morning.
The 66-year-old, from Dunston in Gateshead, will be made an Honorary Doctor of Music at Northumbria University.
Johnson has been the lead vocalist of the Australian rock band since the 1980s.
Organisers of The Great North Run Million Opening Ceremony have announced that Chase & Status will now perform alongside Mark Knopfler who was previously confirmed to be on the bill.
Bill Cowling is show director and says it will be a first in more ways than one.