Coca-Cola's Christmas truck has touched down in the north east which can only mean one thing...The holidays are coming!
The Coca Cola Christmas truck arrived at Tesco, Kingston Park which marks the vehicles sixth year in the region. The truck will be touring the north east as part of its 44 location visit across the UK.
Times and Dates
Nov 23 2016
1PM - 9 PM
Tesco Newcastle Upon Tyne, Brunton Lane, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE3 2FP
Nov 24 2016
1PM - 9PM
Asda Sunderland Superstore, Leechmere Road, Industrial Estate, Sunderland, SR2 9TT
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The second and final part to ITV's crime drama 'Dark Angel' will air tonight (November 7) at 9pm.
The drama is based on the true story of Mary Ann Cotton, known as Britain's first female serial killer.
It tells how Cotton, who was originally from Houghton-le-Spring, set about poisoning her victims with arsenic over an eight-year span in an attempt to benefit from insurance money.
Some suggest the number of victims could be as high as 21 and it is thought Cotton murdered her own mother and 11 of her 13 children.
Watch Helen Pearson's report here: