A former prisoner of war from Berwick who became famous when he forgave his torturers has died aged 93.
Eric Lomax wrote a book about his experiences working on the infamous Burma railway, made famous in the film The Bridge on the River Kwai.
Now another film has been made, this time about Eric.
Derek Proud has been looking back at his life.
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The country's first museum dedicated to coal miners' art showcases the pitmen's desire to tell the hidden story of their lives underground.
The announcement is part of a £500 million cost-cutting drive which will take place over three years.
The force wants to raise awareness of the scale of the problem which affects areas across the UK, including the north east.