Filming is underway at Kings Street in Bristol today for the new episode of hit crime drama Sherlock.
Take a look at some of our undercover snaps below - it seems Sherlock could have travelled back in time?
The Jewel which is lavishly made of gold, enamel and rock crystal, will go on display in Taunton having been returned by Oxford University.
It also bears a famous inscription which translates as 'Alfred ordered me to be made'.
Historians have assumed that King Alfred the Great commissioned the Jewel, and that it may have been his gift to the abbey at Athelney which he founded in thanksgiving for his defeat of the Vikings in 878.
The jewel will go on display from Saturday 31st January.
15 -year old Katie Swan has reached the final of the girls' singles in the Australian Open.
After losing the first set in her semi final 0-6, she made a remarkable comeback to win 2-1.
The Bristol-born teenager is due to play her final at 1pm local time - which is 2am tonight if you're planning to watch from the UK.
There are severe delays on the M4 between J18 and J17.
One lane closed due to roadworks in both directions between J18 A46 (Bath / Tormarton) and J17 A350 / A429 / B4122 (Chippenham).
Work has begun to restore part of the Tropicana at Weston-super-Mare. It is hoped some of the building will be opened to the public in time for the summer.
The site in Weston-super-Mare has remained virtually derelict since the open-air swimming pool closed in 2000.
The Alfred Jewel, one of the most celebrated treasures from Anglo-Saxon England, is returning to Somerset for the first time in nearly 300 years.
The jewel, which dates from the late 9th century, was found near North Petherton church in 1693.
The jewel will be on display in Taunton throughout February
Police investigating a murder in Bath on Christmas Eve want to speak to anyone who was in the area on the morning of Wednesday 17 December.
Detectives want to hear from anyone who may have seen two men crossing over from the Esso garage side to the river side.
The body of Thomas Downey was found under a railway arch on the Lower Bristol Road, near Bath railway station.