Our cameras were out in force at WOMAD festival in Wiltshire - here's a gallery of pictures from Sunday
Our weatherman Bob Crampton goes behind the scenes at the Bristol Hippodrome to see how they make it rain every night amid all the sunshine
Johnny Depp is heading for Britain's most inland port to shoot the latest Tim Burton film Through the Looking Glass.
Charlie Lenehan from Britain's Got Talent duo Bars and Melody says they under estimated how many people would come to their single signing. He told Good Morning Britain that around 3 thousand fans a day have been turning up and they only had 8 hundred copies of the single to give out.
– Charlie Lenehan
"We're meant to be there for about 2 hours but we end up spending 4 or 5 hours signing. We're just really thankful to all the fans for supporting us even when we can't meet them properly and sign the CDs because there's none left."
Bath's skeleton bob champion Amy Williams has got engaged to her boyfriend after just 12 weeks.
She met Soldier Craig Ham on the dating website Tinder. The 31-year-old Olympic Gold Medalist told Hello! Magazine that she had given up looking for love in her home town of Bath.
– Amy Williams
For me, Bath is such a small city, everyone knows everyone. So you don’t meet new people. I had reached the conclusion that I was just going to be happy on my own.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has admitted to a likeness with "Wallace" from the popular "Wallace and Gromit" films, made by Bristol's Aardman Animations.
But he says politics rather than his image is what is important to him.
In a wide-ranging speech to the Royal Institute of British Architects he said:
– Ed Miliband MP, Labour leader
I am not from central casting. You can find people who are more square-jawed, more chiselled, look less like Wallace.
One of the region's best known festivals starts today. WOMAD is known for attracting artists from around the world to Charlton Park in Wiltshire. The three day event will see 106 artists perform from 42 countries.
Aardman's Shaun the Sheep has been voted the Nation's favourite children's TV character.
Animators at Patchway in South Gloucestershire are busy working on a new Shaun film. Laura Makin Isherwood has visited the studios and spoken to the director of the feature, Richard Starsak.
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