The Summer Sets On The Beach concert in Weston-super-Mare has announced its first ever line-up of acts.
Eddie the Eagle was at the Weymouth Sea Life Park to open a bird of prey show and dive in a tank full of tropical sharks.
The first four of 70 Gromit sculptures to be designed by internationally-renowned artists have been revealed in Bristol.
Students from the National Star College at Ullenwood near Cheltenham are in the final of tonight's Food Glorious Food. Their dish, a Pimms Jelly, has impressed the judges throughout the ITV programme for budding cooks. A copy of their recipe is here
He made his name in Neighbours, played Joseph in the West End and now Jason Donovan is stepping out in the hit musical Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
You can see him at the Hippodrome in Bristol until 27 April and then he moves onto the Princess Theatre in Torquay.
Tanya Mercer caught up with him in his dressing room...
Four well-known artists and designers have hand-painted Aardman's famous animated dog, Gromit.
Paul Smith and Cath Kidston are just a few of the famous names taking part in the Wallace and Gromit Grand Appeal. Organisers hope the sculptures will raise money for the Bristol Children's Hospital.
The sculptures are currently being kept at a secret location before being unleashed onto Bristol's streets in July.
Our reporter, Tamsin Eames, was invited to a first glimpse.
Giant sculptures of Gromit, Aardman's famous animated dog, have been painted by artists and celebrities ahead of them being unleashed on Bristol's streets.
They'll be put on display in July, before being sold off to raise money for the Childrens' Hospital.
Take That superstar Gary Barlow was in our region today beginning a star-studded charity drive around the country - along with Chris Evans, Brian Cox and James May.
They set off from Lands End this morning and this afternoon stopped off at Cribbs Causeway near Bristol, much to the delight of thousands of stunned shoppers.
Francesca Carpenter reports on the celebrity road trip:
Hundreds of people were at Cribbs Causeway to greet celebrities Gary Barlow, Chris Evans, James May and Brian Cox.
The four set off from Lands End early this morning in a pink Rolls Royce. They're heading to John O'Groats to raise money for Breast Cancer Care.