Luke Friend, from Devon has his final rehersal ahead of this weekend's X factor
Luke Friend, the 17 year old from Teignmouth in Devon, will continue his battle for survival tonight in the live finals of X-Factor.
Honiton's ancient hot penny-throwing ceremony takes place today. Here we explain what it is and how it started.
It has been closed for the past six months while its front has been literally ripped off and put back on again.
The Theatre Royal in Plymouth reopens its doors for the first time after its £7million revamp on Thursday night.
It is one of the most important regional theatres outside London - bringing in £26million to the local economy.
Now the 30 year old Theatre has a new look to take it into the future.
The finishing touches are being made ahead of the grand re-opening of Plymouth's Theatre Royal. The revamp has cost seven point five million pounds and has transformed the front of the theatre.
It opens tonight with a production in the Drum Theatre before the grand opening night of Warhorse in the main theatre tomorrow.
A horse from Devon that was the inspiration behind what has become one of the most popular children's books ever, has been back in his home village this week for the first time, in 100 years.
It was not not the real-life one though.
The life size puppet of the horse Joey, from the stage production of War Horse has been out this week ahead of the start of a nationwide tour of the production, which opens at Plymouth's Theatre Royal later in September.
A £7.5 million project to revamp Plymouth's Theatre Royal is nearing completion.
The scheme has included improving public areas and adding a third auditorium. The exterior has also been re-landscaped.
Plymouth City Council and the Arts Council have given substantial grants towards the cost.
The latest film by rom-com writer Richard Curtis, which was shot in Cornwall, is about to go on general release.
"About Time" was partly filmed in St Austell Bay last summer and stars Bill Nighly and Rachel McAdams. Local landmarks that feature include Vault beach, the fishing village of Portloe and St Michael Penkevil Church.
A new album by Cornwall's Fisherman's Friends is released today.
One And All is the first release since the death of band member Trevor Grills in February.
The record's release was put back after the tragedy but features Mr Grills' vocals on the song Mary Anne with the agreement of his family.
The red arrows will be kicking off Weymouth Carnival in Dorset on Wednesday.
The stunt planes will perform a fly over at 2pm before the procession gets going.
Derry's Clock in Plymouth is to be given pride of place as part of the redevelopment of the Theatre Royal. The historic landmark will be the focus of a new public space designed to be more accessible and in keeping with other parts of the city.
Doc Martin, one of ITV's best-loved dramas, returns to our screens shortly - putting Port Issac and Martin Clunes back in our living rooms. But Mr Clunes has a number of other strings to his bow - not least organising the Buckham Fair near Beaminster in Dorset at the weekend.
The event attracts more than 10,000 people, and our reporter Katie Rowlett was one of them.