In the build up to the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War the focus has been on remembering those who served and those who didn't make it home. But what about the contribution that women made?
100 years ago the women of Newnham College in Cambridge feared they would be written out of history. So they created their own record of the war work they'd carried out.
Watch Claire McGlasson's report below.
The trial of two men accused of murdering a retired farmer has been delayed.
Llywelyn Thomas, 76, was found dead in his home in Ely Road, Chittering, Cambridgeshire, on December 18.
Frankie Parker, 26, of Nene Road, Ely, and Gary Smith 21, of no fixed address, both deny murder.
John Smith, 67, of Wold Gate, Bridlington, East Yorkshire, will also stand trial after pleading not guilty to two counts of assisting an offender.
One count relates to an allegation that he acted as a getaway driver and the other that he provided a false alibi.
The trial was due to begin at Cambridge Crown Court today after a jury was sworn in yesterday.
This afternoon the court heard that the trial was not likely to start until tomorrow at the earliest due to legal argument.