Sailor-turned documentary maker Des Cox owns one of the world's biggest maritime archives: a celebration of the golden years of British shipping.
When he was handed reels of film from the 1920s - film that was about to be thrown away - he expected it to come to nothing. Not least because the film was in an extremely fragile state.
Then - as he inspected the frames - he saw an image that looked familiar. It looked like The Titanic. A lot like The Titanic. It led to the most important discovery of his career. John Ryall went to meet him at his home in Saltdean near Brighton.
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It's one of the biggest music events in the country. Thousands of people have arrived in Berkshire for this year's Reading Festival.
Anyone travelling this weekend is likely to face severe delays. Millions of extra cars are expected on the roads.
The forecast for the Bank Holiday weekend from Helen Plint.