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A group of talented north-east artists has been commissioned to showcase their work at this year's festival of light.
Miss Treadway & The Field Of Stars takes the format of a classic detective novel.
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Craig David, The 1975 and Tinie Tempah are among the acts set to perform at this year's War Child Brits Week concerts in London.
Jasmine Waltz has been booted out of the Celebrity Big Brother house in a surprise eviction.
The new series of Call The Midwife had to be rewritten after Miranda Hart pulled out, its creator has said.
The BBC's new wildlife presenter Gillian Burke has said she was horrified to be blamed for "breaking up" the Springwatch team.
Sir David Clementi cleared the latest hurdle in his appointment as the new BBC chairman after he won the backing of MPs.
A number of island homes are set to feature in a new BBC Alba four-part series on the development of rural housing in Scotland.
It's been a frustrating start to the season for snowsports fans but Gavin Reid decided to take the risk and head to Glencoe resort with his friends Phill Mcgrath and Simon Whitey.
Animal lovers can now follow the adventures of Tiana the goat who had a tiny GoPro camera attached to her jacket on Monday.
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A Staffordshire Bull Terrier who swallowed a kitchen knife has been saved after undergoing emergency surgery.
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Kirsty Robertson is the APA music development coordinator and an APA Engage music tutor.
A second episode of Jeremy Clarkson's new show filmed in the Highlands will go online later this month.
A lantern-lit procession along the River Ness will be the finale of a weekend of events in celebration of the national bard.
Expectant mums who eat for two are not harming their babies in the long-term, according to new research.
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The woman behind the popular Shetland crime series - Ann Cleeves - reveals which fictional detectives make it into her top five.
As we welcome in a new year, many of us make new resolutions welcoming change.
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