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History spectacular Kynren set to return to North East

A show chronicling more than 2,000 years of English history which attracted more than 100,000 visitors in its first year is returning to the North East this summer.

Congratulations flood in for new parents Cheryl and Liam

Family, friends and fans of X Factor judge Cheryl and her One Direction boyfriend Liam Payne have been offering their congratulations after they became parents.
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Rachel Allen.

Food and Drink: Rachel Allen says food evokes such memories

The world might just latching on to an idealised Nordic way of life, but chef Rachel Allen has long been fully conversed in it.

Eating Out
Masterchef returns to BBC One.

TV choice: 5 of the best shows to watch this week

If you watch nothing else this week, give these shows a go...
TV and Film
AC 12 are back in Line of Duty.

TV highlight: Line of Duty - return of the cop show that beats all the others

When DCI Roz Huntley (Thandie Newton) captures a serial killer, Forensic Coordinator Tim Ifield (Jason Watkins) alerts AC-12 to a possible miscarriage of justice.

TV and Film
Caters Get Rich.

TV choice: What to watch on TV and streaming this week

Check out our Weekend Magazine TV editor Stuart Chandler's picks for the coming week.
TV and Film
Samantha Morton and  Lesley Manville face off.

TV interview: At the heart of this tale of the capital’s brothels is a family saga

London 1763, the capital of the world, the most cosmopolitan place on Earth. One in five women in London is making her living selling sex. In some areas brothels, run by indomitable Madams, are to be found on almost every street.

TV and Film
Fancy getting out and about for English Tourism Week?

Unmissable events for English Tourism Week

Celebrate English tourism, vibrant visitor experiences and world-renowned attractions during English Tourism Week, which starts tomorrow.

Whats on
Rasberry Bombs, with a chocolate coating sauce.

Recipe of the week: Healthy raspberry Bombs

When you’re trying to eat healthy, it’s really important to have some healthy snacks at hand.

Eating Out
Keira Knightley as Juliet in Red Nose Day Actually. Picture: Trailers Promos Teasers on YouTube.

New teaser trailer for Comic Relief Love Actually sequel released

A new teaser trailer for the much anticipated Love Actually sequel filmed in aid of Comic Relief sees actor Andrew Lincoln brandishing his famous flash cards as the cast also poke fun at one of the film's stars Colin Firth.

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Creeper play at Newcastle University on Monday.

Seven gigs which North East music fans can see this week

There's plenty of nights out to choose from this week for the discerning North East gig-goer.
Catwoman in Batman

WIN: Tickets to see movie musical Iconic at Sunderland Empire

A show which brings together music from blockbuster films such as Kill Bill and Batman is heading to Sunderland - and you could be there for free.

Theatre and Comedy
Hartlepool's Race for Life in 2016.

Give a special Mother’s Day gift to charity and Race for Life

Hartlepool mums and daughters are being urged to unite for Mother’s Day and join the fight against cancer by entering Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life.

Band members of Space.

Space named as latest headliners of Hartlepool’s new rock festival

A Hartlepool rock festival has named another headlining act.

Hartlepool Male Voice Choir and Hartlepool Ladies Choir are getting ready to perform together on April 1.

Hartlepool choirs joining forces in fundraising night for Mayor’s Charity

Choirs are set to come together in a musical evening for good causes in Hartlepool.

John Otway has survived in a changing pop world.

Review: John Otway, The Cumberland Arms, Newcastle

It's 40 years since the punk rock explosion of 1977 when John Otway with Wild Willy Barrett broke onto the scene with the double-A side hit Really Free and Beware of the Flowers (Cos I'm Sure They're Going to Get You, Yeah).

Women admit they never wear some of their purchases, but buying things makes them feel better.

How much we spend on clothes every year - and why we go on shopping sprees

The average Brit spends more than £1,000 a year on new clothes every year, new research has revealed.
Only one out of 28 food categories are on track to meet 2017 salt reduction targets, a survey has found. Pic: PA.

Salt survey reveals which foods are failing to meet reduction targets

Only one out of 28 food categories are on track to meet 2017 salt reduction targets, a survey has found.
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Some of the accents have been ridiculed in the new series of Vera.

Crime drama Vera under fire over 'abysmal' North East accents

Crime drama Vera has been criticised by viewers who claim the Northumberland accents on the show are "abysmal".

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The Northern Lights over St Mary's Lighthouse near Whitley Bay. Pic: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire.

Pictures which prove you don't have to go to Iceland to see the Northern Lights

Sky watchers seeking a Northern Lights display often think their best chance lies in Iceland.
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