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Keita Takahashi, creator of Katamari, speaks to The Jitty about his latest release, Noby Noby Boy, and his newest project, a playground design for Nottingham.
A brand new Community Centre in Barwell.
The group called Odd socks with the 8-12 year old childeren from the local area partner up with John Gallas to get those creative poetic words working.
We take a look at the Huncote Hornets and their BMX track.
Shakespeare gets a horror make over at the Globe.
Music for Heroes’, the inaugural event of which in 2010 will be centred on the geographical heart of the country in Leicester.
The winners of the ‘Bebo’s Big Think’ – Sex. Worth Talking competition headed to London for a ‘Girls Night In’ at the luxurious Hotel Russell and a ‘Boys Night Out at the Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes, hosted by MTV BASE presenter, Zara Martin.
Wanted: Young Board members for a Creative organisation
A bloody and outrageous Irish comedy
BSF or Building Schools for the Future is the largest programme in England to improve and build new schools. The aim is to improve your schools and give you a better chance in life.
Ordinary people, extraordinary lives.
Three young people from around the country had the unique opportunity to pitch their ideas to the Prime Minister at a full Cabinet meeting.
Motorbikes, scooters, clothing and bike accessories.
Arthur Miller's post-war drama comes to Leicester's Curve theatre...
Leicesters family friendly Coffee and Sandwich bar
Be prepared, for a trip to Switzerland by the Girl Guides.
The world needs more hopeless romantics they say, but can it get a bit creepy?
Some of the best musical acts around descend on Leicester's DMH and Vicky Park for the 9th annual Summer Sundae Weekender. We send our reporter Rosanna along to check out the action...
Amazons third visit to the Gambia
Girl Guiding UK is the country's largest girls voluntary organisation, with 575,000 members!
The legendary Download Festival returns to Donington Park for the seventh year. Music, hilarty and sunburn follow.
Network Rail hope that their No Messin' event will not only inform young people about safety on the railways, but provide a good day out for everyone
3 days of laid back, sunny, folk-fuelled bliss...
6 stages, over 100 artists, music, comedy, poetry and more...
The massively successful music expo set to hit us in November!