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Where the world of the fashion catwalk descends upon the NEC
Jack is on tour again, so he can "spend less time with the family"
Team GB's effort were nothing short of heroic and inspirational. As part of a series, we'll be speaking to some of it's members
Witness the awesomeness....
Abz talks to comic book artist Mike at the London Film and Comic Con
Alcon is a fun and friendly anime convention taking place at De Montfort University in September
Do you have a classic or vintage car or motorcycle which could be exhibited to members of the public?
Birmingham NEC 11th - 13th November
Saturday 19th July, Northfield Park, Blaby. Proceeds go to the Harley Staples Cancer Trust and The Laura Centre
We head to the impressive Clothes Show, hosted by Gok Wan.
Petrolhead heaven at the NEC
Hollie visits the British Ski and Board show at the NEC to check out the latest gear for the piste.
Anime and manga fans descend on Leicester for Alcon 2010.
The summit descends on Nottingham to discuss the upcoming GameCity festival.
The Lord-Lieutenant’s Award recognises and rewards the achievements of young people from across the city and county.
ALCON 2010 hits Leicester!
The co-operative presents the British Music Experience at the 02 London.
The energy saving initiative that will take place from October 11-17 across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
Huncote Pavilion have been running an excellent summer scheme and...actually, we'll let two of the young people there tell you about it.
The Tardis lands in Nottingham, bringing with it Charles Cecil, James Moran and a huge Doctor Who themed celebration. Are you ready for this?
GameCityNights Episode 5 plays host to Katamari creator Keita Takahashi speaking about his new release, Noby Noby Boy and his upcoming project whilst overseeing people playing with...Play-Doh?
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.
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.
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.