Journal columnist and TV agony aunt Denise Robertson hopes Britain's Jews will resist Israel's call for them to emigrate
Three North East venues are supporting Independent Venue Week with a series of gigs showcasing new musical talent
Police watchdog slammed for delay in probe into officers who fabricated evidence against striking miners
Local talents are hoping a series will be commissioned after this week's dramas featuring moral dilemmas in a Durham town
Christmas is a busy time in the restaurant kitchen for our top chefs but how do they like their own Christmas dinner served?
Songs from Wham, Simon and Garfunkel and John Williams' theme to Superman were among the musical choices from the South Shields born comic
Oz Clarke is one of the nation’s best-loved wine experts. Jane Hall caught up for a ‘swirl, sniff and slurp’ with the World Wine Tasting Champion
Businessman and star of BBC programme, The Apprentice, says robust action is needed to make businesses 'wake up' and pay on time
The national spotlight is on Lindisfarne and Cragside's historic gardens as they appear in a new TV series
Writer and poet Kate Fox says a project to explore a First World War disaster in the North East is teaching her valuable lessons
Packed event highlights the companies doing most to add growth to the region's economy
MIPIM UK is the first UK property trade show gathering all professionals looking to close deals in the UK property market at the three-day event, from October 15 to 17 at London Olympia
Michael Chaplin has been specially commissioned to write several episodes of Tommies, a series set to run in real time over the next four years
New ticket numbers show more people are going to see girl comedians than ever before... but the gender gap is still ridiculous
The director of BBC England writes for The Journal on the corporation's plans for the North East and says there is much to look forward to
The redeveloped North Shields Fish Quay pub, run by masterchef finalist John Calton has been shortlisted in the Great British Pub Awards
How We Are is the first book in a trilogy by Dr Vincent Deary and examines the power of habit and our resistance to change
As the BBC current affairs series makes its return on September 1, presenter Chris Jackson reveals the North East investigations in the pipeline
Should bakers have enlisted Consett's PremiAir to take the heat out of the Baked Alaska controversy?
Game of Thrones actor Ian McElhinney talks about the double life that sees him directing hit play Stones in His Pockets
Morrisons also admit they did not have the artist’s permission and they had breached his legal rights by the misjudged joke
Geoff Wonfor, director of The Beatles Anthology, to share his memories at Whitley Bay Film Festival
Sunderland-born broadcaster highlights "forgotten" work on the home front as nation remembers WWI
The stars are joining the cast of the CBBC show The Dumping Ground, which is filmed in Newcastle
Comedian and Hebburn creator Jason Cook talks about his forthcoming stand-up tour
Show highlighting In Praise of Limestone was recorded for a BBC Radio 4 programme during an evening at the Lord Crewe Arms in Blanchland
A new drama series called Harriet's Army was shot in the North East as part of the First World War centenary
Broadcaster Tom Heap will chair a discussion on balancing supply of meat with environmental concerns.
The North East's greatest broadcaster speaks about Brazil, football and getting drenched with Tony Pulis underneath Jesus
A four-piece from Saltburn by the Sea are making waves with their debut album and are preparing for the Stockton Weekender
The Minister for Prisons says one thing, the Chief Inspector of Prisons says another, but who should the public believe?
Tom Gutteridge on how he bought Kevin Turvey's naff anorak - and then Rik Mayall's genius took over
An event, costing in excess of £1m, will celebrate the one millionth finish of the Great North Run in September
The tragic early death of comedian Rik Mayall sparked memories for David Whetstone, who saw in The Young Ones shades of his university experiences
North East actress Alice Stokoe makes her debut in the hit West End show Mamma Mia!
Viewers of an axed BBC costume drama Paradise aren’t willing to let it go without a fight
As CBBC Live broadcasts from Tyneside we take a look back at children's TV over the decades
The speech Martin Luther King gave to Newcastle University students in the 1960s is the focus of a new TV documentary
Broadcaster Kate Adie visited BAE Systems Munitions in Washington for a new BBC film commemorating the start of WWI
Lady Sybil Grey from Northumberland will feature in a special programme for the BBC about life during World War One