9:56am Wednesday 20th April 2016
A team of architects have been in York judging entries for this year’s York Design Awards. STEPHEN LEWIS joined them on a tour of inspection.
9:00am Sunday 10th April 2016
Puffins and piers, beaches and beauty spots, surfers and sunshine - what's not to like?
11:25am Wednesday 13th April 2016
Nadia Jefferson-Brown's verdict on Riverdance's opening night at York Barbican.
11:16am Tuesday 12th April 2016
I have been visiting friends, who are unwell and feeling rough. Ann is post operative and Sarah is having chemotherapy. Both friends have experienced some horrible times through life, as well as good times.
10:30am Saturday 9th April 2016
A chance find in a Selby charity shop brought to light the life - not to mention the recipes and household management tips - of a very Edwardian domestic goddess. STEPHEN LEWIS reports
2:16pm Thursday 7th April 2016
ALL eyes will be on Aintree again this weekend, for Britain's most famous race: The Grand National.
5:50am Friday 8th April 2016
A tiny village near Malton has been making national headlines. MATT CLARK went to see what all the fuss is about
12:39pm Wednesday 6th April 2016
Our latest gallery showcases the beauty of the North York Moors.
8:30am Tuesday 5th April 2016
A new book shines the light on North Yorkshire's land girls, forgotten heroines of Britain during wartime
9:47am Friday 18th March 2016
Fairfax House will next month launch a new mystery tour for older children, featuring a gallery of Georgian mouse characters and a stolen necklace. STEPHEN LEWIS has an exclusive preview...
10:00am Saturday 12th March 2016
Our obsession with body image dates back centuries as a new exhibition in York reveals. MAXINE GORDON takes its measure
7:40am Tuesday 8th March 2016
Spring-clean workshops on money, image, confidence and fitness are being held in York as part of the women's week festival - and all for a good cause
11:06am Wednesday 2nd March 2016
Speaking during eating disorder awareness week, a York student has told of her experiences of being admitted to hospital twice for treatment for anorexia and her battle to recover.
11:56am Tuesday 1st March 2016
THEY always say a drop of oil is the best way to fix a squeak...
9:57am Friday 26th February 2016
Stephen Lewis reports from the train everyone was talking about...
11:56am Thursday 25th February 2016
Air base's poignant tribute to Second World War heroes
9:43am Monday 15th February 2016
Four extraordinary Yorkshire women are nearing the end of their epic 3,000 nautical-mile voyage across the Atlantic in a tiny rowing boat. STEPHEN LEWIS reports
12:24pm Sunday 14th February 2016
Word master Gyles Brandreth will share his love and knowledge of the English language with a Pocklington audience when his show "Word Power" visits the East Yorkshire town.
10:50am Saturday 13th February 2016
HARROGATE'S luxurious Old Swan Hotel is in for a long weekend of murder and mayhem this July.
9:03am Wednesday 10th February 2016
BUSINESS editor Laura Knowlson visits York-based chocolate maker Choc Affair as it celebrates its first decade in business.
10:15am Thursday 4th February 2016
Going blind couldn't stop York author Anna Baldwin writing a wonderful introduction to the glories of medieval English literature - though she had to finish it with a little help from her friends, finds STEPHEN LEWIS
11:51am Wednesday 3rd February 2016
A wonderful new historical atlas of York peels back the city's layers of history one by one. It's the culmination of 43 years of work for archaeologist Peter Addyman. STEPHEN LEWIS reports
6:00am Tuesday 2nd February 2016
A CAMPAIGN to show images of mothers breastfeeding their babies has been launched in North Yorkshire. Kate Liptrot speaks to Charlotte Southren, a woman on a mission to normalise breastfeeding.
3:40am Thursday 28th January 2016
Did you know the Bake Off star started out right here in York?...
1:04pm Monday 25th January 2016
York St John only became a university ten years ago. But it has been around as a higher education institute much longer than that. In fact, this year it celebrates its 175th birthday. STEPHEN LEWIS reports
10:19am Wednesday 20th January 2016
An exhibition at the National Centre for Early Music tomorrow will give you a chance to find out more about plans for a new £2 million visitor centre at Clifford's Tower. STEPHEN LEWIS reports
12:00pm Tuesday 19th January 2016
FIRST there are two elastic bands. The teenager loops them round his fingers and begins some deft moves, making them link, then separate, then with a shake of his hand they suddenly weave through his fingers. At the next shake, they disappear completely.
10:43am Monday 18th January 2016
YOU probably won't have heard of Private Samuel Buttress. He was an ordinary enough man - the son of an Osbaldwick publican who moved to Heworth before he went off to war.
7:20am Tuesday 12th January 2016
AS scoops go, this one is pretty impressive.
4:00am Tuesday 29th December 2015
Curing your own salmon couldn’t be much easier. It’s really impressive and is a perfect excuse to make these light and fluffy blinis. Everything needs prepping ahead so it’s ideal for a New Year party. The longer you leave the salmon the better the flavour, so try and resist the temptation to jump in too soon.
1:23pm Wednesday 23rd December 2015
DURING the first year of this century, family firm Boyes decided to donate a sackful of toys to be handed out in hospitals on Christmas morning to children who were too ill to spend the big day at home.
7:30am Tuesday 22nd December 2015
FOR sheer cuteness, it's hard to beat ten tiny tots tottering around on their tip toes in pink tutus.
7:00am Saturday 19th December 2015
THERE'S nothing like the smell of oranges and mixed spice and carols playing in the background to get you in the mood for Christmas.
7:10am Friday 18th December 2015
OUR rendezvous is York city centre, 11am on a cold Thursday morning.
7:20am Tuesday 15th December 2015
Charity workers in York are taking an information roadshow to pensioners to make sure they are ready for winter
12:00pm Tuesday 15th December 2015
You're never too young to bake, that's the message from a new cookery class for the under fives
7:00am Tuesday 15th December 2015
Adrienne French had a fulfilling and challenging job as a nurse working with people with life-limiting conditions - but was always passionate about painting.
6:00am Thursday 10th December 2015
THESE days seeing youngsters onboard a plane may be nothing unusual, but it was in the 1930s. Powered flight had only been conquered three decades before, Imperial Airways was Britain's only international airline and it took a full eight days to arrive in Singapore.
7:00am Tuesday 8th December 2015
We visit the York office where standing up is the new sitting down and ask: is it better for your health?
7:20am Tuesday 1st December 2015
YORK teenager Jade Pownall ended up sleeping on a camp bed in her nana's house after her parents split up.
7:10am Tuesday 1st December 2015
CHARLIE is a bully. He is rather plain, and his favourite pastime is taking snacks from others. He has a nick-name: "leather jacket", because he looks like he is a member of a tough gang.
12:26pm Thursday 26th November 2015
At an age when most men would be happily retired, York diving instructor Brian Goddard still regularly dives to the bottom of the sea in search of sunken ships. He spoke to HELEN MEAD
11:19am Wednesday 25th November 2015
A public appeal raised £150,000 for York Against Cancer to buy and run a new minibus taking patients to Leeds for radiotherapy. FRANCINE CLEE hitched a ride to experience a day in the life of the service.
See which gems you've yet to discover....
7:40am Tuesday 24th November 2015
Looking for an unusual Christmas present? MAXINE GORDON reports on some novel gift ideas by a team of York artisans CHRISTMAS is just four weeks away - so let the shopping begin.
7:00am Tuesday 24th November 2015
BENDU is just 12 years old and lost all 13 members of her family to ebola.
7:00am Monday 23rd November 2015
WHAT does the Lord Mayor ever do for York?
12:43pm Friday 20th November 2015
An exhibition at York Cemetery on Saturday will commemorate the 86 men from Fishergate and Fulford who gave their lives in the First World War. STEPHEN LEWIS reports
2:40pm Wednesday 18th November 2015
STORM Barney has been passing through Yorkshire, hot on the heels of Storm Abigail.
4:00am Tuesday 17th November 2015
York food writer Sam Stern shares his recipe for mussels steamed with wine & tarragon