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
7:20am Tuesday 17th November 2015
YORK newly-weds Lou and Greg Harrand should have had the perfect start to married life with a dream holiday in Thailand.
1:17pm Monday 16th November 2015
Miles Salter is a poet, a musician, and the director of the York Literature festival. But he's now also a children's author. STEPHEN LEWIS reports
8:00am Friday 13th November 2015
YORK is preparing to stage its biggest Christmas ever with a festival of fun for all the family lasting 35 days.
7:40am Wednesday 11th November 2015
York photographer Andrea Denniss has scooped a prestigious pet photography award. She tells MAXINE GORDON how she creates her animal magic
12:30pm Tuesday 10th November 2015
ANCIENT hand-dyeing techniques are being brought to the 21st century by two young designers who have launched an online fashion business from York.
12:00pm Tuesday 10th November 2015
We all know who are the victims of domestic abuse. Or do we? MAXINE GORDON reports on a new campaign to help the unseen victims
12:00pm Saturday 7th November 2015
How do you like your goat? MAXINE GORDON visits York’s new Caribbean restaurant with the totally tropical taste
12:20pm Wednesday 4th November 2015
Wildlife artist Robert Fuller is passionate about protecting threatened species at home and abroad. Ahead of his next exhibition which opens on Saturday he told LARA LAMBERT how we can all play our part
7:20am Wednesday 4th November 2015
IT'S pitch black and I am bent double, squeezed into a tiny cubbyhole with only my senses for company. I flinch as I hear the heavy boots thumping across the floorboards above. There's a scraping sound, as if heavy furniture is being dragged across the floor. The raised voices become louder, the footsteps nearer, there's a flurry of urgency then the sickening sound of metal against metal; my mind imagines the worst. Is it a sword being drawn from its sheath?
7:10am Tuesday 3rd November 2015
WHEN Helen Butters decided to take up a new hobby she never imagined that four years later she would be spending Christmas Day rowing across the Atlantic - probably with nothing on.
7:00am Saturday 24th October 2015
TV chef Gino D'Acampo is about to embark on his first tour. MAXINE GORDON breaks bread with him ahead of his date in York
8:00pm Friday 23rd October 2015
Whether your feeling flush or bust, there's an on-trend coloured coat for all budgets this season
8:00pm Monday 19th October 2015
MAXINE GORDON meets the North Yorkshire artist who was orphaned in Liberia as a baby - and is returning home for the first time in 45 years
2:50pm Sunday 18th October 2015
"When I was at school I was great at history… oh wait, no I wasn't."
8:00pm Sunday 18th October 2015
The new movie Suffragette shines the spotlight on women campaigning for the vote in London - but what about their protesting sisters in York? MAXINE GORDON shares their stories
6:40am Tuesday 13th October 2015
MAXINE GORDON finds out how to inject some red carpet glamour into your make-up routine
See which gems you've yet to discover....
7:40am Saturday 10th October 2015
York writer and illustrator Tim Hopgood tells MAXINE GORDON how his latest children's book took shape
7:10am Saturday 10th October 2015
Chocs away! MAXINE GORDON celebrates Chocolate Week by embarking on a very sweet tour of York
6:30am Tuesday 6th October 2015
As Breast Cancer Awareness Month begins, MAXINE GORDON speaks to a York survivor with a positive message
7:10am Saturday 3rd October 2015
Autumn is the season of the switch. MAXINE GORDON reports on the new fashion essentials
7:20am Tuesday 29th September 2015
Splash out on bags of style Beat the 5p bag charge with a touch of BYO carrier chic. MAXINE GORDON picks the best shoppers around
3:02pm Sunday 27th September 2015
Ian McNabb is one of those artists that commands respect in the music business: a devoted musician who never really made it big but has doggedly kept going with numerous album releases and thousands of live shows.
2:59pm Sunday 27th September 2015
Promising to take audiences on a ‘Magical History Tour’ of the original Fab Four and their remarkable rise to fame, the Upbeat Beatles have come to York looking to replicate the music that shaped a generation.
8:10am Saturday 26th September 2015
Make mine a Guinness - with ice-cream. MAXINE GORDON places her order at York's first licensed gelateria
5:06pm Friday 25th September 2015
Darcy Oake said people were either sceptics of magic or believers.
11:46am Friday 25th September 2015
CAKE tastes better together, is the motto being used to promote the Macmillan Giant Coffee Morning which takes place today.
IMAGINE giant trampolines with net walls, suspended nine metres off the ground between towering trees, with other trampolines above and below you.
10:11am Wednesday 16th September 2015
The Women's Institute is 100 years old today. MAXINE GORDON reports on why it is still going strong in its 100th year
2:04pm Tuesday 15th September 2015
MAXINE GORDON invites you to pig out on some tempting recipes from one of York's favourite cafes - all in a good cause
9:30am Saturday 5th September 2015
Autumn is poised for a bohemian rhapsody as floppy hats, floaty skirts and fringing return to vogue, reports MAXINE GORDON BOHO is the best sort of fashion for autumn.
9:10am Saturday 5th September 2015
York's food festival will encourage us all to get cooking, reports MAXINE GORDON
7:00am Friday 28th August 2015
The greatest threat we face may not come from nuclear war, climate change or economic meltdown - but from humble bacteria that are becoming ever more resistant to antibiotics. STEPHEN LEWIS spoke to the York scientist heading a new national charity dedicated to fighting back against the bugs
11:33am Monday 24th August 2015
It's not often an entire waterway is painted by a single artist, but MATT CLARK meets one who has done just that.
10:53am Wednesday 19th August 2015
After its hugely successful Playing Trains exhibition, the National Railway Museum is about to change tracks. MATT CLARK reports.
10:36am Wednesday 19th August 2015
Simon Mayo and Chris Moyles cut their teeth on hospital radio. MATT CLARK meets a York DJ who is still practicing his bedside manner.
10:10am Tuesday 18th August 2015
On the eve of the Ebor festival, MAXINE GORDON follows a dress code that declares no jacket required DRESSING for a day at the races is as simple as wearing... a dress.
8:00am Saturday 15th August 2015
York artist Emily Harvey is producing an installation inspired by the things that matter to us most to complete the Heritage Lottery Funded: York - Gateway to History project.
7:40am Thursday 13th August 2015
HE'S snapped them all, from The Rolling Stones to Eric Clapton. MATT CLARK meets York's top music photographer.
3:22pm Wednesday 12th August 2015
A York man's memoir about his time as a Japanese prisoner of war has been published in time for V-J Day, reports MAXINE GORDON
6:30am Wednesday 12th August 2015
For some, being 65 is all about putting your feet up and celebrating a well earned retirement. Not Mike Smith, though, he decided it was the perfect age to take on an epic road trip. He's now back and MATT CLARK went to meet him.
11:10am Monday 10th August 2015
Sun, sea and sand are just the start of a holiday in Gran Canaria. Health reporter Kate Liptrot enjoys a revitalising spa break
7:00am Saturday 8th August 2015
York has waited two and a half years for its art gallery to reopen. As MATT CLARK discovers, it's been worth it.
10:25am Thursday 6th August 2015
In the 1650s, the bloody battlefields of the Civil War – including Marston Moor near York – were said to be haunted by ghosts, spirits and even phantom armies. The sense of dread probably resulted from political uncertainty after the death of Oliver Cromwell – but the stories make for fascinating reading. STEPHEN LEWIS reports