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.
See which gems you've yet to discover....
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
9:38am Wednesday 5th August 2015
The re-opening of York Art Gallery last weekend was marred by a storm of protest at the York Museums Trust's decision to charge local people for entry. Here, the Trust's chief executive Janet Barnes explains that decision ...
7:00am Tuesday 4th August 2015
MAXINE GORDON drops in on a York knitting group who have found a crafty way to raise cash for a good cause
10:00am Saturday 1st August 2015
My trusty old car may not have much time left on this earth which made choosing our summer holiday tricky.
7:20am Saturday 1st August 2015
MAXINE GORDON offers her fashion A to Z for the new season
7:00am Friday 31st July 2015
An explosive new book by Wilberfoss writer Carol Ann Lee lifts the lid on the murders of five members of the Bamber family at a farmhouse in Essex 30 years ago. But did Jeremy Bamber kill his own parents and his sister? STEPHEN LEWIS reports
4:19pm Thursday 30th July 2015
For most of it's history the Mansion House was the Lord Mayor's home. Now it's being restored and next year will be open to the public. As part of the revamp, stories from former members of staff are being collected. MATT CLARK learns the etiquette of carrying a sword in front of a monarch and how the Lord Mayor's former chauffeur foiled a heist.
12:35pm Wednesday 29th July 2015
IT IS all change at the top of York Civic Trust this weekend, as retiring director Peter Brown passes the baton to David Fraser, the Scottish archaeologist who set up English Heritage's regional office in York. STEPHEN LEWIS spoke to both men
7:00am Tuesday 28th July 2015
MAXINE GORDON catches up with our Bride of the Year from 25 years ago - and her groom - ahead of their silver wedding anniversary
7:00am Monday 27th July 2015
BEER and Tadcaster have been as synonymous as fish and chips since 1341 and with good reason, the springs around the Wharfe yield some of the best brewing water in the country. But there is more to this town than ale, as Paul Chrystal and Mark Sunderland's picture essay: Tadcaster Through Time explains.
6:20am Friday 24th July 2015
What do Mickey Mouse and Benito Mussolini have in common? MATT CLARK heads to York central library to find out.
6:10am Thursday 23rd July 2015
A new painting and
6:20am Wednesday 22nd July 2015
We take a look behind the scenes at York's rock sixth form
7:00am Monday 20th July 2015
READER Pamela Robinson popped in with some photos of a long-gone Walmgate family butcher.
7:00am Monday 20th July 2015
As the countdown to the long-awaited reopening of York Art Gallery nears its end, changes have also been taking place in Museum Gardens. STEPHEN LEWIS reports
7:00am Friday 17th July 2015
York market reopened in Newgate three months ago following a £1.6 million refit. The challenge now is to make it a success. STEPHEN LEWIS spoke to markets expert Michael Hopkinson - and Make It York's new market manager Chris Price
8:52am Thursday 16th July 2015
Seventy years ago today, the first atomic bomb was tested in the New Mexico desert. STEPHEN LEWIS looks at how the world has changed since
11:42am Tuesday 14th July 2015
THE first test for anyone visiting York’s newest attraction is how to find it.
6:20am Tuesday 14th July 2015
York food writer Sam Stern takes MAXINE GORDON on a culinary trip around York ahead of his latest book launch WHEN I ask York food prodigy Sam Stern to meet me at his favourite cafe, I am surprised at his choice.
9:56am Monday 13th July 2015
ONE revolutionised the American private detective genre by introducing a woman PI with the grit and the smarts to make it on the mean streets of Chicago. The other introduced an emotionally inept clinical psychologist who brought a whole new approach to crime-solving in a series of Northern England-set crime novels - and sparked off the TV series Wire In The Blood.
6:00am Monday 13th July 2015
Matt Clark meets the youngest and oldest signallers on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway
7:20am Saturday 11th July 2015
Artist Peter Watson's stunning landscapes offer a fresh way of looking at the Yorkshire Wolds, coast and moors. And they'll be on show soon at a not-to-be-missed exhibition in Sledmere, reports STEPHEN LEWIS
7:00am Saturday 11th July 2015
Huntington School head John Tomsett has gathered a legion of followers on twitter and for his 'This Much I Know' blog. Now he's written a book. STEPHEN LEWIS spoke to him
5:37pm Friday 10th July 2015
APPEARANCES can be deceptive. Witness this picture, where Tracey Thorn is holding a microphone, as she did so many times when performing with Everything But The Girl, but Tracey hasn't sung in a concert hall for 15 years.
6:30am Friday 10th July 2015
We look ahead to next week's Great Yorkshire Show
7:20am Thursday 9th July 2015
Big skies, fresh air, and some of Yorkshire's most beautiful wild places: Yorkshire Wildlife Trust volunteers get to enjoy them all. STEPHEN LEWIS joined a group repairing the boardwalk at Wheldrake Ings
6:00am Thursday 9th July 2015
York Maze will unveil its new Thunderbirds theme today.
10:53am Wednesday 8th July 2015
Parliament Street will be transformed into an astro-turfed village green with three live performance venues later this month when it plays host to the first ever Great Yorkshire Fringe. CHARLES HUTCHINSON looks at what's in store...
6:30am Tuesday 7th July 2015
How do you get your baby to communicate? MAXINE GORDON reports on a hands-on method
8:30am Friday 3rd July 2015
Plans to build a huge potash mine in the North York Moors have been approved. But what is potash? How will it be mined? And what impact will the mine have on the national park? STEPHEN LEWIS looks for some answers
9:48am Thursday 2nd July 2015
Richard Bunday, the former head verger at York Minster, tells the extraordinary story of his father, Staff Sergeant Frederick Bunday - a prisoner of war on the Burma Railway in the Second World War.
11:05am Wednesday 1st July 2015
The Grange Hotel is celebrating its 25th anniversary. MAXINE GORDON rolls back the years at York's Regency hotel
10:34am Monday 29th June 2015
READER and local historian Peter Stanhope has been in touch about the photograph we carried last week showing the old Botterills horse and carriage repository on Tanner Moat being demolished in 1962.
10:20am Monday 29th June 2015
PHOTOGRAPHS from York's 'east side' today, courtesy of the Tang Hall Local History Group.
9:48am Monday 29th June 2015
How do you make science attractive to schools? Add a liberal dose of fun, that's how as MATT CLARK discovered
8:00am Saturday 27th June 2015
British flowers are growing on us. MAXINE GORDON visits a York farm in full bloom
12:05pm Friday 26th June 2015
WHEN she turned 60 not long ago, acupuncturist and healer June Tranmer was told she could cash in the personal pension she'd been paying into for years and take out a lump sum.
8:19pm Friday 26th June 2015
THE week-long Love Arts Festival, championing mental health and the healing power of the arts, will present eight acts in Love Arts Late on Wednesday at The Fleeting Arms, Gillygate, York.