University of Sunderland Broadcast Media Production graduate, Adam Ferrari, talks about his BAFTA success for his work on the production team of the Channel 4 hit series, First Dates. The successful dating show with its simple, yet effective concept proved love really does conquer all, beating the likes of Gogglebox […]
Hundreds of North East demonstrators marched through Newcastle as part of International Workers Day on April 30. The annual event saw supporters walk from Princess Square to Exhibition Park accompanied by music from the Backworth Colliery Band. It was organised by the May Day Committee of the Newcastle Trades Union […]
By Veronica Harding and Masuma Begum
Sunderland came out to say goodbye to one of the North East’s best loved television icons – Denise Robertson. It is thought that about 500 mourners gathered at Sunderland Minster to pay tribute to Denise Robertson. The 83-year-old, who was born in East Boldon and lived most of her life […]
The number of bike fatalities involving Bermuda’s teens has significantly decreased in the past five years since the Project Ride programme was made compulsory. An investigation into the programme by SR News has revealed statistics that prove that the teenage learning scheme has ultimately been successful as of 2010. A […]
The Butcher’s Arms, on High Street East, is the oldest pub in Sunderland and part of the Sunderland Heritage Trail. The building itself dates back to 1724, with licensing records for the premises dating back to 1753.