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John Stahl stars in Waiting for Godot at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough.

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Your guide to what's on across the region this week.
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The new costume for the 13th Doctor.

Television: Doctor Who - Costume revealed for Jodie Whittaker's time traveller

The new costume for the 13th Doctor, to be portrayed by Jodie Whittaker has been revealed by the BBC.
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RECIPE: Celery, chorizo and bean stew

RECIPE: Celery, chorizo and bean stew

Feast on this hearty stew which gets a background flavour from crunchy celery.

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The Blacksmith's Arms, Lastingham

Dining Out: Blacksmiths Arms, Lastingham

The clocks have changed and the dark nights are here so what better excuse to forget about eating a delicate summer salad and plump for a hearty pub meal instead.

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Armie Hammer and Timothee Chalamet in Call Me By Your Name.

Cinema AND TRAILER: Call Me By Your Name - Armie Hammer interview

Armie Hammer and Timothee Chalamet tell a touching story of gay romance in Call Me By Your Name. The Oscar-tipped actors tell Laura Harding about facing their fears and striking the perfect balance.

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Gerard Butler in Geostorm

Cinema AND TRAILER: Gerard Butler on Geostorm

Gerard Butler is used to being an action man but a motorbike accident has left him temporarily out of commission. He chats to Laura Harding about bumps in the road and his new film Geostorm

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RECIPE: Pennoni regati with roast shallots and pumpkin

RECIPE: Pennoni regati with roast shallots and pumpkin

Put together this tasty pasta dish for a quick midweek dinner.

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The truth will out in poetic and frank family drama

The truth will out in poetic and frank family drama

A story of family and relationships is coming to York Theatre Royal next week.

Theatre and Comedy
Steve Buscemi as Nikita Khrushchev, Jeffrey Tambor as Georgy Malenkov, Adrian McLoughlin as Joseph Stalin, Dermot Crowley as Lazat Kaganovich, Paul Chahidi as Nikolai Bulganin, Paul Whitehouse as Anastas Mikoyan and Simon Russell Beale as Lavrentiy Beria.

Cinema and TRAILER: The Death Of Stalin - cast and director interview

Soviet Russia in the 1950s isn’t the first topic that springs to mind when you think of comedy. The cast and director of The Death of Stalin tell us about treading the line between funny and tragic

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Artists impression of the mediaeval village of Wharram Percy in its heyday, by Stephen Conlin.

Exhibit of the Week: Wharram Percy

In the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds lies the deserted village of Wharram Percy. Abandoned for the past 500 years, the site is cared for by English Heritage, providing a fascinating backdrop to visitors, as well as ramblers, who take advantage of the location of this unique site. The remains of Wharram Percy continue to provide rich archaeological 
evidence of the site’s history even today and following extensive research on bones found at the site by Historic England, we continue to learn about the Mediaeval period.

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RECIPE: Caramelised soda bread

RECIPE: Caramelised soda bread

Just perfect for dipping into some warming autumnal soup, try making this delicious and easy bread.

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The two sunbonnets in the Woodhams Stone Collection date from the late 1900s and are make from machine printed cottons of that time.

Exhibit of the Week: Sunbonnets - Woodhams Stone Collection, Malton

Historic costume collections, such as those held by museums, tend to have a bias towards the clothes of the relatively wealthy and the fashionable.

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The Middleton Arms.

Dining Out: The Middleton Arms, near Pickering

The Middleton Arms, near Pickering

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La Pizzeria, Malton

Dining Out: La Pizzeria, Malton

La Pizzeria, Malton

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Engraving of the River Derwent from 1858 in Malton Museums collection.

Exhibit of the Week: River Derwent images, Malton Musueum

The river Derwent has played an important role in life in this part of North Yorkshire.

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VIDEO: Speedy SIV sales is just the ticket to boost regional economy, says new entertainment and events boss

A speedy new tickets sales system to help people buy easier and faster at SIV's venues - including Sheffield Arena - was outlined today as part of major plans to increase business and boost the region's economy.

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Melvin Benn launching his ReBalance plans with Lande Hekt from punk rock band Muncie Girls, PRS Foundation chief executive Vanessa Reed and Lucy Wood, also from Festival Republic.

VIDEO: Festival boss launches ReBalance scheme to get more girls into music industry

Girl power got a helping hand today when one of the world's biggest music promoters launched an initiative in to encourage more female UK led bands, solo acts and sound engineers.

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The donated gyroscope from a World War Two V1 flying bomb is now on display at Eden Camp Museum, Malton.

Exhibit of the Week: V1 flying bomb gyroscope, Eden Camp Museum, Malton

The noise produced by the German V1 Flying Bomb was familiar to many of the urban British population by the end of World War II. The distinctive buzzing sound inspired the nicknames ‘Buzzbomb’ and ‘Doodlebug’, and served as a warning of incoming destruction. The V1 was an effective weapon; an early form of unmanned cruise missile, which was guided by a gyroscopic automatic pilot, utilising a total of three gyroscopes to guide it to its intended target. Eden Camp is now home to a V1 gyroscope, following a recent donation.

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