Stuart brings you bank holiday news and an entertaining start to your Northamptonshire day.
BBC Radio Northampton
Northants CCC play in the 2015 T20 Finals Day at Edgbaston tomorrow.
Campaigners in Cairo say it's likely the sale of Sekhemka will be challenged in Egypt.
A Kettering surgery stopped accepting new patients earlier this year, now 2 more want to.
Stuart talks to Graham Carr & previews the big match.
Northants care homes say funding of places for people with dementia is a "disaster".
New schemes in the logistics and rail industries announced today.
A growing number of GPs in Northants & nationwide may stop taking on new patients.
4-year old Dylan Cecil drowned 3 years ago today. The RNLI has a water safety campaign.
Northamptonshire Police says a "better balance" is needed in how stop and search is used.
Nene CCG says it wants Northants to be a national centre of excellence for well-being.
3-day tour match due to start today.
Dozens of migrants have been detained by police at Watford Gap.
More parents have been taken to court because their child has played truant from school.
The boss of a major bank has told his staff to smarten up at work.
Is there help for people with depression beyond a prescription for pills?
A quarter of 15-year-olds in Northants have tried smoking.
Local councils are said to be failing to apply Government planning guidelines properly.
Accessible bus service "Door2Door" is having to turn down people in Northampton.
Would Northampton see higher participation if it had a better sporting atmosphere?
Rural crime in Northants could be falling, but there's a new plan to deal with it.