He’s hailed as the patron saint of poetry and is one of Britain’s best-loved writers for children and adults alike. Entertainment writer Wayne Savage spoke to poet, performer, broadcaster, author and playwright Roger McGough, who’s just turned 80.
Lee Nelson - aka world famous prankster Simon Brodkin - has stolen the spotlight from Kanye West and British Prime Minister Theresa May among others. The only stage he’s invading this time is his own with new stand-up tour Serious Joker.
James and Ola Jordan have nothing but respect for Strictly Come Dancing’s pro dancers, but the show needs to get back to basics says the plain-speaking couple. Entertainment writer Wayne Savage asks them what changes they would make.
Adventurer Ray Mears wonders whether wildlife documentaries are working when it comes to inspiring the next generation of conservationists and how Lyme Disease threatened to end his career ahead of his East Anglian shows.
As the band head to the region to play Newmarket Racecourse, Jim Glennie, of 90s indie hit-makers James, talks about the accidental evolution behind their hits and about enjoying the fear of playing new songs.
Lowestoft like Las Vegas? That’s how British radio presenter, journalist, theatre critic and author Libby Purves remembers it growing up. She talks about why Manningtree Station Buffet is one of her favourite places and watching perfect sunsets in Hunstanton.