Jarrold’s Minnie Moll loves Hellman’s Mayonnaise, Some Like It Hot and her tractor. She talks to Gina Long about East Anglia

Tha’s a rum ‘un: Keith Skipper celebrates the Norfolk dialect

Property developer John Howard shares his East Anglian heaven and hell with Gina Long

Why are grandparents so different with their grandchildren than they ever were with their children?, asks Liz Nice

Join me in a round of applause for a former pirate who turned into a peach and is celebrating his 80th birthday this month. Derek James pays tribute to Norfolk’s one and only “King of Comedy.”

Francesca Vanke, Keeper of Art & Curator of Decorative Art, shares 7 fabulous discoveries from the Paston Treasure that can now be seen at Norwich Castle

Running away to join the circus is a dream for some, but two talented Norfolk aerialists did just that and became a huge hit with audiences. Alan Ayres caught up with them in Cromer.

Opinion: Boris doesn’t help by going on about burqas

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Boris Johnson said women in burqas and niqabs look like ‘bank robbers’ and ‘letterboxes’. But what about how he looks, asks Liz Nice

Former BBC man Paul Barnes feels ‘dismayed’ by BBC’s coverage of Sir Cliff Richard

Norfolk legend Keith Skipper recalls the ‘harvest holidays’ of his youth

Neil Watts had four consecutive outstanding Ofsted inspections whilst headteacher of Northgate High School in Ipswich. Now the founding member of the Board of both Ofqual and the Complaints Committee of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO), he tells Gina Long what he loves most about East Anglia

When is it right to ‘have a go’ and when should you walk away, wonders Steven Downes

Miscarriages are rarely talked about. Zara Phillips just changed that, says Liz Nice

I like quiet men, the ones who don’t need to be the centre of attention, who don’t sit in meetings making sure theirs is the loudest voice in the room.

If you’re searching for a winner, on the football pitch or the stock market, invest in blue-chip stock. You really cannot go too far wrong, reckons Peter Sharkey

The return of Poldark means Sunday nights are sorted again so in celebration of scything and all things Cornish, here’s why we’re happy he’s back.

Watching the Champions League Final on Saturday night was a reminder that our national game has the ability to tell stories about life and love more eloquently than any writer.

Germaine Greer is always good value and after she appeared on This Morning last week saying that Meghan Markle will ‘bolt’, she got my family into a spin.

Eileen Wise and Roger Hermiston saw South Africa by motorbike and sidecar - then got up close and personal with a Great White Shark

I have a certain fondness for Ant and Dec after having given birth in front of them.

As he returns to his spiritual home, Rupert Orton reflects on a musical life from Norfolk to Mississippi

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