Altered Carbon author Richard Morgan will be joining us here at EDP and Evening News headquarters tomorrow to talk about his novel and the new Netflix series - and we are giving you the chance to ask some of the questions.
The Erasure composer on how Trump, Brexit and LGBT rights inspired them to speak out, how The Graduate opened his eyes musically and how they’ve given songs a classical makeover for new album World Beyond.
The Mercy tells the story of amateur sailor Donald Crowhurst who set off in a round-the-world race in a yacht built in East Anglia and was never seen again. Director James Marsh, Colin Firth and the Essex boatbuilder who remade the boat tell us more.
The University of East Anglia’s Spring Literary Festival is celebrating its 25th year in 2018. As the event prepares to kick off later this month, arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at the writers and thinkers who will be taking to the stage.
Take four heroes of pop and add five new kids on the block. Gary, Howard, Mark and Robbie talk about turning Take That’s biggest hits into stage musical The Band, featuring Let it Shine winners Five to Five.
Best known as a comedian Jim Moir – aka Vic Reeves – is also an artist and he will show his surreal, amusing, bizarre works, and often with a sinister edge, alongside those of his friend, Norwich artist Colin Self.
A love of the stage sparked by childhood trips to Norwich Theatre Royal led to an award-winning international career for producer Richard Jordan. Arts correspondent Emma Knights speaks to him about growing up in Norfolk, his career highlights to date, and his views on the county’s cultural scene.
Youngsters enjoyed a morning of storytelling magic when children’s television legend Derek Griffiths popped into the Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library to read them the tale of The Princess and The Frog.