Norfolk will be doubly represented at this week’s BNP Paribas World Team Cup in Apeldoorn, with Norwich’s Ben Bartram selected to make his wheelchair tennis debut for Great Britain alongside Cantley’s world number Alfie Hewett.
It’s three years since Norwich City beat Middlesbrough 2-0 in the Championship play-off final at Wembley, a day never to be forgotten. But where are they now? CHRIS LAKEY takes a trip down memory lane...
A new season normally equals a new start. Russell Martin appears the exception to the rule at Norwich City. Paddy Davitt assesses the available options for the defender, in the latest of our City report card series.
Star Wars actor Denis Lawson has revealed the lengths he will go to for his ART, including forsaking wearing shoes for a year while at drama school. In a new touring production, Denis talked to us about Ewan McGregor, feeling smug and not knitting.
Based on Jonathan Ames’ novella of the same title, British director Lynne Ramsay’s film plumbs the murky depths of the human condition on the mean streets of modern-day New York with Joaquin Phoenix both fearless and, heartbreaking.
After 15 years with the same line-up, Scottish rockers Franz Ferdinand have reinvented themselves after the departure of Nick McCarthy. Now the new-look band is heading to the region with new album, Always Ascending.
From The Communards to communion, the Reverend Richard Coles has a unique vicar style. As he prepares for a busy Christmas, he talks Strictly, festive music, East Anglia and why he will relax by watching The Walking Dead.
After 22 years with Glasgow pop/rock outfit Del Amitri, Justin Currie made the rash decision to go it alone and now he is bringing his band to the Waterfront in support of his fourth solo album, This Is My Kingdom Now.
The sixties pop icon Lulu is heading back to the region with her new show for dates in King’s Lynn, Norwich and Bury St Edmunds. She tells us about her undimmed passion for music, family and why she prefers not to look back.
In the green corner. Chris Sutton. A former Norwich City player-of-the-year who earned a big-money move to Blackburn and a Premier League winner’s medal before eight more trophies in a decorated spell at Celtic.
He has two Paralympic silver medals, one Wimbledon doubles title and a French Open singles crown in his locker already, but Cantley’s Alfie Hewett still branded his second SW19 win as a standout achievement.