Norfolk chef Galton Blackiston cooked up a storm on BBC’s Saturday Morning Kitchen.

Opinion: David Clayton recalls how the informal style of ex-pirate radio DJs proved a problem for their new BBC bosses 50 years ago.

Lee Johnson has admitted Bristol City were in competition with Norwich City for the signing of Marley Watkins from Barnsley this summer.

Norwich City chairman Ed Balls has created a Strictly Come Dancing inspired doodle for national charity Epilepsy Action.

One of the only autism centres of its kind in the county has been placed in the highest possible category by Ofsted.

Looking for something to do this week? Here’s our top picks of events taking place across the county...

Wishes were granted as the cast of this year’s fun-filled family pantomime congregated at the Marina Theatre to officially launch the show.

Sir Vince Cable will set out his plans to develop an anti-Brexit, cross-party coalition when he declares to Liberal Democrat supporters: “I am a proud saboteur.”

Norwich City youngster Louis Ramsay is anxiously awaiting news of an injury picked up while playing for loan club Woking on Saturday.

It’s his birthday and he’s wondering if I’ll still feed him and if I’ll still need him, now he’s hit the Beatles limit.

History fans turned out in force at Sheringham and Holt this morning, as the North Norfolk Railway’s annual 1940s weekend got underway with songs, stories and spam sandwiches.

Scotland Yard has declared a terrorist incident after a blast sent a “fireball” and a “wall of flame” through a packed London Underground train.

Darren Aronofsky prepares to sharply divide audiences with this twisted psychological thriller that is like an Alan Ayckbourne comedy of manners that is flat sharing with Polanski’s Repulsion.

Carducci Quartet in the glorious Holkham Marble Hall, a concert featuring Norfolk talent saxophonist Finlay McEwen, a Proms night, guitarist Valerie Hartzell and baroque music by candlelight all feature.

Actress Pauline Quirke’s latest performing arts academy is to open in Norwich later this month.

Gag master Russell Kane is bringing stand-up comedy to St George’s Theatre at Great Yarmouth in October.

Gallery: Take a punt on Cambridge

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

There’s no better vantage point to see the Cambridge’s famous colleges, bridges and sights than from the river, and in this city, that means by punt. Reporter Stuart Anderson took one of the iconic vessels for a leisurely outing along the Cam.

BBC 1’s Doctor Foster is gripping drama. But it seems to be saying that a broken heart makes you a pariah. That can’t be right, surely?

Eight north Norfolk singing groups will be performing classical and contemporary numbers at the annual Choirfest, which takes place at Cromer’s Pavilion Theatre on October 1st.

It’s good to see some old friends at the start of September.

Firefighters have revisited the remains of an historic pub and village cottage damaged by a devastating blaze.

Derek James salutes the memory of Ted Snelling, a much-loved teller of stories with a local flavour.

As Strictly Come Dancing returns to BBC One tonight, JESSICA LONG finds 10 people from this region who have taken part in TV talent show contests .

One of the most recognised voices in England and beyond won’t be heard on Test Match Special any more as Henry Blofeld signs off for the last time. He spoke with us about his life in cricket.

Two of Strictly Come Dancing’s most popular dancers are to bring their brand new show to Norwich.

Former England captain Michael Vaughan is heading to Norfolk for what promises to be a night to remember at Swardeston Cricket Club.

The BBC really took the bisque-it this week when an awkward subtitle fail accidentally insulted the popular seaside spot.

It’s good to break free from the county every now and again to see how the other half lives. I had to go to Newbury the other week to deliver some media training to some students.

The final line-up of acts has been revealed for Dereham’s first Fringe Festival on Saturday, including the evening’s Comedy Club performers.

With the announcement that football commentator John Motson is to end his 50-year association with the BBC, we bring you an article from 2013 when David Freezer spoke to the commentary legend as we marked the 20th anniversary of Norwich City’s famous Uefa Cup run.

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