The scene is typical Norfolk: the farmer in a tractor, irrigating a field. Less typical is the robot helping the farmer make decisions, like which part of the field needs more water and which needs less.
It was back in 1965 when the speedway stadium at King’s Lynn came into being, with a 400-yard shale track constructed as the Stars took on the mantle of Norfolk’s only speedway team from the defunct Norwich Stars.
What do you do when last orders is called on your playing career? Former City footballers have been more creative than you think. Paddy Davitt looks at C in our alternative Canaries’ alphabet ...for The Count.
Norfolk-schooled Olivia Colman returns to Norfolk for her appearance on celebrity family tree show Who Do You Think You Are? and discovers a heartbreaking story about a young ancestor. But the real question is: has Danny Dyer bought a ruff yet?
Whether you’re feasting on a towering burger or chowing down on a stack of ribs, it’s clear the meat market is overcrowded, so to stand out your humble steakhouse has to have something special. Geraldine Scott finds out whether Middletons makes the grade.
Best known as a comedian Jim Moir – aka Vic Reeves – is also an artist and his surreal, amusing and bizarre works feature in a new exhibition in Norwich, alongside those of his friend, Norfolk artist Colin Self.
A “world-famous” harpist who has performed for the Queen and several prime ministers was told by a judge that her reputation lay “in tatters” as he jailed her for sexually abusing a schoolboy in the 1980s.
The BBC is currently screening a major three-part drama exploring one of the most famous episodes in British history: the Gunpowder Plot. Trevor Heaton explores the local connections with the events of November 1605.