June 19 2013 Latest news:
For more than 50 years Blue Peter has been a mainstay of British television; educating, entertaining and enthralling generations of viewers.
A Norfolk singing group will appear in a national talent show final at the weekend.
The potted past and bright future of King Street in Great Yarmouth is being celebrated on gallery walls and a theatre’s stage.
One of the semi-finalists of this year’s TV talent show Britain’s Got Talent will be among the attractions at a south Norfolk festival tomorrow.
Episode 12 of Mustard TV's Festival Focus for the NNF.
Something very unusual happened when DEREK JAMES took his wife Bridgette to Roger Hickman’s Restaurant in Norwich to celebrate their wedding anniversary.
Hidden behind St John the Baptist is the cathedral’s modern extension housing the Narthex Refectory. Light, friendly and offering home cooked meals, SIMON PARKIN was pleased to discover a new lunch destination.
In a world of homogenised Italian restaurants where the menu never changes from town to town or city, Pinocchio’s in Norwich is a real treat, writes RACHEL BULLER.
A famous name and great location; why the Edith Cavell in Tombland isn’t more popular is a mystery. New owners have put their faith in good food and hot rocks, SIMON PARKIN finds.
Nothing beats a good Sunday lunch out with all the family. RACHEL BULLER visits the King’s Head at Bawburgh for a good old fashioned roast.
Around 380 pupils from three Norwich schools have been visited by comic children’s author Jeremy Strong.
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