What’s on Mustard TV this week

Mustard TV broadcasting from Prospect House, Norwich. Photo: Steve Adams Mustard TV broadcasting from Prospect House, Norwich. Photo: Steve Adams

Tuesday, March 25, 2014
3:38 PM

Find out what’s on over the next week on your local channel.

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Today - 25 March

5:30pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

5:45pm - This is Mustard TV - Welcome to Mustard. An introduction to your new local TV station.

6:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

6:15pm - The Mustard Show - Regional relish from Norfolk’s freshest magazine programme. With Darren Eadie and Beth Davison.

7:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

7:15pm - Wild East (Ted Ellis Nature Reserve) - The Ted Ellis Nature Reserve at Wheatfen is a jewel in the crown of the Broads, East Anglia’s largest and best known wildlife habitat. Today’s show looks at some of its remarkable wildlife.

7:45pm - Three Up Front (Extra) - Analysis, debate and all the fall out from Norwich City’s latest match. Michael Bailey and the team are in the studio with your three word verdicts.

8:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

8:15pm - The Mustard Show (Repeat) - Regional relish from Norfolk’s freshest magazine programme. With Darren Eadie and Beth Davison.

9:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

9:15pm - Splinter Bike - The second part of the often-hilarious tale of British engineering eccentricity and sporting endeavour at its best as two friends seek to build a 100% wooden bike and break a new world record. 2/2

9:45pm - Benjamin Foundation - A documentary about the work of the Benjamin Foundation, a charity that exists to help people across the county deal with many of the challenges that life throws at them.

10:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

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Wednesday - 26 March

5:30pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

5:45pm - Ele Island - When Scott moves to a new home opposite the mysterious Eel Island he is desperate to explore. What secret will he uncover and are the tales about the island that the old man tells him, true?

6:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

6:15pm - The Mustard Show - Regional relish from Norfolk’s freshest magazine programme. With Darren Eadie and Beth Davison.

7:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

7:15pm - Archive Half Hour - All aboard travel and transport. The first episode of Mustard’s new beautiful film archive series. Featuring footage from East Anglian Film Archive. Narrated by Graham Cole. 1/6

7:45pm - This is Mustard TV - Welcome to Mustard. An introduction to your new local TV station.

8:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

8:15pm - The Mustard Show (Repeat) - Regional relish from Norfolk’s freshest magazine programme. With Darren Eadie and Beth Davison.

9:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

9:15pm - Splinter Bike - The often-hilarious tale of British engineering eccentricity and sporting endeavour at its best as two friends seek to build a 100% wooden bike and break a new world record. 1/2

9:45pm - Benjamin Foundation - A documentary about the work of the Benjamin Foundation, a charity that exists to help people across the county deal with many of the challenges that life throws at them.

10:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

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Thursday - 27 March

5:30pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

5:45pm - Ele Island - When Scott moves to a new home opposite the mysterious Eel Island he is desperate to explore. What secret will he uncover and are the tales about the island that the old man tells him, true?

6:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

6:15pm - The Mustard Show - Regional relish from Norfolk’s freshest magazine programme. With Darren Eadie and Beth Davison.

7:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

7:15pm - Wild East (Ted Ellis Nature Reserve) - The Ted Ellis Nature Reserve at Wheatfen is a jewel in the crown of the Broads, East Anglia’s largest and best known wildlife habitat. Today’s show looks at some of its remarkable wildlife.

7:45pm - This is Mustard TV - Welcome to Mustard. An introduction to your new local TV station.

8:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

8:15pm - The Mustard Show (Repeat) - Regional relish from Norfolk’s freshest magazine programme. With Darren Eadie and Beth Davison.

9:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

9:15pm - Three Up Front - Michael Bailey and the team sit down for the latest edition of our Norwich City fanzine.

9:45pm - Benjamin Foundation - A documentary about the work of the Benjamin Foundation, a charity that exists to help people across the county deal with many of the challenges that life throws at them.

10:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

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Friday - 28 March

5:30pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

5:45pm - This is Mustard TV - Welcome to Mustard. An introduction to your new local TV station.

6:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

6:15pm - The Mustard Show - Regional relish from Norfolk’s freshest magazine programme. With Darren Eadie and Beth Davison.

7:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

7:15pm - Archive Half Hour - All aboard travel and transport. The first episode of Mustard’s new beautiful film archive series. Featuring footage from East Anglian Film Archive. Narrated by Graham Cole. 1/6

7:45pm - Sports ‘n’ All - A preview of our region’s sport, plus profiles and interviews with some of Norwich and Norfolk’s sports finest.

8:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

8:15pm - The Mustard Show (Repeat) - Regional relish from Norfolk’s freshest magazine programme. With Darren Eadie and Beth Davison.

9:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

9:15pm - Splinter Bike - The second part of the often-hilarious tale of British engineering eccentricity and sporting endeavour at its best as two friends seek to build a 100% wooden bike and break a new world record. 2/2

9:45pm - Benjamin Foundation - A documentary about the work of the Benjamin Foundation, a charity that exists to help people across the county deal with many of the challenges that life throws at them.

10:00pm - Mustard News - Local News from Norwich and Norfolk with weather and sport updates.

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Weekend - 29 to 30 March

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4 comments

  • Five miles outside of Norwich and just get 'No Signal' luckily enough, more Archant dross avoided.

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    Rob_H

    Wednesday, March 26, 2014

  • "What’s on Mustard TV this week" - some schmuck in really dodgy clothes was trying to ask a pensioner what he wanted to see on this rubbish channel on St Stephens yesterday. The person replied he didn't care and wasn't watching. He echoes all out sentiments, apart from friends and family f the people on it who are the only ones watching.

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    User Removed

    Wednesday, March 26, 2014

  • Just took a look at the week's viewing, it's only just started and there's a repeat progamme already. I can't actually get this channel and really don't mind if I never get this channel if it's going to be as boring as the programmes look. Will it last, who knows and why is the news on every half hour from 5:30pm to 7pm and then every hour, there's not going to be much change in the news.

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    Spooky

    Friday, March 28, 2014

  • This looks as exciting as a wet weekend. I bet it's off the air in 6 months.

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    Toxteth O'Grady

    Tuesday, March 25, 2014

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