December 9 2013 Latest news:
Radio station Heart has announced its new breakfast show for East Anglia.
The faithful definitely answered the call for this now traditional Norwich Christmas event, now in its fifth year.
It was political stunts that brought comedian Mark Thomas to the public attention, and his new show 100 Acts of Minor Dissent is in parts a return to that familiar ground.
Budding young reporters from Norfolk schools are needed to help create a special newspaper about the Young Norfolk Arts Festival.
It’s the day after the weekend on a damp and otherwise dreary November night.
Practice makes perfect - that was the message from a Norfolk beatboxer who returned to give an inspirational talk to students from his old school today.
A chef making a name for himself across Norfolk will face a new challenge when he takes over a historic village pub.
Norfolk’s queen of pies is preparing to mix up a surprise after she was invited to film with experimental chef Heston Blumenthal.
It’s a stellar challenge: visiting the world’s best Michelin-starred restaurants for Champagne dining experiences on cider wages.
The scent of cooked bacon filled the air in Aylsham this morning as scores of hungry guests flooded into the town hall for a traditional full English.
Scores of students got a taste of function catering when they prepared, cooked and served a five-course meal to more than 100 food festival guests.
The Ugly Sisters showed there’s no business like snow business as they sloped off from pantomime rehearsals for an afternoon skiing.
Norwich author Sam Byers has been shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award.
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