It’s hotting up nicely this week, so take your pick of Norfolk’s best beaches to soak up a slice of summer sun

Nick Richards says if we regarded the BBC as just another streaming services, there would be millions of TV viewers who wouldn’t pay for it

Nick Richards spoke to Norfolk’s Sophie McKinna who has taken up a new hobby during lockdown instead of preparing for the 2020 Olympic Games

Runners can get a refund from the cancelled Run Norwich 2020. But Nick Richards says you’ll do far more good if you waive your £25 fee

This year’s Run Norwich 10k won’t take place, but runners can take part in a virtual event later in the year to support Norfolk charities

While swimming pools have remained closed across the region, swimmers have turned to East Anglia’s network of rivers for their fix of water-based exercise. Nick Richards meets some of our wild swimmers

Financial cuts in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic have hit many people hard, not least the next generation. Rachel Moore has sympathy for the plight of the under-25s

Burger fan Nick Richards sampled the Zaks takeaway menu, which provided a great value family meal.

The 50th Glastonbury festival should be in full swing this weekend. Nick Richards looks at the history of the festival which has come to define our musical summer while we hear from some Glasto-goers who offer the positives and negatives of a long weekend at Worthy Farm

Gina Long talks to Infusions Group co-founder, award-winning chef John Jackaman and Sarah Stamp, director of operations about how they’ve re-emerged from the ashes, against all odds following the Covid-19 pandemic and a devastating fire

Nick Richards looks back on the 1990 World Cup when England almost making it to their second World Cup final and suggests it was a dull tournament that we wrongly look back on with joyful nostalgia

Richard Bridgman OBE is a philanthropist, entrepreneur, business leader, an engineer by trade and proud apprenticeship ambassador. He is passionate about the SME sector, youth employment and national skills. As an ex-apprentice himself, he has invested time and effort to develop and publicise the opportunities offered through apprenticeship schemes, whilst engaging with government at ministerial level too. Before the lockdown he was involved in mentoring work at West Suffolk College and on the LEP Skills Board. Here he talks to Gina Long MBE

We’re now free to explore anywhere in Norfolk as lockdown restrictions are eased, but we don’t all need to go to the coast, says Nick Richards

Norwich City struggling in the top flight but enjoying a gallant FA Cup run and a season ultimately defined by off-the-field affairs, the current football campaign feels just like 1984/85 for Nick Richards, who recalls the traumatic term in which he fell in love with the beautiful game

As Covid-19 leads many of us to work from home for the first time, stay-at-home dad Chris McGuire gives his tips on being a homeworker – as seen in his new book, Homeworking: The Ultimate Guide

Broadcaster Paul Barnes suggests our treatment of Laurence Fox is a sign of the times

Potential isolation for the over-70s is going to hit hard. Time for us all to do our bit, says Nick Richards

Shoppers are panic buying and stripping supermarket aisles because of coronavirus. But Nick Richards thinks we’re buying the wrong things

70 years ago, on March 8, 1950,the first Volkswagen van rolled off the assembly line in the German city of Wolfsburg. Nick Richards leads the celebrations of all things VW with some of the brand’s biggest East Anglian fans

Nick Richards says the 500th Norwich parkrun at Eaton Park shows the incredible rise in popularity in running across Norfolk since 2010

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