Dragons, demons, monks and artists haunt lonely, lovely St Benet's Abbey - and there's just time for a free guided tour before the dark days of winter.
Boat trips, thatching and finding out what an owl last ate are just part of the fun of a trip to How Hill
A piece of Viking silver discovered in a Norfolk field made it into a major exhibition with hours to spare. It is just one example of how metal detectorists are helping historians understand our past.
Each church has a new tune as part of music created by a composer who has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry
Even in the city at the height of summer there are still plenty of peaceful places to escape the crowds for free.
Look carefully at the paintings in Mrs Lowry & Son - they are more idyllic north Norfolk than industrial north.
Hundreds of brooches featuring a running animal have been unearthed across Norfolk. Could the mysterious brooches be a badge of belonging belonging for proud East Anglians in Viking times?
From maize mazes to a maze of yew - places to get lost this summer
A tree which fell before Stonehenge was built and lay buried beneath a Norfolk field for millennia is being transformed into a gift to the nation.
Norfolk's first female Lord-Lieutenant, Lady Philippa Dannatt, on her love of her county, the Queen and Norwich Cathedral, and a family tradition of volunteering.
As Sir Richard Jewson retires as Lord-Lieutenant of Norfolk, he talks about working for The Queen, his pride in Norfolk and its people, and a life-long love of trees.
One of Norfolk's most fascinating traditions takes place in one of its most isolated, iconic and beautiful locations on Sunday.
Artist Tor Falcon has drawn her way down 38 of Norfolk's waterways, creating chalk pastel pictures, a book and an exhibition.
Finding it hard to get to the baby clinic? Then weigh baby in a library van in villages across Norfolk this August.
He started as a fan, dreamed of being a player and is now part of the team. We talk to NCFC chaplain Jon Norman.
The race around at-risk churches features some of the county's most beautiful buildings.
Hector the beagle is one of the stars of a Blue Peter pet party to be screened today.
A ghostly town appears beneath a meadow, a thief is cursed and dogs die in suspicious circumstances.
A Tour de France triumph 25 years ago began in Norfolk
How the Stonewall riots in New York 50 years ago inspire a revolution still being felt in Norfolk today...
Leanne Reeve was not born when Chernobyl exploded. But when the Waveney mum heard some of its youngest victims needed help, she did not hesitate.
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