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Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, there are two trains of thought about the squirrel: some think them cute and cuddly, others consider them to be little more than tree rats. On Squirrel Appreciation Day, we look at why Norfolk squirrels are helping stem the decline of the famous red squirrel.

Stacia Briggs offers you some great one-liners to help you through the pain of Blue Monday

Death, bullying, abuse, depression - if it doesn’t sound like a laugh-a-minute, it’s because you’ve not seen Karl Minns’ newest, painfully funny one-man show about a life often full of pain.

Stories about love, courage, death, despair, loss, the kindness of strangers and an arrest for a crime he absolutely did not commit – Karl Minns’ new show is a raw, honest, hilarious, uplifting and poignant rollercoaster which lays bare his life to date.

They were the watch and work-out stars of the small screen who urged us to get off the sofa and into a leotard years before the days of Instagram and YouTube workouts and #fitinspiration. Stacia Briggs casts her mind back to the days of Mad Lizzie and The Green Goddess, Mr Motivator and Jane Fonda.

On the run: the TV contestants on Channel 4’s Hunted who came to Norfolk for sanctuary share their game plan to win £100,000.

A serial killer creating his own still-life using corpses, a three-hand shoot-out, two shock deaths and something even more shocking: Luther doing some police work. Luther finale reviewed: CONTAINS SPOILERS.

From Spitting Image to Crossroads via impressions of some of the biggest names in TV, Kate Robbins has been a mainstay of the small screen but now - after some time in the celebrity jungle with daughter Emily Atack - she’s heading to Norwich.

More greatcoat flapping, even less actual police work, Halliday is still super-cheerful (has she never seen Luther?) and there’s been a shock death that doesn’t involve a bus-slithering psychopath: episode three of Luther reviewed. CONTAINS SPOILERS.

Maths is for boys, right? Stacia Briggs thinks it has never been a subject that schools wanted to make interesting for girls

After ruining night bus travel for us, now Luther has put paid to selling fridges online. The plot thickens in episode two of Luther as two killers remain on the loose and our hero is ignoring looking for one of them while hiding the other one. Standard. CONTAINS SPOILERS.

It looks like there’s going to be lots of reasons to stay tethered to the sofa in 2019 as a whole host of new and returning drama hits the small screen. From Game of Thrones to Les Miserables, Line of Duty to Peaky Blinders, The Crown to Stranger Things, it’s going to be a great TV year.

It’s the most stressful time of the year…

As we look ahead to 2019’s TV treats, let’s pause for a moment to look back at the last year’s biggest hits on the small screen - from Royal Weddings to bodyguards, heartbreaking football matches to battling chimpanzees, TV writer Cory Varney picks his top 10.

There’s plenty of laugh-out-loud comedies to watch on TV this Christmas (and Mrs Brown’s Boys, ho ho ho) and there’s nostalgia mixed with new festive offerings, What will make you roar with laughter this Christmas? Here is a flavour of what’s on offer...

What were the biggest TV moments of 2018? We look at the last six months of the year and discover why 2018 was big for the Dyer family, which unusual guests appeared on Bargain Hunt and how the BBC and ITV had a Brexit row of their own.

It’s been a year for presenters to hang up their microphones, for iconic programmes to reach milestones and for stars to fall from grace. We look back at a year of television, starting with January to June.

‘Tis the season to watch telly…now is the time to reserve your place on the sofa and start looking forward to the festive treats coming to a small screen near you this Christmas. Here are 10 top highlights this Christmas.

Christmas can be a stressful time of year what with all those rows to fit in with your family, arguments over who gets the last chocolate in the tin and that’s without having to navigate the festive TV schedules. Here are some hidden gems which are buried in the listings.

“I’ve smiled so much my face hurts,” laughed the lady sitting next to my son after singing her heart out in the closing moments of Aladdin at Norwich Theatre Royal.

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