Ahead of the first episode of the BBC's The War of the Worlds, we remember how Great Yarmouth's council lobbied the BBFC to let children see a 1953 film the classifying body had described as "very alarming with a number of scenes that could be described as horrific".
A nation of makers: how crafts have become Britain's fastest-growing creative industry and why makers' markets are now must-visits for anyone who likes to avoid the high street when it comes to buying gifts, homeware and everyday objects.
Norfolk's Lady Glenconner reveals why she and her sister plotted to kill Hitler, how she still slips into Holkham Hall to see the public walking around the rooms she used to play in and why she isn't bitter about losing her family's inheritance to an employee.
Lady Glenconner calls her book "a love letter to Norfolk" but it's also the story of a Royal friendship with Princess Margaret that lasted a lifetime and an absolutely staggering memoir. In the first of two features, Stacia Briggs speaks to Lady Anne about her extraordinary life.
Maxim Calver was playing string instruments before most of us could read a line from the simplest book and by the time he was eight he'd won a place at one of the world's most prestigious music schools. Now the 19-year-old cellist is returning to Norfolk for a special concert.
Classical music connoisseurs in Norwich are in for a treat with a last minute appearance from the award-winning pianist Andrew Tyson who is stepping in to replace performer Anna Fedorova who is injured.
The young performers of Echo Youth Theatre have two exciting productions on offer for half-term week, and both are perfect for Halloween involving either a hotel full of witches or at least three huddled round a cauldron.
Silent Night - venture into the London fog with one of the greatest directors of all time at a special screening of a Hitchcock classic as part of Norwich Film Festival as it hosts Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger at the old Noverre Cinema.
"This would have been my week to leave..." Kate Royall's attempts to make Great British Bake Off's 1920s' technical challenge - beignets souffle - ends in disaster but then leads to something far sweeter.
After his mother died of cancer, Ryan Riley wanted to help others living with the disease rediscover the appetites - he will bring his Life Kitchen to Norwich in October with a free class for people undergoing chemotherapy and their families.
Baking along with the Bake Off: This week, Kate Royall tackled the technical: Fig Rolls. "Little bundles of cakey-biscuity joy…" she says, cunningly sidestepping the 'are they cakes or biscuits?' debate entirely.
Great British Bake Off producers interviewed me for this year's Channel 4 series and here's what they asked me over the course of 70 minutes. Would you have been able to answer all these baking questions?