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With Britain’s Got Talent back for its latest series, as acts compete to win £250,000 and a coveted spot at The Royal Variety Performance, we take a look at some of the show’s biggest stars from Norfolk.

One of Norfolk’s favourite tourist attractions is the focus of a Channel 5 documentary set to air later this month.

Channel 4’s Four in a Bed sees B&B owners across the country stay at each other’s establishments and pay what they think their stay is worth, with the winner being named the best value for money. Since the show launched in 2010, these are some of the B&Bs in Norfolk that have appeared.

A former Jarrold employee turned entrepreneur is celebrating success after winning the latest episode of BBC One’s The Customer is Always Right.

As the BBC’s Normal People smashes the Killing Eve iPlayer record, we look at what annoyed us about the show and whether a second series is on the cards

One of Blackadder’s best-loved characters General Melchett was revealed to have lived in Norfolk on a Blackadder sketch with Stephen Fry and Prince William on BBC’s Big Night In fundraiser.

Two Norfolk companies have joined forces to organise a 24-hour fundraiser for the NHS and they’ve secured a star-studded bill including Kerry Katona and Katie Price.

As the next series of her hugely popular, tell-it-how-it-is parenting sitcom takes shape, Helen Linehan talks about living in Norfolk and Motherland

A pair of entrepreneurs who grew up in Norfolk and met while working in menswear at Jarrold put their product to the test in the new series of BBC One’s The Customer is Always Right.

Tiger King: 14 things you probably didn’t know about the Netflix mega hit including where you can find a Joe Exotic Presidential campaign condom.

Comfort viewing: the best feel-good TV series to get you through coronavirus lockdown if you’re self-isolating, socially-distancing or just need a much-needed escape for a few hours.

These programmes will give tired mums and dads time to have a cup of tea and a breather while their little ones are entertained.

Belgravia, the lavish new period drama from Julian Fellowes, arrives on ITV on Sunday. Could this epic 19th century tale of secrets and scandals be the series that finally fills that Downton Abbey shaped hole in our lives? Here’s what we know so far...

As we prepare for Season Two’s second episode we reveal the nine prime suspects.

How much do you really know about one of TV’s most-watched sitcoms? And can you beat your friends?

The pressure is on to reform the way that the BBC is funded. Many favour the introduction of a subscription service which could work but, arts editor Andrew Clarke warns that, we may lose more than we gain

A popular stall at Norwich Market, which has been there for over 70 years, will feature on the upcoming episode of Channel 4’s Food Unwrapped.

Love Island, X Factor, Strictly Come Dancing, I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! Caroline Flack was a star of prime-time TV, but her rise to fame started from humble beginnings in Norfolk.

The Defoe family is back in Abi Morgan’s addictive series The Split on BBC1. Here are all the questions we have after episode one.

Experts from Antiques Road Trip visited north Norfolk for their latest series.

A scaffolder from Suffolk is set to head into the Casa Amor villa on TV dating show Love Island.

The fourth and final episode of the thriller airs tonight at 9pm. But will we get the answers we crave? CONTAINS SPOILERS

Baga Chipz is stunning, Baga Chipz is class and your day is about to get much better as the Ru Paul’s Drag Race star is heading to a Norwich club.

Fans of hit Netflix crime documentary Making a Murderer will gain a unique insight into a case that captured the world’s attention at a Q&A in Norwich with one of its stars.

A retired great-grandmother from Suffolk has appeared on the popular ITV game show The Chase – with host Bradley Walsh calling her hometown of Mildenhall “beautiful”.

Norfolk’s miniature donkeys have been stealing hearts across the county and now they are set to make their debut on BBC One’s Countryfile.

A Bradwell couple set to appear on hit dinner party show Couples Come Dine With Me have said they have been bitten by the reality TV bug and are keen to appear on other programmes.

Cromer-based author, journalist and palaeontologist Dr Henry Gee is celebrating, after winning the Christmas edition of University Challenge as a member of a team of former Leeds University students.

Cuddly isn’t a word normally associated with Jeremy Paxman, but, according to Cromer-based author, journalist and palaeontologist Dr Henry Gee, the veteran broadcaster famous for his caustic comments and abrasive questioning style has mellowed in his later years.

Thousands of questions have been fired at students since Dr Henry Gee’s first battle of wits on University Challenge.

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