BBC Radio Norfolk is off air this morning due to industrial strike action. 

Listeners tuning in will be greeted by Graham Liver from BBC Radio Lancashire as members of the National Union of Journalists go on strike this morning. 

Mr Liver, who presents the breakfast show in Lancashire said: "It is different, I know, and were are going to muddle through and we will make the best of it.

"Your usual breakfast show will be back here on Monday morning of a much higher standard than this."

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Paul Siegert, NUJ national broadcasting organiser, said: “This strike action will again have a huge impact on BBC Local output, with many stations and programmes expected to be off air.

“NUJ members would much rather be working in newsrooms on Thursday and Friday, but the BBC’s damaging plans for job cuts, slashing local radio and changing ways of working remain deeply unpopular.

“We believe there are ways to protect and promote digital investment without cutting much-loved and valued local radio content.

“With an election around the corner, holding local politicians to account is more important than ever.

“Let’s protect and promote BBC Local, not eviscerate it.”

Those taking strike action work in local radio, regional TV and online in England.

A BBC spokesman said: “We understand this is a difficult period of change for many colleagues and we will continue to support everyone affected by the plans to strengthen our local online services across news and audio.

"Our goal is to deliver a local service across TV, radio and online that offers more value to more people in more local communities.”