A well-loved radio presenter will host his last show this weekend. 

Keith Greentree, host of The Big Country Show on BBC Radio Norfolk, will bid farewell to listeners this Sunday, October 29. 

Mr Greentree, originally from Hampshire, has worked at the BBC since the 1990s and is the long-time host of The Big Country Show. 

The programme is broadcast every Sunday afternoon between 2pm and 4pm and features a selection of country music from around the world. 

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The departure follows that of Ray Clark from Radio Norfolk last month who took to social media to criticise the "cruel and unfair" changes being made by the BBC. 

Mr Greentree addressed his departure in a show earlier this month and responded to listeners who complained that the changes were 'not fair to the older generation'.

He said: "They're changing everything within the BBC, as you've probably noticed.

"Lots of other presenters are gone."

The BBC has undergone a major shake-up over recent months which saw the scrapping of lunchtime, afternoon, teatime and weekend shows specific to the county.