Five things we learned this week

Stephen Fry attending the EE British Academy Awards nominations announcement at BAFTA. Ian West/PA

Stephen Fry attending the EE British Academy Awards nominations announcement at BAFTA. Ian West/PA Wire - Credit: PA

In case you missed them, here are five stories that caught our eye this week.

Jockey Victoria Pendletonat Fakenham Racecourse. Nigel French/PA Wire

Jockey Victoria Pendletonat Fakenham Racecourse. Nigel French/PA Wire - Credit: PA

•Stephen Fry has quit Twitter- again! It came following a backlash on social media after the BAFTA host branded one of the BAFTAs winners a 'bag lady'. Fry posted an explanation on his official website and said his 'tipping point has been reached' with Twitter.

•Thousands of beer lovers will flock to Norwich in 2017 after the city was named as the new host of CAMRA's National Winter Ale Festival. For the next three years, a selection of almost 500 stouts, milds and porters will take pride of place in St Andrew's Hall.

•She may be a double Olympic champion but Victoria Pendleton was not the golden girl at Fakenham Racecourse after she fell at the seventh fence. The former cyclist was the odds-on favourite on her horse Pacha Du Polder and admitted at a press conference after the race that she had a 'bruised ego' and was disappointed with the result.

Half a million people followed Norwich's GoGoDragons! art trail last year and the event contributed an impressive £2.5m to the local economy. On average people spent about 15 hours looking for the 84 dragons – equating in total to an incredible eight million hours of dragon hunting around the city. •The number of UEA students caught cheating in their coursework has increased by more than three quarters in just three years. Overall 156 students wear caught cheating and international students are three times more likely to be caught than others.

EDP People's Choice Awards finalist - GoGoDragons! Photo: Mark Ivan Benfield.

EDP People's Choice Awards finalist - GoGoDragons! Photo: Mark Ivan Benfield. - Credit: Mark Ivan Benfield