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Welsh footballer turned pundit Robbie Savage is coming to the home of Norwich City to share stories from his career.

With just over three months ago until the UK is due to leave the European Union, how will we cope with Brexit over Christmas?

Get ready for an unforgettable night of comedy and campness as Julian Clary brings his Born to Mince tour to the region in 2019.

Comedian Arthur Smith will be cracking jokes in North Walsham as part of a Christmas fundraiser organised by the Labour Party.

Former Liberal Democrats leader Tim Farron was one of the guest speakers as a Norfolk school held its first faith festival.

A production hosted at Brooke Village Hall was the back-drop of a poignant commemoration of World War One to mark the centenary of the armistice.

With a heart for people and a head for action, the Lord Bishop of Norwich, the Right Reverend Graham James has won friends across his diocese. The man who once appeared in the Guinness Book of Records talks about rollercoasters, royals and religion ahead of his retirement

It’s not every youngster who gets to quiz the Archbishop of Canterbury about his favourite sandwich, but that was the topic of choice for nine-year-old Charlotte Platten.

Norwich musician Matt Watson, a BBC 6 Music supported artist, is set to release his newest single Constellations on December 14 to coincide with various prestigious appearances.

TV presenter Simon Thomas has revealed he is in the “early stages” of a new relationship a year after his wife died of cancer.

The first ever National Album Day is almost here. The sales figures say one thing, but who’s your favourite?

Nostalgia Crackerjack! A TV legend

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Children’s variety show Crackerjack was a highlight of the TV week, entertaining children and families for 29 years. Lynne Mortimer talks to Suffolk author Alan Stafford about the inside story of the teatime TV classic

A long-running concert band is set to perform in north Norfolk to help raise money for the RNLI.

The use of restraints on adults with learning disabilities rose almost fivefold in the region’s mental health hospitals in the space of a year, figures show.

Husband and wife folk duo Megson give new meaning to the phrase matrimonial harmony.

A Suffolk dairy farmer said he was “really chuffed” after his cheese-making story provided the inspiration for a plot in the popular BBC Radio 4 soap, The Archers.

Victims of abuse at a private school are only getting a fraction of compensation they had been promised. Today more ex-pupils come forward to tell of their anger.

A row has erupted between Colman’s Mustard makers Unilever and one of its top shareholders Aviva Investors, over the manufacturer’s plans to move its headquarters out of the UK to the Netherlands.

Victims said the horror of what they experienced at St George’s School in Norfolk and Suffolk still lives with them 40 years later.

Is it on-the-move Chris Evans? Or Sara Cox? Or maybe that bloke from Kiss? Do let us know who puts a spring in your step

Chris Evans is a tough act to follow on the country’s most-listened-to radio show - who’s it going to be?

Norfolk farmer and veteran campaigner Lord Peter Melchett has died aged 71.

Children in England are to be banned from buying energy drinks under government plans.

It can be hard to find hope in some of life’s darkest moments but a new project by a grassroots anti-stigma social movement is setting out to prove it is possible. Amy Woods told Sheena Grant more.

A Norwich charity has welcomed a £100m drive to cut rough sleeping, but said the government’s goal to get people completely off the streets by 2027 is not ambitious enough.

A teenage singing sensation has gained a top distinction in her grade eight Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music examination.

Embattled Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis will be “looking to ride it out until recess” after calls for him to quit as Conservative Party chairman.

A youngster from South Norfolk was given the chance of a life-time to go on stage with one of her favourite acts.

David Davis has quit his role as Brexit secretary less than two years after his appointment.

Organisers of a music and arts extravaganza have added further big names to the line-up.

As the countdown continues until the GoGoHares hop out onto the streets of Norfolk, the animals the colourful sculptures are based on seem to have well and truly captivated the imaginations of children across the county.

One of Britain’s best loved sports commentators will be bringing his wit and wisdom to the Auden Theatre, Holt, on June 17.

Two of the UK’s most successful vloggers will be coming to a Norwich venue later this year.

Latitude organisers have added more big names to this year’s line-up, from Oscar winning filmmaker Asif Kapadia to queen of teen literature Juno Dawson.

Greg James has been revealed as the new presenter of the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show after Nick Grimshaw announced he was stepping down following six years on the show.

A host of notable names from the worlds of politics, business, literature, media and technology are set to be awarded honorary degrees by the University of East Anglia (UEA) this summer.

The Norfolk and Norwich Festival is bringing 17 days of music, circus, theatre, art, literature and more to the city and county.

Norwich City chairman Ed Balls has gone national in his efforts to see safe standing introduced to football grounds.

Veteran radio presenter Paul Barnes says a lack of appreciation and “derisory” payment was behind his decision to leave the BBC.

An 18-year-old cellist from Gorleston has narrowly missed out on the prize of being named BBC Young Musician of the Year.

With the curtain all set to go up on the 2018 Norfolk and Norwich Festival tomorrow, director Daniel Brine shares his top 10 events not to miss with arts correspondent Emma Knights

Showhawk Duo are coming to Norwich next weekend to headline The Waterfront Studio on May 5 with support from Benji & Hibbz.

A historic beach village will be celebrated during a special event next month.

Food fans flocked to Cromer pier this week, to watch a recording of BBC Radio 4’s popular culinary panel show, The Kitchen Cabinet.

TSB customers will not have to pay overdraft charges in April, pledges chief executive Paul Pester

A day of top class acoustic music is to come to Beccles this weekend.

Baxter Dury, headlined a sell out show at Norwich Arts Centre last night supported by the ever enchanting and increasingly lauded Bessie Turner.

Some of the biggest, and some of the newest, names in folk music are gearing up for a concert in aid of a charity that supports care leavers including foster children.

The impact of fishing post-Brexit in Lowestoft took on national significance at a debate in the House of Commons.

A range of food headliners will be heading to the festival this summer.

Popular monthly storytelling event is taking part in the Women of the World Festival with an international cast, as well as celebrating its second birthday at Norwich Arts Centre.

Andrew WK, with support from Yonaka, desenced on The Waterfront in Norwich last night [April 18] bringing an evening of organised chaos and partying.

Norwich Cathedral is one of the city’s finest landmarks and one of its greatest treasures is its music. On the day BBC Radio 3 visits to broadcast Evensong live from Norwich, arts correspondent Emma Knights speaks to Norwich Cathedral’s master of music Ashley Grote.

He learned his craft whilst busking on the streets, and now Si Cranstoun is bringing his show to Cromer Pier.

The art of crafts is being celebrated during Makers’ Month at Norwich’s The Forum. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at 10 highlights from the festival.

The former chief of Iceland, Wickes and Booker is set to launch a new review into the state of the high street.

From an elaborate enchanted wood full of knitted unicorns, trolls and fairies to a wonderful woollen sculpture of the Queen, an array of colourful craft creations are being put in the spotlight at The Forum in Norwich.

East Anglia is as attractive to readers as it is to writers, with a busy calendar of literary events, many drawing in big name authors and guest speakers. Here’s our pick of this year’s events.

Some Latitude Festival favourites are returning to Henham Park this year. We spoke to Gus Unger-Hamilton of alt-J and Stuart Braithwaite of Mogwai.

There is something for all ages – toddlers to teenagers — on the stage in Norfolk and beyond this February half-term. Simon Parkin highlights shows, from fairytales to puppet shows, which offer the perfect family treat.

Travels in Light will see Voice Project Choir performing at three very different churches in Norwich’s Princes Street. Renowned for bringing to life iconic local landmarks, their latest project is designed to brighten up the dark January winter night.

Top chef Angela Hartnett was right. In this country we don’t really care enough about the quality of what we’re eating, says Andy Newman.

For some Sunderland fans, it is a prize that will bring back many bitter memories of the infamous Milk Cup final.

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