Steve Burns, aka Dr Vinyl, presents a two-part tribute to one of our best loved – and now dearly missed – entertainers, Cilla Black. Back
If your idea of a mole catcher is a grisly old man with medieval traps driving a grubby old van, then think again. Times have
Thordis Fridriksson draws autumn inspiration from a North Elmham gardener. As we draw into October many of us gardeners are bemoaning a certain lack of
Historical highlights from the month of October. Compiled by Peter Sargent. 70 years ago 1945 The United Nations was founded. The five members of the
Robin of Sherwood and Dynasty actor Michael Praed makes a welcome return to Norwich Theatre Royal this month in the musical comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
Cromer teenagers Neil Hardingham, 17, and Stephen Hambling, 15, paint Fearns Park bus shelter at Suffield Park on October 1, 1988. Take shelter a11012-22a cromer
Forty-three years after his first album, Leo Sayer has a new CD out and is preparing to visit Suffolk as part of his UK tour.
Antiques expert Roy Murphy casts his eye over some Norwich and Norfolk pictures. Here we see two well-known views. The first is a great panoramic
She’s an elegant French lady of a certain vintage with a racy past, currently living in East Ruston. BBC Radio Norfolk’s David Clayton gets to
How do you keep your spirits up when you’re diagnosed with a life-threatening illness? Linda Bullent decided laughter was the best medicine. Neil Haverson reports.
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