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From zombies to demogorgons, poltergeists to killer clowns, demon headmasters to devilish technology, there’s a scary TV show to suit all levels of daring in our list of shows to get you into the Halloween spirit. Do not watch alone.

The time (and space) is right for a brand new feel to an old favourite. Doctor Who is being steered by a new Doctor and a new writing team and on first impressions, it’s fun for all the family while retaining the behing-the-sofa moments we all know and love.

“It’s Vegan Week, there’s no dairy or meat, why don’t you chop up a leek, because it’s Vegan Week” It was baking hummus-cide in the tent for one of the last men standing, says guest reviewer, chef Richard Hughes.

Does Alan Sugar need to fire the Photoshop team at The Apprentice? Distortion on official candidate photos of Kayode and Frank are dismissed by the BBC as “a trick of the light”. We’re not entirely convinced. CONTAINS SPOILERS.

Lucky for some: Jodie Whittaker is the 13th Doctor Who - here’s everything you need to know about the new custodian of the Tardis who takes to the skies on Sundays for the next 10 weeks. We can’t wait.

Prepare for boardroom battles as The Apprentice returns for a 14th series. Meet Lord Sugar’s new apprentices, including the man who claims “Google is my middle name”. It’s not, though, is it?

It’s pastry week and the judges rolled out some new challenges for the bakers which included a Tudor-style banquet pie. Ironically Manon struggled on the French technical challenge, Jon revealed pastry has ‘cannibalistic tendencies’ and there was plenty of red-hot steamhole action.

As the witching hour draws closer, for many of us, thoughts turn to things that go bump in the night. Whether you’re looking for a ghoulish way to celebrate Halloween or suitably PG-friendly things to do with your tinies, here are 10 ways to celebrate the spookiest time of year in Norfolk.

From live scare attractions to pumpkin patches, Horrible Histories Halloween tours to Zombie Fests, spooky stories in haunted castles to maize mazes filled with creepy surprises, there are plenty of ways to have a fangtastic time in Suffolk this October. Here are 10 of the best.

Norwich comedian Tanyalee has shared a revealing train journey with BBC Inside Out to highlight the challenges of public transport for people living with disabilities. Are train providers doing enough to support all their customers?

It’s week five and spice week - as Scary, Baby, Sporty, Ginger and Saffron (posh Spice) said, time for two to become one. And that was just the judges. In the case of the contestants, nine became seven. Confused? Not half as much as the contestants during this week’s technical challenge were.

An East Anglian theatre company is keen to hear your extraterrestrial experiences at two special Flying Saucers Cafes being held in Norfolk and Suffolk - do you know if the truth is out there?

Locally-sourced, fresh and seasonal produce, daily specials, plenty of variety – these are goals every restaurant aims to attain. And they’re also on the menu as standard at the new restaurant at the James Paget Hospital.

As This Morning prepares to celebrate its 30th birthday, I cast my mind back to the good old days when it was filmed in Liverpool meaning that if you just walked past the studio during transmission you could be on TV. Ah, happy days.

As Freshers flood to university for their first week away from home, it’s time to take a look at some television shows which focus on students. From Fresh Meat to The Young Ones, Bad Education to Clique, relive your uni days in front of the box.

Lucky escapes, a four-horse race, complicated little tarts, a cake in a tutu and a chocolate planet stuffed with choux space turtles: dessert week on the Great British Bake Off was sweet to watch, says guest reviewer chef Richard Hughes.

The Circle is Channel 4’s brand new reality TV show based on our collective obsession with social media. Described as “the ultimate personality test” one of the contestants on the show is a 22-year-old bar supervisor from Norfolk. Let’s meet him...

BBC thriller Bodyguard has captured the imagination of the nation: just who DID kill Julia Montague? Here’s a glimpse of what we can look forward to in Sunday’s last episode plus all the questions we have for the finale.

The American love affair with British TV and its stars shows no sign of abating after another batch of gongs were handed out to homegrown talent at the Emmys. But why do our friends across the pond love our drama so much?

Vanity Fair is one of the greatest novels about Waterloo: and this week the ITV series reached 1815 and the battle where Napoleon met his final defeat. But how much do you know about East Anglia’s link to the day that decided Europe’s fate?

Big Brother has been axed by Channel 5, meaning the new series of the show will be its last for both the civilian and celebrity versions of the long-running reality show. Are we sad, happy or non-plussed? Big Brother may be watching us, but are we still watching Big Brother?

There were baked cats and dragons, soggy bottoms, nasty naans and burnt buns in bread week, but the Hollywood Handshake was activated. Guest reviewer chef Richard Hughes tells us what we knead to know about episode three of GBBO.

It’s got no packaging, no chemicals have been used to grow it and it’s growing in abundance on your doorstep. Foraging for food in the countryside means bringing home the harvest for dinner - or more importantly, making our sloe gin and sloe port to have AFTER dinner.

Ozark, Netflix’s high-profile drama, is back for a second series and once again it’s garnering comparisons to Breaking Bad. Is it the series to watch for fans who miss Walter White, Jesse Pinkman and their, ahem, backyard chemistry experiments?

Doctor Who series launch date announced and the BBC is messing with time - quite literally - from now on the 55-year-old show will be aired on a completely different day and at a different time.

There were tears over tiers, contestants getting tres upset about tray bakes and hot under the collar about chocolate collars. But who, ahem, would Bakewell in cake week? Guest reviewer chef Richard Hughes digests episode two of Great British Bake Off 2018.

Follow the food fans in the know to a corner of Norfolk where the very best of the county is being showcased at an annual show which is a must for those who love the very best produce from North Norfolk. Here’s what you can look forward to at 2018’s North Norfolk Food Festival.

A new food festival in Norfolk will include a one-man show from top restaurant critic Jay Rayner, a chocolate-themed high tea, visits from celebrated chefs, a parade of puddings, a food writing workshop and The School of Chocolate.

There’s nothing more cringeworthy than watching your own profession portrayed in a drama on TV. Spare a thought for us journalists when Press begins on BBC1 - before then, we look at eight other shows which have featured reporters.

Dust off your dancing shoes, Strictly Come Dancing is waltzing back onto BBC One for its 16th series: meet our new Strictly reviewer, find out whether he can dance, how we can follow his live commentary of the show and what his new Strictly nickname will be.

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