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Actor, writer, comedian and broadcaster Angus Deayton talks about resurrecting hit series Radio Active without his friend Geoffrey Perkins, modern comedy and life after Leveson.

The Archers’ Tim Bentinck remembers getting up to no good during school holidays in Norfolk, why writing comes easier in the county and laments the loss of rural railways.

As Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 92nd birthday today, Courtney Pochin takes a look back at some of the quirkiest gifts she has been given over the years.

‘Charity champion’ Gina Long honours all those pounding the streets of the capital for good causes

So what parenting equipment is actually essential? A Norwich mum-of-two and blogger bigs up backpacks, buggies and Netflix

Award-winning playwright Jackie Carreira talks about her first novel, Sleeping Through War: 
a rewind to the tumultuous year of 1968

Evolutionary biologist, primatologist and broadcaster Dr Ben Garrod - known for TV shows like Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur, Hyper Evolution: Rise of the Robots, The Day the Dinosaurs Died and Secrets of Bones - shares how growing up in East Anglia sparked his love of nature.

Kiki Dee is a survivor in every sense. The singer-songwriter spoke about her long career ahead of her and musical partner Carmelo Luggeri’s show in Bury St Edmunds tonight.

Lowestoft may not have the foodie renown of its seaside neighbour Southwold, but there are tasty treats to be found in the town and its surrounding villages. Here’s our selection of places to go.

Ipswich and District Indoor Bowling Club marks new outdoor season with

Gardener and author Charlie Hart’s five-acre garden on the Suffolk/Essex border became a project that helped him see hope and new life after the loss of his parents.

Owner of Feeringbury Manor reveals the years of work involved in transforming an Essex ‘jungle’ into a stunning garden on the banks of thge Blackwater.

Performer, choreographer and TV presenter Sarah Blanc reveals why she feels tricked by late Eighties pop stars into believing in true love.

Are you in a position to be able to adopt one of these cute creatures from the RSPCA centre in Martlesham?

A new report has suggested that theatres and arts organisations should be planning to engage more with an older audience as society ages. Arts editor Andrew Clarke suggests that older audiences don’t want to be pandered to, rather they want to be creatively challenged and engaged.

A Norfolk mum-of-two brings witty words of advice and warning from the family front line

Survey reveals that people in the region spend less than average on dates.

From mud pies to bug hunt, bring out the wild thing within you with the RSPB

Want to get the kids outside this Easter? Here’s how.

If you are eggs-pecting the Easter bunny on Sunday, make sure you make room for his friend recycling rabbit too

Independent horror writer and director Pat Higgins reveals how channeling childhood fears can inspire great film ideas in his latest masterclass.

IO Radio’s Beats, Rhymes and Grime is taking this opportunity to put on its first event Girls Do Music for International Women’s month at The Smokehouse, they want to shout GIRLS DO MUSIC, with a killer line up of local musical talent, supported by the Future Female Society.

Baby Driver’s sound designer, editor and re-recording mixer Julian Slater talks about his Suffolk upbringing, working with Edgar Wright on the smash heist movie, the Marvel Ant Man movie that never was and the power of sound as a storytelling tool.

They used to be a predictable mix of dough and dried fruits but now hot cross buns come in all sizes, all flavours and all seasons

East Anglian actor Milo Parker has made a big impression in a few short years. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to him as he returns to our TV screens in The Durrells

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