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Video: TV Guide: What’s on this week?

Saturday, December 2, 2017

From The Grand Tour to The Crown, The X Factor Final to True Detective, there’s a feast of TV fancies on this week

Suffolk women’s choir The Orwell Singers have raised £700 for Ipswich charity Families in Need (FIND) though a special charity concert.

A group of students travelled to an event billed as ‘the largest agricultural machinery show in the world’ in November.

New rules to allow free range egg producers hit by bird flu restrictions to market them for longer as a free range product have been welcomed by East Anglian farmers.

A former army cook accused of committing a string of sex offences while he was living in Colchester, Germany and Northern Ireland has been convicted of rape.

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The Chancellor announced some very large figures for the NHS in the budget – but health professionals and politicians in East Anglia were still trying to work out what it would mean for services on the ground.

There is a “constant risk” that bird flu may arrive in the UK from continental Europe, although it currently remains free of the disease, experts have warned.

Historian Hugh Sebag-Montefiore, whose Battle of the Somme book has just been published as a paperback, highlights a vivid record of the Somme written by a young private in the Suffolk Regiment.

An Ipswich band from the 1990s which reformed for a one off show in April after its bass player was diagnosed with cancer is reforming for a second time for charity.

The county’s unsung community heroes were celebrated yesterday at the British Empire Medal (BEM) Investiture ceremony held by Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk.

Ipswich Town midfielder Flynn Downes has been included in the England Under 19 squad for three European Championship qualifying games during the international break.

Budget airline Ryanair will suffer a 25 million euro (£22 million) blow in the wake of its flight cancellation fiasco, but has still bolstered half-year profits by 11%.

Thousands raised a stein and yelled a collective ‘prost!’ in celebration of Oktoberfest.

Costa Coffee owner Whitbread is hoping the so called “third wave” of coffee consumption will help it bounce back from slowing sales in its coffee shops.

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Daniel Farke has warned Norwich City they will have to fight fire with fire to match ‘aggressive’ Ipswich Town in Sunday’s Championship derby.

Kettle Foods UK managing director Ashley Hicks said while the group would continue to fry potato crisps in Norfolk for the UK market, if tariffs made it unviable to distribute from Norwich to Europe he would consider the move.

Last Saturday marked the 13th anniversary of Parkrun, a running fever that has swept the country and has been going from strength-to-strength in Suffolk and Essex.

A family who fell in love with Suffolk are leaving the county “heartbroken” because they feel threatened after the Brexit vote.

Archaeologists are unearthing the secrets of our past, before a modern engineering feat arrives to change the future.

East Anglian darts rivals Peter Wright and Mervyn King will battle it out for a place in the quarter-finals of the World Grand Prix in Dublin tonight, writes Alex Moss.

The outstanding bravery of a 96-year-old Ipswich man selected to join a secret unit formed by Winston Churchill during the Second World War has been honoured by the Norwegian government.

Youngsters from non-farming backgrounds are increasingly looking at agricultural careers, says Easton and Otley College. With the skills gap and the need to train more people post-Brexit, their commitment has never been more needed. SARAH CHAMBERS reports.

Last week I wrote about samphire on Suffolk’s only island, Havergate. It got me thinking about the abundance of free foods that can be foraged, particularly at this time of year, writes Sheena Grant.

A top barrister from Suffolk has spoken out in a planning row over proposals for a multi-million pound expansion he fears may threaten the tranquillity of Constable Country.

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Some of the world’s top cyclists will do battle on the streets of Clacton today in a bid to win stage 5 of the Tour of Britain – and our team is covering it live.

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