Fifty years ago – on August 11 1968 – the very last British Railways steam service ran, an excursion around the north west of England, but East Anglia featured large in the postscript to this big event.
It was half a century ago that Bury St Edmunds photographer Tom Murray was asked to drive another snapper to a Beatles photoshoot – now 50 years on he will see one of his images of the Fab Four made into a bronze statue.
For three years, Steven Roberts brought the sensitive soul George to life in the prime-time soap hit Hollyoaks. As he prepares to take on roles in two very different stage productions this year, Steven reflects on the impact George had in highlighting homelessness and cutting prejudice.
England beat Sweden 2-0 in their World Cup quarter-final yesterday afternoon. STUART WATSON spoke to former Three Lions and Ipswich Town skipper Mick Mills, who thinks the Three Lions can go all the way.
On first viewing, Channel 4’s new sitcom set in a lettings agency is definitely interesting, and I’ll be back for a second viewing, even if it does remind me of traumatic renting experiences of the past.
Mind master Derren Brown learned to espresso himself in a whole new way when he gave making coffee another shot at a Norwich cafe and roastery which he always makes a point of visiting when he’s in the city.