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Mark Murphy was shocked to discover that 1 in 5 young Brits have never had a full English. What is holding them back?

Will you be unmasked as the pub quiz genius? Or will you turn out to be far less successful than you and everyone else was hoping?

Whatever happens at the so-called Sandringham Summit, the whole Harry and Meghan episode is putting pressure on the concept of Royalty altogether, says Liz Nice

It's our first Friday pub quiz of the year. How will you do?

Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have announced they wish to step down as "senior" royals. What on earth is going on? Our columnist, monarchist and royal watcher JAMES MARSTON is appalled at this latest development.

Imagine a holiday where you can actually do some good at the same time. It might seem a bit cold to think about glamping right now - or is it? James Clark reports.

After her Debenhams experience, and now a not terribly relaxing experience trying to change her Sky TV package, Liz Nice wonders if customers are losing the battle to be treated with any thought at all...

Liz Nice had a heck of a job trying to exchange some clothes in Debenhams for the same items in a different size. Surely that's not the way to treat a customer, is it?

Tamara Unwin and Susanna Rendell are part of a true family business - Stoke By Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa and also the fruit farms out of which grew Copella Fruit Juices. Here they share their love of East Anglia, as well as a few stories of their adventures in business

The Very Reverend Joe Hawes, Dean of St Edmundsbury since July 2018, was called to ordained ministry after his university studies. Serving the church in both affluent and acutely deprived parishes in London, he spent fifteen years as Vicar of Fulham working closely with colleagues and a large team of volunteers to deepen links with the community. He was also a trustee of the Fulham Palace Trust, former home of the Bishops of London. All this has prepared him for the role of senior priest with oversight of the spiritual and administrative life of Suffolk's Cathedral. Here Joe talks to Gina Long.

The Very Reverend Joe Hawes, Dean of St Edmundsbury since July 2018, was called to ordained ministry after his university studies. Serving the church in both affluent and acutely deprived parishes in London, he spent fifteen years as Vicar of Fulham working closely with colleagues and a large team of volunteers to deepen links with the community. He was also a trustee of the Fulham Palace Trust, former home of the Bishops of London. All this has prepared him for the role of senior priest with oversight of the spiritual and administrative life of Suffolk's Cathedral. Here Joe talks to Gina Long.

How is your Christmas songs knowledge? Test it here...

Yes, we're getting in the Christmas mood with a Christmassy quiz (we can't promise it will be the last!)

James Marston says incidents like the one on London Bridge on Friday are a moment to reflect on forgiveness

All the questions this week are themed around the colour black. Will you be laden with bargains or royally ripped off this week?

Whatever you think of the Royals, try watching The Crown without weeping. It's not possible, says Liz Nice

You're a celebrity but you're not getting out of here until you've done the quiz

Fashionista Anna Park started her clothing retail empire ANNA in 1993 and now has six stores across East Anglia and London. Anna was born in Fordham, schooled in Suffolk and has a home in Burnham Market. She launched her own collection 'Primrose Park London' in 2014 which she wholesales to over 100 stores across the UK, Scandinavia, and Australia, making Anna one of the most successful retailers in the country. Anna, whose latest store is in Abbeygate Street, Bury St Edmunds, talks to Gina Long.

Prince Andrew's interview was extraordinarily unwise, says Liz Nice, but you have to feel a bit sorry for a man so lacking in self awareness that he appeared not to have even the slightest inkling of this...

Rollerbury, Everard's and Brasilia's - names you will hold dearly if you grew up in Bury St Edmunds during a certain era.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is on this week - so will you be given the keys to the factory or stuck in a tube like Augustus Gloop?

Sue Bayliss helps a reader who is about to be torn in two this Christmas

We're all for gender equality, but getting a female James Bond is not the way to do it...

Some strange knowledge is needed this week - but we're confident you have Superman qualities

Much loved brand Mothercare is calling in the administrators. However, Liz Nice is not surprised...

As the centenary anniversary approaches of the first flight from London to Cape Town, third-generation Suffolk and Norfolk Farmer, Giles Abrey will tomorrow embark on a lifetime ambition. He will be taking to the skies, visiting 13 countries, in a home-built aircraft G-GAST, flying 7,200 miles on an epic 5-week Solo Charity Flight from London to Cape Town, which has been 12 years in the making. He tells Gina Long MBE how he was inspired by the courage of the 1930s aviators.

It's a Bonfire Night inspired quiz. Will you be an explosive rocket or a damp squib?

Liz Nice says fans of both East Anglian teams will be much happier once the natural order of things has been restored...

Jason Carter is the man behind the re-birth of Suffolk based streetwear brand HOAX. With a recent move to new premises in Ipswich now complete, work is now starting to turn the space into a brand HQ. Jason, along with his team of young, up and coming talent, has high hopes for the future direction of the brand. The more recent introduction of Hoax Live Sessions has seen the brand putting on live music events and recently completing a 6 stop UK tour. Here he talks to Gina Long MBE

Mark Murphy suggests we use the extra hour in bed to check our cars - why don't we do that these days?, he wonders

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