Farmer and preacher Alec Garrard devoted the last 20 years of his life to building the recreation of Herod's temple. The astonishing testament to his faith and skill once brought visitors from around the world to the Waveney Valley.
The glorious churches of East Anglia, as seen through the eyes of artists, are the stars of a lavish new book
Ghostland, by Edward Parnell, explores the haunts of ghouls in literature and film, the natural and unnatural world, and the horror of his own family history.
Leanne Reeve was not born when Chernobyl exploded. But when the Waveney mum heard some of its youngest victims needed help, she did not hesitate.
From pre-printing press to post-modernism, Britain has nurtured waves of wonderful writers. Rowan Mantell finds just a few of the ways they have
celebrated the country in words.
Many war video games glory in violence - but the game created by 25-year-old Henry Driver is based on a relative's real-life wartime tragedy