Start the day with the man with the Ugly Mug.
BBC Radio Suffolk
James Hazell sits in eith music, features, interactive radio and general fun.
Suffolk's Chief Constable on anti-social behaviour. Plus the pressures of being a carer.
The date for the digital switchover in Suffolk is announced. Plus athlete Helen Decker.
A Suffolk teenager's knife crime campaign and the Suffolk MPs against bank closures.
Would you be willing to fly the Suffolk flag? And hopes for a high school in Saxmundham.
The UK's most prestigious cycling race, the Tour of Britain, comes to Suffolk.
Suffolk County Council outlines budget cuts and the Pope arrives in the UK.
A Suffolk pre-school counts the cost of vandalism and tips for mobility scooter owners.
OFSTED wants better SEN provision for pupils who need it. Plus Suffolk's wild weather.
Suffolk's newest learning centre opens its doors and a look back at Harvest at Jimmy's.
With music, features, interactive radio and general fun.
Does Felixstowe need a rebrand? Plus how will Suffolk cope with the coming spending cuts?
The number of empty shops in Suffolk's town centres and what should we call older people?
Young people's attitudes to alcohol and Suffolk remembers the Blitz.
We report from the refurbished library in Bury St Edmunds as it reopens its doors.
James Hazell sits in with music, features, interactive radio and general fun.
Environment Minister Richard Benyon, visits Suffolk. Plus the latest on Kiln Meadow.
Suffolk police deal with complaints and Heart FM stops broadcasting from Ipswich.
Reaction to Tony Blair's autobiography plus how to deal with door-to-door traders.