Would you care if your church closed? Reaction to Pink's concert in Ipswich last night.
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Luke Deal for James. A group of dad's getting support from EACH talk about their lives.
Luke Deal is covering for James. Local doctors using new technology to diagnose patients.
Uniting Ipswich's Waterfront and town centre, and a look at mixing disability with comedy.
The truth behind special offers, Bobby G from Bucks Fizz, safe driving in hayfever season.
With music, features, interviews, interactive radio and much, much more.
Budget news as it breaks, how to bid for the final Ashes to Ashes script this summer.
Dissatisfaction with GP waiting times, technology help, supporting our armed forces.
James speaks to a gay man about growing up in Suffolk, treehouse total revealed.
Proposals to cut cold weather payments to pensioners abroad, how green are you?
The inspirational story of a man's life probably saved by a hospital error.
Policing in Suffolk - the Chief Constable is in the studio answering your questions.
How the BP oil spill is affecting you, celebrating young dads, red tractor mark celebrates
Has the Treehouse Appeal managed to reach the magical half a million milestone?
Award-winning musician Rick Astley chats to James ahead of his appearance in Ipswich.
Luke Deal sits in. Music, features, interviews, interactive radio and much, much more.
How well do you get on with the people next door, watching the world cup online at work.
Be a volunteer and make a difference, losing your holiday suitcase, girls talk.
Should guns be banned for private use, EACH family, James and Sal volunteer.
The former newsreader talks openly and honestly about losing his wife to dementia.
Changing service provider, volunteers week, daring to raise money for the new hospice.