Graham Barnard sits in, with the latest on the crunch incinerator meeting at County Hall.
BBC Radio Norfolk
The future of one of the county's most important industries has been under debate.
Reaction to the Norwich North MP's much-criticised appearance on the BBC's Newsnight.
Matthew hears how the North Norfolk MP has been testifying at the Leveson Inquiry.
Matthew hears how the county has marked the beginning of Armed Forces Week.
Speaking at a school in Costessey, the education secreary defended his proposed overhauls.
The Food Standards Agency says it has no concerns about shellfish harvested from the Wash.
Matthew hears how a man had to be lifted to safety after falling from a church tower.
Matthew hears of another development with the proposed incinerator in West Norfolk.
Lib Dem county councillors want the council's plans for a former air base to be reviewed.
Matthew reports on the naming of Norwich's now famous peregrine falcon chicks.
Matthew hears how landfill waste could be turned into building materials in West Norfolk.
Matthew hears how ex-Norwich star Zak Whitbread has avoided a ban at Norwich Magistrates.
Graham Barnard reports live from a special garden party at Sandringham.
Matthew hears news of a rise in guide dogs being attacked by other dogs.
Paul Hayes sits in, with news of how high winds have hit the county.
Graham Barnard sits in, with Rob Butler also in the studio for a special Canary Call.
Graham Barnard sits in and hears about plans to revitalise the Reedcutters pub in Cantley.
Mark Matthews sits in, and hears from Norwich Chief Executive David McNally on Grant Holt.