Louise first joined BBC Radio Norfolk in the early '80s as a young news reporter, before becoming a news producer and occasional presenter.
She moved to present BBC Look East in 1987 for three years before having her two children, Clark and Grace.
Louise moved to Essex for a couple of years with her husband's job, but kept her hand in both with BBC Look East and BBC Essex.
In 1993 the family moved back to Norfolk where she began to present BBC Radio Norfolk's breakfast programme for six years - it's a record which still hasn't been broken.
Louise then spent 18 months presenting the mid-morning show, before returning to BBC Look East as a programme planner and presenter.
For the last three years Louise has been presenting Sunday Breakfast.
Although she sometimes find the early start on a Sunday a struggle, she just loves the radio and the interaction it allows with an audience and studio guests as she explores the different faiths which are represented in the county.