Nick hosts the show which gets the county talking.
BBC Radio Norfolk
After Norwich and Great Yarmouth's "Puppet Man" hit the news, your local character calls.
Thordis Fridriksson is at Sandringham to bring you live reports into the show.
Nick asks whether you ought to be allowed to leave your money to whoever you want.
Nick asks what you think the answer is when it comes to preventing road accidents.
Nick and the team join the preparations for this weekend's Worstead Festival.
Nick asks if you think we can afford to say no to wind and solar power.
Nick asks whether you think smoking in prison should be banned.
Nick and the team are live from King's Lynn for the latest "Pop Up Conrad" special.
Nick takes your calls on The Sun publishing controversial images of the Queen as a girl.
After North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb fails to become leader, Nick takes your thoughts.
Nick is live on the North Norfolk coast for another "Pop Up Conrad" special.
Nick asks whether or not you think it should be harder to go on strike.
Nick takes your calls on the issue of pay equality at work.
Updates from explosion on an industrial estate at Hellesdon which happened this morning.
Nick asks if you think the new Foreign Office advice means that the terrorists have won.
Nick takes your views on yesterday's budget.
Head of criticised academy school chain says Norwich South MP should 'stop lying'.
Nick asks for your reflections, 10 years on from the July 7th 2005 attacks.
Nick asks for your views on the Greek debt situation, after their referendum yesterday.
Ahead of the royal Christening in West Norfolk this weekend, Nick asks your opinion.
Nick is live from the BBC Radio Norfolk stage on stand 260 at the showground.
Your calls on a Norfolk MP's thoughts that children's TV needs more gay characters.