Graham Barnard sits in, as speculation rises about Paul Lambert's future at Norwich City.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Graham Barnard sits in, as plans for wind turbines near Great Yarmouth are rejected.
Graham Barnard sits in, as a local hospital builds smoking shelters on its grounds.
Graham Barnard sits in, and hears why a woman can no longer be buried next to her mother.
Chris brings you the latest news on the loss of over 100 jobs at the Cromer Crab Company.
Chris hears how some Norfolk businesses are now looking to the Far East to boost trade.
Chris looks at the problems caused by short-term loans with large interest rates.
Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy tells Chris about his call-up to England's Euro 2012 squad.
Chris speaks live to Grant Holt's agent Lee Payne on the striker's transfer request.
Chris hears how a Norfolk farm is helping in the fight against Alzheimer's disease.
MPs will meet again today with rail bosses to discuss how to improve Norfolk's trains.
Part of Yarmouth has the third-highest Jobseekers Allowance claimants in the country.
Nicky Price sits in and hears how heroin addiction in the county is being fought.
Chris hears about the problems caused in Norfolk by the rising price of milk.
Chris finds out how businesses in Norfolk are getting ready for the Diamond Jubilee.
Chris finds out about some Norfolk police officers who are protesting in London today.
Nicky Price sits in and finds about young women from Norfolk with liver disease.
Nicky Price sits in and looks at changes to tax rules that could affect amusement arcades.
After elections in Norwich and Yarmouth, Chris looks at how the political map now stands.
Chris hears how 14 of Norfolk's beaches have made it into the Good Beach Guide.
Chris looks at whether the cost of funerals is becoming too high for those left behind.
How the county's public services are struggling to cope with cuts.