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Stephen hears how the Variety of Life show at Gorleston Pavilion is after some new acts.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Stephen chats to Norwich's intrepid storm-chasing weathermen Chris Bell and Dan Holley.
Stephen hears about some of the creative endeavours of Norfolk's colleges.
Stephen meets local writer Angela Hobday, to talk about her new novel for teens.
Three hours of top music in One Foot in the Gravy.
Stephen hears about Somewhere To, a project to help young people to do what they love.
Stephen speaks to local author Richard Pierce about his book on Scott of the Antarctic.
Stephen hears about a new Alan Ayckbourn production at Norwich's Maddermarket Theatre.
Stephen speaks to country singer Suzy Bogguss about her upcoming gig in Norfolk.
Norfolk singer Toni Warne tells Stephen about the end of her run on BBC One's The Voice.
Stephen hears about an exhibition of rather special violins in Norwich.
Stephen hears about a musical journey from Norwich to London.
Stephen looks ahead to what will be on offer at this year's Dereham Festival.
Arts development charity Seachange Arts is bringing the carnival to Great Yarmouth.
Thordis Fridriksson sits in, and chats to TV legend Phillip Schofield.
The Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2012 is in full swing.
Stephen hears about a brand new play being premiered at the King's Lynn Arts Centre.
Stephen hears about a theatre course in Aylsham.
Stephen catches up with the local choir which features a familiar BBC Radio Norfolk voice!
Stephen plays hits and recalls local headlines from this week in '76 and '91.
Stephen hears about the famous Scottish musical duo's latest project.
All the county's arts and entertainment news, plus One Foot in the Groove.
Stephen chats to Chris Wiltshire, the Norfolk woman who's Jimmy Tarbuck's tour manager.
Stephen hears the latest news from one of Norfolk's more intimate venues.