Thordis Fridriksson sits-in, and learns about Norwich Castle Museum's latest exhibition.
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Thordis sits in. She finds out how you can look back at archive films of the 1953 floods.
Thordis sits in and hears how young people can be in the choir for Joseph in King's Lynn.
Thordis Fridriksson sits in. She finds out what's coming up at The Westacre Theatre.
Stephen meets Norfolk actor Joseph Chance who's acting with the Propeller Theatre company.
Stephen chats to star of The One Show and Stargazing Live, Mark Thompson.
Stephen chats to local beatboxer Differential.
Stephen is joined by the Caribbean music star who breeds miniature horses in Norfolk!
Thordis chats to local band The Sharps, who release their new EP today.
Stephen keeps you updated and entertained as the snow continues to bring disruption.
Stephen and broadcaster Pete Goodrum look back at 1963.
Stephen hears about an exhibition in Norwich by photographers with visual impairments.
Stephen keeps the county updated as snow sweeps across Norfolk.
Stephen hears about a new exhibition featuring over 200 unfinished projects.
Stephen chats to star of Doc Martin, Louise Jameson, who's bringing her show to Norfolk.
Stephen chats to Graham Cole and Tony Scannell, stars of a new film shot in Norfolk.
Stephen hosts some live music from local band Matchbox Heroes.
Stephen chats to local author Tom Benn, who's just released a new book 'Chamber Music'.
News of a film being shown at The Forum in Norwich celebrating the county's music scene.
Stephen speaks to the legendary illustrator, whose work is now being exhibited in Diss.
Stephen speaks to the man behind a new book comparing photos of the town over the decades.
Stephen meets local writer Mike Mosley, who's written a book on football's top derbies.