Stephen meets Dereham's Calendar Girls.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Stephen chats to 80s band The Look.
Stephen chats to children's TV legends The Chuckle Brothers.
Stephen chats to Norwich playwright Chris Joby about his new play on Robert Kett.
Stephen chats to rapper Franko Fraize about his latest release.
Stephen hears about the Live Aid-inspired Norfolk charity event that's still going strong.
Stephen speaks to local band Enigma, live in the studio.
Stephen is joined by a band who claim to play "disco sci-fi folk pop".
Stephen chats to Britain's Got Talent finalist Sam Kelly about his new EP.
Stephen has the latest on Comic Relief from a burger challenge to standup comedy.
Stephen hears about a new production of the Roald Dahl classic coming to Norwich.
Stephen has live music from Suffolk/Australian group Russel Swallow and The Wolf.
Stephen chats to the Kit and the Widow star about his adaptation of The Magic Flute.
Stephen hears about a new stage production of The Vicar of Dibley.
Stephen and Thordis chat to John and Carole Barrowman about their latest children's book.
Stephen hears how the legend of King Arthur is getting a twist with music by Britten.
Stephen chats to Sally Geeson, star of 70s sitcom Bless This House.
Stephen meets stars of The Ladykillers, Michele Dotrice and Clive Mantle.
Thordis Fridriksson sits-in, joined by local author DJ Taylor to preview the festival.
Stephen hosts Norfolk's top entertainment show.