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Stephen hears about the East Norfolk Operatic Society's latest production.
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Stephen chats to Gareth Calway about his new play Tom and Harry.
Thordis Fridriksson sits-in, hearing about the Wayland Players' production of Ladies' Day.
Thordis Fridriksson sits-in, and meets the local author behind movie "The Look of Love".
Stephen chats to The Voice 2012 winner about her new single.
Stephen chats to local author Pete Goodrum about cartoons from Pugwash to Southpark.
Stephen catches up with the former Formula 1 presenter.
Stephen chats to rappers Shaodow and Zuby ahead of their gig in Norwich.
Stephen chats to Norfolk author Judy Fairbairns.
Stephen hears about a football team made up of refugees from around the world.
Stephen chats to the Cromer and Sheringham Operatic and Dramatic Society about their show.
Stephen flicks through the latest edition of Let's Talk with editor Neil Haverson.
The Reduced Shakespeare Theatre Company is in the studio!
Stephen looks ahead to this weekend's Vinyl Countdown charity sale.
Stephen chats to stars of 80s TV and radio, The Grumbleweeds.
Stephen hears from Triorca's rehearsals ahead of their UK debut.
Stephen hears about the North Norfolk Chamber Opera's latest production.
Stephen Bumfrey has the best tunes from 1955-1959 for One Foot in the Groove.
Stephen chats to rock band Hawkwind.
Stephen catches up with Norfolk band Walkway, who've supported The Darkness.
Stephen hears about a forthcoming dance event at the University of East Anglia in Norwich.
Stephen has the top disco tunes to get you dancing on Bank Holiday Monday.