The man from Canary Call and The Scrimmage is let loose with his own one-off show.
The story of the Norwich band who were one of the top local acts of the late 1960s.
Vikki Irwin travels back to the Normandy beaches with local veterans of D-Day.
Thordis Fridriksson investigates the one-million-year-old footprints found at Happisburgh.
From Puppy Love to Young Love, you'll love this Donny Osmond special.
The story of the famous Christmas Truce of 1914, during the First World War.
The annual edition of our comedy panel show, recorded at Hunstanton's Princess Theatre.
Music and readings from the EDP Festival of Carols at St Andrew's Hall in Norwich.
Jim Cassidy presents a special programme looking at the county's part in the Great War.
David Webster presents a round-up of the show, as this year's event comes to an end.
Rob Bonnet presents a documentary telling the story of Senna's early career in Norfolk.
A special documentary marking the 50th anniversary of the offshore pirate radio stations.
Radio Caroline's Colin Berry brings our live programmes for Pirate Radio Day to a close.
Norwich's "Tatty" Tom Edwards relives his days on Radio City and Radio Caroline.
Our own Norfolk pirate, who was on Radio Caroline in the 1960s, the 1970s and the 1980s.
Radio Caroline veteran Ray Clark sits-in to kick-off our special Pirate Radio Day.
Nicky Price brings you a special preview of our local athletes to watch at Glasgow 2014.
Keith Greentree brings you a British country music special.
The famous singer discusses her life, career, relationships and her faith.
A new edition of our comedy panel game, recorded at the Pavilion Theatre in Cromer.
Chris Bailey presents a concert of favourite Christmas carols, recorded in Norwich.
Marking 50 years of Doctor Who, with Norfolk people's stories of their links to the show.
Live from The Walks in King's Lynn, a special football match in aid of Children in Need.
Paul Hayes explores the links between Norfolk and the character of Sherlock Holmes.
To mark the 60th anniversary of the 1953 floods, we re-run our 1993 documentary.
Clare Worden looks at the story of First World War nurse Edith Cavell, a Norfolk heroine.
Celebrating a quarter of a century of one of Norfolk's most popular big bands.
Some famous local names recall the days of television announcers, at Anglia TV and beyond.
Celebrating Norfolk's athletes at London 2012, and the Tour of Britain's visit.
Looking back at an unforgettable summer in Norfolk, with the jubilee and the torch relay.