In her final week presenting Sunday Breakfast, Emma hears about the Jewish New Year.
Emma looks ahead to the arrival of Bradley Wiggins and company in Norfolk this afternoon.
Emma finds out why some people think foodbanks should be kept separate from faith.
Emma hears about today's truck convoy to Great Yarmouth for underprivileged children.
Nicky Barnes sits-in, and hears how a woman from Wymondham is helping Zimbabwean orphans.
Emma takes a tour of the YMCA's new £4.5 million complex of flats in Norwich.
Emma speaks to Graham Cole, former star of TV's The Bill, about his religious beliefs.
Emma hears about a festival Norfolk's pagans will soon be marking.
Emma hears about the rise in so-called "Pauper's funerals".
Emma hears how some local faith groups are joining in with this year's Pride event.
Emma speaks to the Archdeacon of Norwich for the latest from General Synod in York.
Emma finds out what a "prayer flash mob" is, and why one is happening in Norwich.
Novelist DJ Taylor and some jubilee poetry winners join Emma in the studio.
Emma hears from the Bishop of Norwich, with his view on the gay marriage debate.
The Bishop of Norwich talks about a special service in one of the county's lost villages.
Graham Barnard sits in, with a special documentary looking at the Queen's faith role.
Emma hears how your old bottle tops could help to raise funds for a local charity.
Emma explores the debate about whether the Queen should still be "Defender of the faith".
Emma hears how the double-dip recession is increasing the need for groups like food banks.
Emma hears about one Norwich church which has seen attendance grow by 30% in recent years.
Emma hears about a new initiative called Love Norwich, plus other local faith issues.
Ex-pro and football agent Lee Payne discusses the joys and difficulties of faith in sport.
Emma hears why a Norfolk church has been banned from using council premises.
Emma takes a look at the world of faith in Norfolk on Easter Sunday.
Emma hosts a special breakfast show for Good Friday.
David Whiteley sits in, and hears about the students making a pilgrimage to Norfolk.
Emma hears how some cathedrals in the UK are struggling to meet costs.
Bishop Graham James talks to Emma about the Archbishop of Canterbury standing down.
Emma hears about why the church bells in Necton are ringing out once more.
Emma hears about the charity Marriage by Design, which helps people in Norfolk.