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Lord Risby comments on the Queen's Diamond Jubilee speech

The Queen has addressed both Houses of Parliament as part of her Diamond Jubilee. The former West Suffolk MP Lord Risby tells Foz what happened when he was taken through to the Royal Gallery.

Suffolk fire service says a smoke alarm may well have saved a thatched roof from being destroyed in a fire at a cottage in Bardwell. Our west Suffolk producer Philippa Taylor reports.

BT's general manager for cable theft, Luke Beeson, tells Foz most of Eyke should be back on the phone by tomorrow night. Around 400 customers reported faults after thieves made off with over 4,000ft of underground cable in the early hours of Friday.

In the first hour Foz catches up with Suffolk soul singer Simon Chiverton who'll soon be back on stage at the Ipswich Regent.

We'll also be finding out a bit more about the Eurovision grannies who are representing Russia in the song contest this year.

In the music hour after 6pm: two tracks back-to-back from Paul Weller, a chat with Michele Stodart from The Magic Numbers and Canada's David Celia In Session.

3 hours

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Tue 20 Mar 2012 16:00
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