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11 Suffolk care homes have their contracts suspended.

3 hours
First broadcast:
Monday 25 June 2012

Eleven of Suffolk's care homes have had their contracts suspended because of concerns over care quality. The issue is being discussed by Suffolk County Council's scrutiny committee later this week. Foz speaks to the council's Cathy Craig.

Asbestos is being removed from the flood wall at Southwold Harbour's Buss Creek. The Environment Agency's Matthew Philpott tells Foz that the risk to the public is extremely small.

An artist's impression of what Felixstowe Pier could look like has been unveiled. Plans for a 15 million pound redevelopment of the landmark have been submited to Suffolk Coastal Council by its owner Pier Amusements. Foz finds out more from lead designer and project manager Hayden Evans.

A documentary celebrating the UK's oldest working cinema is being screened in Suffolk soon. The film is called The Last Projectionist and its showing at the Leiston Film Theatre from this Sunday July 1st. Foz speaks to Tom Lawes, the owner of the very cinema in question.

In the music hour after 6pm, Foz marks Tim Finn's 60th birthday with a triple shot from Split Enz. The spotlight also falls on Backwater Records in Ipswich.


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