BBC Radio Norfolk joins BBC Radio 5 live.
Wally Webb brings you the very early breakfast show for the East of England.
Matthew Gudgin sits in, as an investigation starts after a car is hit by a train.
Nick hears whether you would want a say in the punishment if you'd been a victim of crime.
Stephen catches up with the latest from the music and arts festival Latitude.
Paul Hayes sits in, with the county council close to purchasing the RAF Coltishall site.
Richard Hancock presents a round-up of the local sport, including Cromer boxer Liam Walsh.
A look at Norfolk's cricketing scene.
A look at the new music scene in the county and beyond.
Antonia Brickell sits in with evening entertainment. Call in on 0845 30 50 007.
Late night music with the mystery year and Fab 5. Call 0845 30 50 007.
Saturday 14 July 2012