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 and finds out about how dementia care is provided in Norfolk.
Nick asks if business owners should keep their personal opinions to themselves.
Mark Matthews sits-in, and hears the latest from local band Eyes.
Karen Buchanan sits in, as the health secretary visits a new acute dementia unit.
A preview of the weekend's sports action, including City manager Chris Hughton on Arsenal.
The local non-league scene, including a preview of Lowestoft in FA Cup qualifying.
A look at the new music scene in the county and beyond.
Sue brings you evening entertainment and great music. Call in on 0845 30 50 007.
Late night music with the mystery year and Fab 5. Call 0845 30 50 007.
Saturday 20 October 2012