BBC Radio Norfolk joins BBC Radio 5 live.
Wally Webb brings you the very early breakfast show for the East of England.
Chris looks at plans to move some businesses in Great Yarmouth to form an energy park.
Louise Priest sits in and asks for your solutions to tackle flytipping.
Stephen chats to Ben Elton about his new book 'Two Brothers'.
Norfolk sees a 15% turnout in the PCC election, as voting goes to a second round.
Norfolk boxer Liam Walsh discusses the devastating cancellation of his title fight.
Non-league football in Norfolk, with Mark Vincent's 750th appearance for the Bloaters.
Sophie Little presents Norfolk's new and unsigned music acts, with Tiger MCs playing live.
A Children in Need night special with Sue Marchant and choirs from across the East.
Late night music with the mystery year and Fab 5. Call 0845 30 50 007.
Saturday 17 November 2012