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James finds out why doctors are urging people to take up the flu jab.
Graham Barnard sits in as he gets Suffolk talking as well as the latest county updates.
Luke starts your day in Suffolk with music and conversation.
Wayne Bavin sits in for Foz and hears about the success of Screen Suffolk.
Thordis Fridriksson sits in. From farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
James brings you entertainment, music and fun to ease you into the afternoon.
Jo Cresdee talks about her 100k run and about Suffolk Babies, a not for profit company.
The Director General of the BBC, Lord Hall, sits briefly on Lesley's Sofa.
Melanie Lesser, Bury in Bloom co-ordinator, tells Wayne Bavin about their awards.
Andy Shilliday from Highways England tells Foz work starts on Monday at 9pm.
Dozens of drivers are caught out by the closure of London Road South.
Charles Garland is touring theatres with Alfie his dog in Once Upon a Labrador.
Ipswich-born Sir Trevor pays tribute to Bury St Edmunds' Sir Peter.
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