Click of the Day
With so much going on at BBC Radio Suffolk, it's hard to pick just one highlight of the day. But, if we had to pick one clip to shout about, one which made us laugh, brought a tear to the eye or just made us sit up and take notice, it would be these:
Friday 11 September
Suffolk's newest public library is a month old and it's already attracting one of its target audiences - the youngsters.
James Hazell's show comes live from the £1.4m Gainsborough Library in Ipswich on Wednesday 16 September.
Meanwhile, BBC reporter Jon Wright went to see how the children were getting on:
Thursday 10 September
It's been a long and expensive project - but the bells of St Lawrence Church in Ipswich have been ringing out for the first time in 25 years.
The five bells are 500 years old and they've been restored and lowered inside the tower.
BBC Suffolk's Jon Wright had a sneak listen the day before the grand peal in public:
Wednesday 9 September
Sunday 12 September see's the first ever Suffolk Pride event taking place in Ipswich.
The gay festival in Christchurch Park has been co-ordinated by Gloria Wallace.
She told Lesley Dolphin how she came to terms with her sexuality later in life - and what a shock it was for her family:
Tuesday 8 September
As part of BBC Suffolk's Anything But Shh... campaign, our reporter Guy Campbell has been to Saxmundham to find out how our public libraries try and persuade children to come in.
Anyone for Tot Rock?
Monday 7 September
BBC Suffolk has launched a campaign to get more of us into our public libraries.
It's called Anything but Shhh... and is being run alongside Suffolk County Council.
Jon Wright has been in Felixstowe finding out about some of the clubs and groups that are run:
last updated: 11/09/2009 at 16:23