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Mark Murphy with some ugly mugs!

Mark Murphy with some ugly mugs!

Mark Murphy's Breakfast show

From delivering the latest on the county's news to chatting with footballing legends, Mark Murphy does it all, weekdays 0630-0930 BST and Saturday 0900-1200 BST.

Each weekday Mark and his team tackle the news stories that matter to Suffolk. If you have a story that you think everyone should hear about then email:

The show will also include Here Come The Girls and Jobs for the Boys where the team go out tackling jobs around the county. Hear how THE GIRLS got on when they went out with the lifeboats or learnt to drive an HGV; while THE BOYS picked litter on the A14 and became dinner ladies for a day.

You can see how the girls got on with their first task by clicking on the link:

BBC Suffolk's anti-litter campaign is re-launched as Don't be a Tosser 2. Can we make a difference to the county's roads, verges and lay-bys? Find out more about the campaign:

The now famous UGLY MUG makes its return. You have a chance to win one by phoning in with a correct answer to Mark's Celebrity Cornflake Conundrum competition.

On a Saturday Mark brings you a selection of chat, music, football and laughs. Each week Mark will also be looking to find a new home for one of Suffolk's unwanted pets, find out more by following the link:

If, like Mark you're up day and night on your laptop or PC, you will no doubt want to follow his progress when he is off-air too. He would welcome you as a friend in his Facebook group :

You can also follow Mark on Twitter by following this link:

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