About Radio Norfolk
What is BBC Radio Norfolk?
BBC Radio Norfolk is the BBC's local radio station covering the county of Norfolk. It broadcasts a mix of local news, information, debate and entertainment, reflecting life in the county of Norfolk.
What is the remit of BBC Radio Norfolk?
The station offers a range of news and information about the county along with national and international news. The programmes range from an all speech weekday breakfast show through to an afternoon mix of music and local arts and entertainment guests.BBC Radio Norfolk reflects local sport through football commentaries and reports on a range of Norfolk's sporting activities. If it's happening in Norfolk you're bound to hear about it on one of our programmes.Although most of its listeners are over 55, the stations aims to appeal to anyone who is interested in Norfolk. There is more information about the remit of local radio here.If you wish to comment further on the remit of BBC local radio, you can contact BBC Feedback or BBC Complaints.
History of BBC Radio Norfolk
BBC Radio Norfolk was launched at 5.55pm on September 11 1980. It was the first BBC local radio station to launch in East Anglia, and its motto of being "your new neighbour" seemed to live up to its claim, as it wasn't long before the station developed a large and loyal following which it still enjoys.It was perhaps the novelty of being the first local radio station in Norfolk which captured the county's imagination, together with a group of presenters who soon became - and in many cases still are - household names.Some of the original launch team are still working at the station today. A rich vein of Norfolk humour and a strong sense of entertainment has always been part of the station's appeal.As well as "your new neighbour", the station's other mottos over the years - "the talk of the county" and "be part of it" - neatly sum up what the station is all about.The style and sound of the station has changed over the years, but Norfolk remains at the heart of all we do. John Mountford was the first voice heard on air, and other presenters still synonymous with the sation include Keith Skipper, Rob Bonnet, the late great Roy Waller and the late John Mills.
How to Listen
East Norfolk and north Suffolk: 95.1FM, 855MW and DAB digtial radio.
West Norfolk: 104.4FM, 873MW.
North Norfolk: 95.6FM.
Listen online too via bbc.co.uk/radionorfolk.
Breaking news, story ideas or general enquiries:
Main switchboard: 0800 389 7321
News desk: 01603 614346
Fax: 01603 284488
Minicom: 01603 632242
To submit a "what's on" to be read out on-air, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To contact the team on-air, please telephone:
Studio: 0800 389 7321
Text: 81333 and start the message with "Norfolk". You will be charged at your standard message rate.
To contact BBC Radio Norfolk by post:
BBC Radio Norfolk