When should children start school for the first time? And how to win at competitions.
BBC Radio Suffolk
Rob Dunger sits in with music, features, interviews, interactive radio and much more.
Christmas decorations are on sale in Suffolk. And the latest Treehouse Appeal total.
Who has more fun, the 18-30s or the over 50s? And how much rain has fallen on Suffolk.
Early babies, campaign against road signs, charity helping children with brain tumours.
Is classical music just for the elite? Suffolk students reveal their GCSE results.
School uniform. Is trauma counselling necessary. Dad time on offer.
Is climate change our fault? The importance of dozing and who or what's inspired you?
With music, features, interviews, interactive radio and much, much more.
Highways Agency addresses A14 concerns, gap years and should families holiday together?
James asks should travellers be forced onto official sites or allowed to camp anywhere.
News of stolen bikes given to ex-offenders and how do you choose what charity to give to?
Mark Matthews sits in for James. Have carnivals had their day? Treehouse Appeal update.
Mark Matthews sits in for James with reports from the Lowestoft Seafront Air Festival.
BBC's Director of News, Helen Boaden, and we ask is the traditional newspaper dying?
Founder member of Level 42 chats about his life and career ahead of his visit to Ipswich.
Find out how much the De-clutter raised and how's life three years into the credit crunch?
A one-off special live from 'The Big De-Clutter' at Trinity Park in Ipswich.
Is there enough encouragement to get us swimming? Also, more on post office closures.
Nik Kershaw finds out why Â£3m is needed for a brand new children's hospice in Ipswich.
Mums-to-be putting babies at risk and council tenants may lose the right to stay in homes.