Stephen hears about the Millennium Library in Norwich's forthcoming crime week.
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Stephen hears how the people of Burnham Market are getting all bookish.
Stephen meets The Rivers, regional finalists in the Live and Unsigned competition.
Thordis Fridriksson sits in to look ahead at the glitz and glamour of this year's Oscars.
Thordis Fridriksson sits in and chats to top wildlife cameraman Doug Allen.
Thordis Fridriksson hears about the Crude Apache Theatre Company's production of Roots.
Thordis sits in with the county's top entertainment show, and meets a local beatboxer.
Thordis sits in and speaks to Lucinda Riley, who's just launched her new book in the USA.
Great music, with the One Foot in the Groove weekend edition.
Stephen speaks to Daniel Jeanrenaud, a French singer based in Norfolk.
Stephen hears about Singing the City - a musical tour of the medieval streets of Norwich.
Stephen is joined by Epic East, Norwich's answer to One Direction.
Stephen is joined in the studio by Norfolk writer Douglas McPherson.
Stephen hears about a cabaret show to raise money for charity at the UEA in Norwich.
Jonathan Wyatt joins Stephen to celebrate his popular local band's silver anniversary.
Stephen talks to the duo Miss 600 ahead of their Norwich Arts Centre gig.
Local composer and writer Al Stokes tells Stephen about his Titanic centenary production.
Stephen hears about a forthcoming reunion for Yarmouth's 60s hotspot the Tower Nightclub.
Stephen speaks to a woman who runs three different Norfolk choirs.
Stephen hears about a film festival being launched in Wymondham on Sunday.
Alabama songsmith Tony Brooke drops in for a chat about his latest visit to Norfolk.
Stephen is joined by the creators of the music video for "Around This Town".