Tuesday 20th March 2018
20th March 2018: Anger in Lowestoft fishing industry
Nosey neighbours and fictional street signs
Nick Ahad sits in for Georgey with tales of nosey neighbours
All about Suffolk - including amputee Paul Clark who is aiming to climb Snowdon in May.
James brings you entertainment, music and fun to ease you into the afternoon.
Join Mark for breakfast as he gets Suffolk talking as well as the latest county updates.
Luke starts your day in Suffolk with music and conversation.
Bad weather damaged the coast, but it is hoped some shingle will return with spring tides
All about Suffolk - including Jane Bastow talking about how her garden changed her life.
Jane Bastow who's life was changed when she moved to her Suffolk garden.
The East of England Co-Op's Minnie Moll is Lesley's guest.
Suffolk darts player Deller tells Stephen Foster about working with Bowen.
Paul Spraggons wants to raise awareness of Prostate cancer after his dad died.
John Massey is planning a fundraising walk across India.
One caller rang more than 500 times in a year
Drivers swerving to avoid the holes almost hit buses
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