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January 25 2015 Latest news:
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Ahead of his visit to Norwich, rapper Professor Green talks about his music and his marriage to the confectionery heir Millie Mackintosh.
Don’t despair at the thought of hosting a party, with these simple but stylish canapes from our food writer Mary Kemp.
With award-winning chef Daniel Smith at its helm, The Ingham Swan is a must-visit restaurant on Norfolk’s culinary map, writes Rachel Buller.
Fill up your feeders, station yourself at the kitchen window and have your binoculars at the ready, the Big Garden Birdwatch comes to Norfolk, as Rupert Masefield from the RSPB in Norwich reports.
Need a little seasonal tonic, a chance to escape the chaos of Christmas planning? Treat yourself to some time out with these 31 cool ideas for a cold winter’s day from Visit North Norfolk.
Norfolk entrepreneur Rory Sexton was barely out of his teens when he launched a car hire business. Now his success stretches across Europe, as Rowan Mantell explains.
Roger Rowe of the Norfolk and Norwich Music Club which promotes an annual series of classical chamber music concerts, and will be hosting a Chamber Music Weekend.
Plant specialist Keith Clouting from Taverham Nursery Centre brings you his guide to getting the best out of your garden.
Andy Rudd, chef patron at Stoke Mill in Stoke Holy Cross, winner of the Best Restaurant award sponsored by Swank Interiors, shares his own special recipe for cooking the tastiest Christmas turkey.
Chef Chris Coubrough was given this year’s Outstanding Achievement Award, sponsored by Hansells Solicitors and Financial Advisers. As proprietor of three hotels, Christmas is a busy time for Chris and his team – buts also very special for his family as they go back to their Kiwi roots.
His straight-talking and empathy has won him a legion of fans on BBC Radio Norfolk. As he prepares to enjoy his first Christmas with his baby daughter, Nick Conrad tells Rachel Buller why becoming a dad has given him new focus.
The past two years have seen some great successes for Jackie Kennedy, owner of the award-winning Marsh Pig Charcuterie at Claxton Corner.
A determined group of Acle students with lots to offer has travelled to Tanzania to help children who have so little.
The merciless comedy of E F Benson’s Mapp and Lucia novels comes to the BBC this winter. Paul Barnes reveals the Norfolk story behind the man and his work.
It is during times such as Christmas when we are entertaining that we discover how well our homes suit our needs.
Ruins loom out of a frozen Norfolk landscape, ice-encased trees claw the sky, familiar beauty spots are transformed into still, stark scenes, writes Rowan Mantell.